Includes Mass materials for some days after Easter, up to Ascension Thursday (see Index of chants).
Condition of document:
Damaged. The fragment is composed of three folios sewed together. The contents of the folios are not consecutive.
Each folio has one side almost unreadable: Ar, Bv, Cr.
The borders of each folio are irregularly trimmed with loss of contents: f. A is now almost half of its original dimension, f. B lacks part of the contents at the bottom.
Folds and wrinkles are present on each folio, on B there is a tear at the bottom, in correspondence to the Introit "Misericordia Domini".
There are many traces of humidity and dirtiness.
Library sticker on Bv. Also, there is a piece of parchment sewed on f. B, which covers part of the contents.
The text is arranged in one column. Fol. A (Angelus): 1 col. 28 rl / 28 wl — ]15<62>0[ x ]0<236-239>54-57
Fol. B (Misericordia domini): 1 col. 32 rl / 32 wl — ]20<156>37-41[ x ]20-22<260-267>3-7[
Fol. C (Viri galilei): 1 col. 32 rl / 32 wl — ]22<156-158>25[ x ]18-23<267-269>1-7[
Type of script:
Type of notation:
Very simple decoration. Plain initials alternatively in blue or red. Display script in red. Text in black. Aquitanian neumes in black ink around a red line.
Inscriptions and marks:
A modern hand added on Br two lines of text. The first line is "A-5-4-116" and seems to be an ancient shelf-mark, the second line corresponds to the fragment shelf-mark "1370".
From the same Missal as fragment C 1204 in the same archive.
Harmonies of Heaven and Earth: The music in the manuscripts of Guimarães (12th – 17th centuries), Guimarães, Museu de Alberto Sampaio, 2012. ISBN 978-989-97732-1-9