antiphonal

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Synonyms for antiphonal

bound collection of antiphons

containing or using responses

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relating to or resembling an antiphon or antiphony

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They are as follows: one book of fragments (probably 15thc); six books of sixteenth-century material for the Mass and Office, one containing a thirteenth-century bifolium as part of its binding; and three eighteenth-century monastic antiphonals.
The latest manuscripts are a group of three eighteenth-century antiphonals compiled and written for use in a nunnery of the Servants of Mary (order of Servites).
The latest manuscripts in the Fisher collection are three eighteenth-century monastic antiphonals.
Most of the entries are inevitably of liturgical books (psalters, books of hours, antiphonals, Bibles); classical authors are also generally well served.