P-G (Guimarães) Arquivo Municipal Alfredo Pimenta N 010

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Source Folio Incipit Feast Office Genre Position Cantus ID
P-G N 010 Ar [Et erat beatissim](us miles) Christi Antonini L A 2 201632
P-G N 010 Ar Dum beatus vir Antoninus loca sanctorum Antonini L A 3 201415
P-G N 010 Ar Elegerunt autem impiissimi satellites [terris] inundantis Antonini L A 4 201541
P-G N 010 Ar Corpus igitur beatissimi martiris [...] disponente duabus Antonini L A 5 200928
P-G N 010 Ar O adle[ta] Antonine qui pro Antonini L A B 200399
P-G N 010 Ar ill. In Dedicatione Eccl. V 006527za
P-G N 010 Av [Antoninus martiris santissimus gloriosum certamnis sui Antonini V2 A M 200328
P-G N 010 Av (Fundata est domus domini super verti) In Dedicatione Eccl. V A 002914
P-G N 010 Av D(omus) mea* In Dedicatione Eccl. V R 006527
P-G N 010 Av Petite* In Dedicatione Eccl. V V 01 006527a
P-G N 010 Av Urbs beata (...) In Dedicatione Eccl. V H 008405
P-G N 010 Av [Haec es]t domus [domini firmiter In Dedicatione Eccl. V W
P-G N 010 Av O quam metuendus (est locus iste In Dedicatione Eccl. V A M 004065
P-G N 010 Av (...) et (...)mus dominum qui templum istud (...) In Dedicatione Eccl. M I
P-G N 010 Av [Sanctifi]cavit dominus tabernaculum suum et In Dedicatione Eccl. M I 001161
P-G N 010 Av Tollite portas principe(s) vestras et In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 1.1 005159
P-G N 010 Av [Erit mihi] dominus in deum et In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 1.2 002672
P-G N 010 Br Cum evigilasset Iacob [a somno ait In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 1.3 002004
P-G N 010 Br Domus mea R. Domus orationis [vocabitur] In Dedicatione Eccl. M W 1. 008036
P-G N 010 Br [Erexit Jacob l]apidem in titulum In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 2.1 002665
P-G N 010 Br [Non est hic aliud] nisi domus In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 2.2 003913
P-G N 010 Br Vidit [Jacob scalam summitas ejus cae] In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 2.3 005415
P-G N 010 Br Fundata est domus domini R. Supra In Dedicatione Eccl. M W 2. a00331
P-G N 010 Br [Domus mea domus] orationis voca[bitur] In Dedicatione Eccl. M V 01 007595a
P-G N 010 Br [Aedificavit] (Moyses) altare domino deo In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 3.1 001299
P-G N 010 Br [Qui habitat in adjutorio] (altissimi) in In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 3.2 004474
P-G N 010 Br [Templum domini] sanctum est dei cultura In Dedicatione Eccl. M A 3.3 005128.1
P-G N 010 Br [Domum tuam domine decet] sanctitudo* In Dedicatione Eccl. M W 3. 008035
P-G N 010 Br In dedicatione templi de[cantabat populus ...](...) In Dedicatione Eccl. M R 1 006897
P-G N 010 Br [Obtulerunt sacrificium] super altare domino et In Dedicatione Eccl. M V 01 006897c
P-G N 010 Br Fundata est dom(us) domini supra ( In Dedicatione Eccl. M R 2 006756
P-G N 010 Bv [Reges terrae afferent gloriam] suam et In Dedicatione Eccl. M V 01 006756b
P-G N 010 Bv Benedic [domine domum] (istam) quam edificavi In Dedicatione Eccl. M R 3 006235
P-G N 010 Bv Audi domine preces qu[as fundit In Dedicatione Eccl. M V 01 006235c
P-G N 010 Bv Addu(xisti) sanctos tuos in prepatio( In Dedicatione Eccl. M R 4 006031
P-G N 010 Bv Altaria tua domine [virtutum rex meus] In Dedicatione Eccl. M V 01 006031a
P-G N 010 Bv Sanctificavit dominus tabernaculam suum [quia haec In Dedicatione Eccl. M R 5 007595
Siglum: 
P-G N 010
Shelfmark: 
N 010
Source type: 
Subcategory of book: 
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Completeness: 
Document type: 
Origin: 
Date: 
12th - 13th cent.
Contents (feasts): 
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Tradition: 
Contents: 
Chants for 'Antonini' are also found in E-Tc 44.2 fol. 171v-172r but the versions do not exactly match; for instance, the Antiphon 'Elegerunt' (Cantus ID 201541) is in 7th mode in E-Tc 44.2 while it is in 1st mode in the Portuguese fragment; besides, there are some interesting textual variants in the two versions of the Antiphon 'Athleta dei Antonine' (Cantus ID 200399); finally, while the office for Antonini in P-G N 10 ends with the Antiphon for the Magnificat for the second Vespers, E-Tc 44.2 has some extra antiphons (see fol. 172v). Chants for 'In Dedicatione Eccl.' in P-G N 10 match the office found in E-Tc 44.2 fols. 189v-190rv, except for 1) the first Invitatorium, which is 'Filiae Sion' (Cantus ID 001079) in E-Tc 44.2 while the little text one can read in the Portuguese fragment does not match any invitatorium catalogued in Cantus Index; 2) the fourth Responsory of Matins, which is 'O quam metuendus est locus' (Cantus ID 007286) in E-Tc 44.2 fol. 190v, while fragment P-G N 10 has 'Adduxisti sanctos tuos in' (Cantus ID 006031); the fifth Responsory of Matins, which is 'Mane surgens Jacob erigebat' (Cantus ID 007126) in E-Tc 44.2 while fragment P-G N 10 has 'Sanctificavit Dominus' (Cantus ID 007595).
Foliation: 
Foliation was originally written at the top of fol. B (see image 'Br detail top folded') but it is now only partially readable, one can read 'CCXX' which was possibly followed by 'V' or 'II'.
Gathering: 
Central bifolium.
Page layout: 
One full-page column. 12 or 13 text lines with musical notation.
Condition of document: 
Central bifolium currently used as book cover. Fols. Av - Br are the external cover and they are more damaged: the parchment is darker, the ink is vanished in many points, there are stains (see especially the large patch of humidity on fol. Av) and some dirtiness. The fragment has holes and wrinkles all over the surface. The borders of the bifolium were adjusted to fit the book it currently covers: the top and bottom margins are folded, the right vertical edge of fol. A was irregularly trimmed with loss of contents; there is a big tear at the bottom-right corner of fol. Ar; part of the contents of the left-vertical edge of fol. Br covers now the book spine.
Decoration: 
Neumes and text in black ink. Rubrics in red ink. Pen-flourished initials in black, red and green.
Inscriptions: 

Fol. Ar: 'A-10-?-31' is written in the bottom folded section; 'N10' (shelf-mark) is written in the same section at the left corner. Fol. Av: a later hand wrote 'Mel Slz' '1571 ... 1572' reversed with respect to the text in the bottom half of the page.

Description of the notation: 

Medium-size neumes around a red line. The axis of the notation is vertical. Custodes seem to be absent. The lozenge is used consistently both in isolation and in compound neumes (ascending and descending patterns). The difference between a lozenge and a more or less square punctum is clearly defined.

Indexing notes: 
Source description and musical index entirely revised and completed by EDL.
Completed on: 
2018-05-20