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Adamus, de Sancto Victore (ca. 1110-1192)
This small-format paper manuscript from the Carthusian Monastery of Basel is mostly by the hand of the librarian Georg Carpentarius, who for the sake of daily spiritual exercises compiled prayers for various occasions, hymns, meditations and other theological texts. Among the identifiable authors are great ones such as Anselm of Canterbury and Bernard of Clairvaux, as well as lesser known names such as Basilius Phrisius. Two colored prints are glued in the covers: St. George with the dragon (front pastedown) and the Mass of St. Gregory (back pastedown).
Online Since: 12/14/2018
- Adamus, de Sancto Victore (Author) | Alantsee, Ambrosius (Author) | Albertus, Magnus (Author) | Anselm von Canterbury (Author) | Augustinus, Aurelius (Author) | Bernardus, Claraevallensis (Author) | Bonaventura, Sanctus (Author) | Carpentarii, Georgius (Scribe) | Carpentarii, Georgius (Librarian) | Cyprianus, Thascius Caecilius (Author) | Dorlandus, Petrus (Author) | Erasmus, Desiderius (Author) | Gennadius, Scholarius (Author) | Gregorius I, Papa (Author) | Hermannus, Augiensis (Author) | Heynlin, Johannes (Author) | Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius (Author) | Hugo, de Sancto Victore (Author) | Johannes, Gerson (Author) | Louber, Jakob (Librarian) | Mechthild, von Hackeborn (Author) | Paulus, Diaconus (Author) | Phrisius, Basilius (Author) | Robert I., France, Roi (Author) | Thomas, de Aquino (Author) Found in: Standard description
Tropary and Sequentiary in point-like square notation with exceptionally fine monophonic and polyphonic music from the great repertoire of the school of Notre-Dame at Paris. Written before 1250 in Western Switzerland, probably at the Cathedral of Lausanne. Probably in St. Gall by 1300.
Online Since: 05/24/2007
- Adamus, de Sancto Victore (Author) Found in: Standard description