Wolfenbüttel 1099 (1206)

Title:
Wolfenbüttel 1099 (1206)
Library:
Herzog August Bibliothek
Language:
French, Latin
City:
WOLFENBÜTTEL [WOLFENBUTTEL], Germany
Shelf Mark:
Cod. Guelf. 1099 Helmst (Heinemann no. 1206)
Alternate Names:
W2 -- Notre-Dame-Organa
Origin:
Central France
Dimensions:
253 folios -- ca. 180 x 130 mm.
Date Description:
Mid-13th century
Content:
Notre-Dame polyphony: Conductus, Organa, Responds, masses, motets in French and Latin; see pp. 7-9 for detailed contents --
Illuminations:
Yes
Type of Decoration:
Red and blue pen flourished initials, one to three lines high -- Historiated initials, rose and blue with green details, animal heads, gold leaf background: three monks read at lectern, three lines high (fol. 31r) -- four monks read at lectern, near page length (fol. 92r) -- foliate initial with same color scheme, two lines (fol. 116r) -- foliate initial, body two lines, ascender and descender an additional 5.5 lines (fol. 123r) -- single monk at lectern, 2 lines + 5.5 (fol. 145r) -- foliate initial, two lines (fol. 193r) -- foliate initial, two lines (195r) -- foliate initial, two lines (fol. 222)
Musical Notation:
Yes
Call Number:
Hesburgh Library Music Collection (2nd Floor)M 2 .P95 no. 2
Commentary Volume:
No
Nature of Facsimile:
Monochrome -- Full-size without borders, except where manuscript is trimmed
Series:
Publications of Mediaeval Musical Manuscripts, 2
Publication Date:
1960
Place of Publication:
Brooklyn, New York, NY, USA
Publisher:
Institute of Mediaeval Music
Printer:
Prestel-Verlag, Munich, Germany
Notes:
Other names: Luther Dittmer (introduction)
Bibliography:
Digital facsimile: http://diglib.hab.de/mss/1099-helmst/start.htm
Type of Text:
bilingual, chant, liturgical, polyphony, religious, vernacular