E-Mn (Madrid) MSS/13060

Description: 

This is a copy of the manuscript US-NYhsa (New York) B2916 (lastly it was Toledo 33.2) made by Francisco Santiago de Palomares and Burriel in 1752. The original manuscript was lost until the year 2001, when it was recovered by Susan Boynton, and it is now conserved at the Hispanic Society of America.
This facsimile is now conserved at Biblioteca Nacional de España and it is divided in some different parts: the liturgical one, is Martini (from f.122v), Aemiliani (from f.157) and Sanctae Mariae (from f. 179). From ff. 121r-122v it presents a facsimile of the Assumptio and Martini Offices with musical notation (Pinell, 1965).
Link to the original manuscript in SEMM: http://musicahispanica.eu/source/84980

Shelf-mark: 
MSS/13060
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See "Description" above
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cathedral
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Page layout (mm): 
320 x 220 mm
Indexed by: 

Antonio Olea Baeza

Bibliography: 

(To be completed)
Boynton, "A Lost Mozarabic Liturgical Manuscript Rediscovered: New York, Hispanic Society of America, B2916, Olim Toledo, Biblioteca Capitular, 33.2", Traditio 57 (2002), 189–215.
Boynton, "Officia sanctorum: 11th Century med.", in Hispania Vetus: Musical-Liturgical Maniscripts from Visigothic Origins to the Franco/Roman transition (9th–12th Centuries), ed. by Susana Zapke (Bilbao: Fundación BBVA, 2007), 270–71.
Boynton, Silent Music: Medieval Song and the Construction of History in Eighteenth-Century Spain. Oxford University Press (2011), 110-33.
Brockett (1968)
Fernández-Pousa (1944)
Janini (1975)
Millares (1931)
Mundó (1965)
Palomares (1752)
Pinell (1965)
Randel (1973 and 1969)

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Submitted by Antonio Olea Baeza
Post date: 18 Sep 2023 | Last update: 18 Sep 2023