Ms. Codex 713 - Catholic Church - [Collection of hymns and antiphons]
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_9|a Ms. Codex 713
2_|a Catholic Church.
10|a [Collection of hymns and antiphons] |h [manuscript].
__|a [Andenne, Belgium, |c ca. 1500-1699]
__|a 178 leaves : |b parchment and paper, col. ill., music ; |c 149 x 91 mm. bound to 158 x 96 mm.
__|a Ms. codex.
__|a Title supplied by cataloger (Zacour-Hirsch).
__|a Foliation: Parchment and paper, i (paper endleaf) + 5 (paper) + 163 (parchment) + 10 (paper) + i (paper endleaf); [vii], 1-161, [162-171]; 17th-century foliation in ink, upper right recto; some foliation lost due to trimmed edges. There may be folios or quires missing between f. 48-49 and 138-139.
__|a Script: Written in Gothic and humanistic scripts by numerous hands.
__|a Decoration: Rubricated headings, initials, and capitals; 3 coats of arms painted in color; 2 in watercolor on paper (f. ii recto, f. iii recto), and an earlier coat of arms on parchment, (f. vii recto) dated 1566.
__|a Binding: 17th- or 18th-century calf, split along spine.
__|a Origin: Written in Andenne, Belgium in the 16th and 17th centuries (Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans).
__|a Hymns, antiphons, a litany, etc. beginning with Audi Domine; including Hodie beata virgo Maria; Ave virgo stella maris; Magnificat; Adoramus te Christe; Homo quidam fecit; Exsurge domine; Parce ce domine, parce ce populo tuo; Lux perpetua; Pueri Hebreorum and others; the earliest part of the manuscript ending with Inundaverunt; all with plain chant notation. Additions in later hands (f. 136r-161r), include the Pange lingua; Anthiene de St. Roch [sic] (with music, incipit: Ave Roche); a prayer, Ora pro nobis beata pater Roche; Veni creator spiritus (without music); and an index to 88 hymns and antiphons in a 17th-century hand (f. 166-167). Also includes: Repond que l'on chante à la reception d'une nouvelle doÿenne, with plain chant notation in a 17th-century hand (f. i recto). The chants are from a chapter of secular canonesses in Andenne (chapitre noble des chanoinesses d'Andenne), but not copied in liturgical order.
__|a Latin, with a few headings in French.
1_|a Possibly originally owned by the Chapitre noble des chanoinesses d'Andenne, a community of secular, noble-born canonesses in Andenne (Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans).
1_|a Formerly owned by Robert de Mol (coat of arms dated 1566, f. vii recto) and the De Noot family (f. iii recto), both connected with Andenne (Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans).
1_|a Formerly held in the Bibliotheca Elseghemensis (late 19th- or early 20th-century bookplate, with attribution Lith. N. Heins. Gand, inside upper cover), in Elseghem or Elsegem in East Flanders, Belgium, near Ghent.
1_|a Gift of Albert C. Baugh, 1965.
4_|a Described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1965), Supplement A (1), Library Chronicle 35 (1969), |c pp. 9-10 (Ms. Latin 218).
__|a UPenn Ms. Codex 713.
__|a Access to this item is subject to staff review.
20|a Catholic Church |x Liturgy |v Texts.
_0|a Gregorian chants |v Manuscripts.
_0|a Hymns, Latin |v Early works to 1800.
_0|a Antiphons (Music) |v Early works to 1800.
_0|a Magnificat (Music) |v Early works to 1800.
_0|a Monastic and religious life of women |v Early works to 1800.
_0|a Andenne (Belgium) |x Church history.
_7|a Codices. |2 aat
_7|a Coats of arms. |2 aat
_7|a Gregorian chant. |2 aat
_7|a Prayers. |2 aat
_7|a Litanies. |2 aat
_7|a Hymnals. |2 aat
_0|a Manuscripts, Latin |y 16th century.
_0|a Manuscripts, Latin |y 17th century.
_0|a Manuscripts, Renaissance.
_0|a Manuscripts, European.
1_|a Mol, Robert de, |d 16th cent., |e former owner.
1_|a Baugh, Albert C. |q (Albert Croll), |d 1891-1981, |e former owner.
02|a Ave Roche.
__|b Rare Book & Manuscript Library |a University of Pennsylvania |e 3420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6206. |j Ms. Codex 713
41|z Facsimile |u http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/2487521
__|a DLA |b 20100108
__|a C0 |b PAULM