P-G (Guimarães) Arquivo Municipal Alfredo Pimenta N 099

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Source Folio Incipit Feast Office Genre Position
P-G N 099 Ar [Sanctus Hilarius timore nudus fidei fervorem Hilarii M V 01 601971a
P-G N 099 Ar Sanctus Hilarius timore nudus fidei fervore Hilarii M A 2.1 204509
P-G N 099 Ar Sacer sanctus Hilarius quantum pro nomine Hilarii M A 2.2 204328
P-G N 099 Ar Descen(dit in insulam eo viso) Hilarii A 2.3 201165
P-G N 099 Ar Cum (itaque sanctissimus ...) Hilarii M R 2.1 600464
P-G N 099 Ar (Qui dum ad locum pervenisset ...) Hilarii M V 01 600464a
P-G N 099 Av O beatum pontificem qui in summa Hilarii M R 2.2 601540
P-G N 099 Av [Igitur sanc]tissi[ma] anima et Hilarii M V 01 601540a
P-G N 099 Av [Quo audito vir dei sentiens] sibi Hilarii M R 2.3 601967
P-G N 099 Av [...] quam vocem Hilarii M V 01 601967a
P-G N 099 Av O quam beatissim[...] et filiam (...) esse Hilarii M A 3.1 203524
P-G N 099 Av I(nfante) duplici morte dampnato mater Hilarii M A 3.2 202540
P-G N 099 Av Ecce vita (lauda)bilis spoliavit [...] in Hilarii M A 3.3 201486
P-G N 099 Av LACUNA Hilarii
P-G N 099 Br [Posuit signum in faciem meam ut Agnetis M V 01 006436b
P-G N 099 Br A[mo Christum in cuj]us Agnetis M R 1.2 006084
P-G N 099 Br [Annu]lo suo (subarrhavit me et Agnetis M V 1.2 006084b
P-G N 099 Br Induit me dominus ciclade auro texta Agnetis M A 1. 003328
P-G N 099 Br Mel et lac ex eius ore Agnetis M A 1. 003734
P-G N 099 Br Christus circumdedit me (vernantibus a)tque Agnetis M A 1. 001790
P-G N 099 Br Specie tua et pulc* Agnetis M W 1. 008201
P-G N 099 Bv I(psi sum desponsata) cui angeli Agnetis M R 2.1 006992
P-G N 099 Bv D(extram meam et coll)um Agnetis MI V 01 006992b
P-G N 099 Bv P[ulchra facie sed pulchrior fide Agnetis M R 2.2 007452
P-G N 099 Bv [Specie tua et] (pulc)ritudine tua ( Agnetis M V 01 007452a
P-G N 099 Bv In(duit me dominus vestimento salutis Agnetis M R 2.3 006955
P-G N 099 Bv Tradidit auribus meis in[aestimabiles] margaritas Agnetis M V 01 006955b
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P-G N 099
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N 099
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13th cent.
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The fragment is now in such a poor condition that it is only the comparison with E-Tc 44.1 that allowed the identification of the liturgical feast and chants on fol. A. Indeed, the same chants found on fol. A can be found in the same liturgical order in E-Tc 44.1 for 'Hilarii'. Despite the similarity between these two sources, the comparison showed enough textual variants to suggest that the feasts were copied from different models. The chants on fol. B are usually sung for 'Agnetis' in other sources. The comparison with E-Tc 44.1 showed again some similarities but not an exact correspondence between the choice of chants in the two sources. However, chants on fol. B match the chants for 'Agnetis' in P-BRs (Braga) Arquivo da Sé Ms. 028, which is an early 16th-century Antiphoner for the Cathedral of Braga following the Aquitanian use ('Agnetis' on fols. 23v-27v http://pemdatabase.eu/source/4547). The feast 'Hilarii' is absent from P-BRs Ms. 028.
Page layout: 
Two columns per page.
Condition of document: 
Non-central bifolium fragment currently used as book cover. The external cover (fols. Ar - Bv) is in poor condition and the chants are almost unreadable.
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The office for St. Hilary of Poitiers found in this fragment is quite rare and it appears to have had a relatively small distribution. For a discussion on another Iberian fragment which contains the beginning of the same office see Kathleen E. Nelson, ‘Observations on an Early Twelfth-Century Antiphoner Fragment at Toledo’, in Concordis Modulationis Ordo Ismael Fernández de la Cuesta In Honorem, Robert Stevenson and Emilio Rey Garcia (eds.), Inter-American Music Review, 17 (2007), 17-24.

Description of the notation: 

The axis of the notation is slightly slanted to the right. Medium size neumes. Red line. Custodes. The difference between a lozenge and a more or less square punctum is not always clearly defined. A complicating factor in reading the mode of the chants is the fact that the lozenge is not used consistently. The lozenge was used either isolated or as part of a descending pattern of two or more notes on one syllable. There are two consecutive lozenges forming a clivis on fol. Br, right column, first line, over ‘me’.

Indexing notes: 
Fragment description and musical index created by Elsa De Luca.
Completed on: 
2018-05-16