Published September 30, 1982
by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
The music collections also include autograph music by James Hook, Alan Gray, C.B. Rootham, Peter Warlock and many other composers. The music manuscripts collections contain key works from various periods of music history. The oldest works date back to medieval times; the library holds medieval liturgical manuscripts that form key resources for. Fragments from an English choir book, 47 s. xiiiVxiv1 Missal from the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, 52 Paris, s. xiii to s. xiv Breviary-missal (Cluniac) of 57 Lewes Priory, s. xiii/xiv Vincent of Beauvais: Speculum 59 Historiale, s. xiv in V Cambridge University Press - Cambridge Music Manuscripts, – Edited by Iain Fenlon. The Department of Manuscripts and University Archives is home to a wide range of material, from important medieval manuscripts to collections of personal papers dating from the twentieth century. It includes scientific collections, business archives, the records of the University and political papers. Cambridge University PhD theses are also held by the department. Amongst the medieval music manuscript holdings at Cambridge University Library is a beautiful example of an early 16 th-century English choirbook, MS Nn Its large format enables several singers to stand around a lectern in order to perform the music during religious services. The music is written in a very clear black and red mensural.
Dd is the first and largest of the four Mathew Holmes lute books, copied probably Nine music manuscripts in Cambridge University Library were shown by Ian Harwood in the s to have been copied by Holmes who was Precentor and Singingman of Christ Church in Oxford from and then in Westminster Abbey in London from until his death in Four of the manuscripts, with. Manuscript collections The Near and Middle Eastern manuscripts collection covers a wide range of texts in Arabic (over codices), Hebrew (over ), Persian (over ), Syriac (around ) and Turkish (around ). There are also smaller collections in Coptic, Ethiopic, Armenian, Malay, Urdu and languages of Ancient Egypt. E.G. Browne's personal collection of around The music manuscripts used in this study are listed in the online catalogue that accompanies this book. Primary sources given in the following bibliography are cited by author where a single author is identified, and, where possible, by stationer/publisher in the case of anthologies. Corpus Christi , f. r (reduced) Cambridge University Press - Cambridge Music Manuscripts, – Edited by Iain Fenlon.
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