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Synonyms for antiphonary

bound collection of antiphons

relating to or resembling an antiphon or antiphony


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The visual relationship between the palle and the four animals in the antiphonary border adds to the overall understanding of this painted page.
Adding to the already complex reading of this antiphonary page is the significance for the Medici of the feast of the Epiphany.
This particular antiphonary, which is liturgically appropriate for the period from Epiphany to the sixth Sunday after Epiphany, would have been used in 1516 for church services between 6 and 19 January.
25, an antiphonary that includes the Offices for the Proper of the Saints from the feast of St.
Babcock, Reconstructing a Medieval Library: Fragments from Lambach (New Haven, i993), in building up a multi-faceted picture of the scriptorium and library context in which the subject of her study, the twenty-seven surviving leaves or parts of leaves of an antiphonary (copied by Gottschalk in the years around 1200), can be placed.
The liturgical analysis of the antiphonary identifies it clearly as a representative of the liturgical use that was passed down from Rheinau in northern Switzerland to St.
Another, an antiphonary, was used in the service of the Mass in the sixteenth century.
nonmonastic) Hungarian antiphonary of 303 folios in choirbook format, written in the diocese of Esztergom around 1360.
In a pattern similar to many other liturgical books, this antiphonary was prepared by one main scribe, augmented by two others, and further enlarged with additions by at least twelve other scribes, thereby demonstrating the continuous use of this codex into the early sixteenth century.
15; formerly known as the Scone Antiphonary, although it is not an Antiphonary and was probably never used at Scone).
The musical content of the antiphonary is not a principal focus of this CD-ROM.
Maitre analyzes the use of red and blue initials in the late-fifteenth-century antiphonary S [175.
On the other hand, Roesner's use of the title Le Magnus liber organi to stand for all Notre-Dame polyphony is an unjustifiable expansion of the brief but specifically focused remark in our medieval reporter's treatise that Leoninus "made [confected] a large book of organal polyphony concerning the Gradual and the Antiphonary for the enhancement of the Divine Service.
It is also unfortunate that Diamond responds to Treitler's assertion of the nonauthoritative status of tropers with the red herring of Guido's and Pseudo-Odo's complaints about singers flouting the authentic antiphonary.