Codex Sangallensis 484

Title:
Codex Sangallensis 484
Library:
Stiftsbibliothek
Language:
Latin
City:
SANKT GALLEN, Switzerland
Shelf Mark:
Codex 484
Origin:
St. Gall (= Sankt Gallen), Switzerland
Dimensions:
318 pages -- 100-103 x 80-85 mm.
Date Description:
Second quarter of the 10th century
Content:
Proper tropes (pp. 4-201) -- Ordinary chants and tropes (pp. 202-256) -- Sequence melodies (pp. 258-297) -- Ordinary chants and later additions (pp. 298-318) -- Note: later annotations, etc. -- on p. 257, a note in modern handwriting warns the reader that the sequence neumes on the following pages must be read starting at the bottom of the page, going upwards to the top of the page --
Hand:
Caroline Minuscule [Carolingian minuscule], written before Codex 381 and by the same scribe -- Rubrics and other titles in rustic capital (capitalis rustica) -- initial capitals in square capitals (capitalis quadrata) and uncial, often highlighted in red --
Illuminations:
No
Musical Notation:
Yes
Call Number:
Hesburgh Library Music Collection (2nd Floor) M 2 .S87 1996 v.1-v.2
Commentary Volume:
Yes
Nature of Facsimile:
Color, full-size, complete reproduction of the entire manuscript -- photograph of the bound codex --
Publication Date:
1996
Place of Publication:
Winterthur, Switzerland.
Publisher:
Amadeus Verlag (for the Zentralbibliothek, Zurich, Switzerland).
Printer:
Weber Repro AG, Photolithos, Schaffhausen, Switzerland.
Notes:
Production, Composition and Notengrafik: Bibliomania GMBH, Frankfurt am Main, Germany Commentary volume by Wulf Arlt and Susan Rankin
Type of Text:
chant, liturgical, religious, sequentiary, troper