Gradual of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere

Title:
Gradual of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere
Library:
Bibliotheca Bodmeriana
Language:
Latin
City:
COLOGNY (GENèVE), Switzerland
Shelf Mark:
Cod. Bodmer 74
Alternate Names:
Das Graduale von Santa Cecilia in Trastevere (Cod. Bodmer 74) -- Graduale romanum 1071 -- Graduale C 74 -- C 74 --
Origin:
Rome, Italy.
Dimensions:
129 folios -- ca. 314x200 mm.
Date Description:
1071
Content:
Graduale mixtum, beginning at the Introit antiphon for the first Sunday in Advent and breaks off after the rubric for the Vigil of the feast of the apostles Peter and Paul -- the sanctoral is interspersed within the temporal -- note: there are gaps in the present manuscript -- folios are numbered in roman numerals --
Hand:
North Italian and Roman Caroline minuscule [Carolingian minuscule], also known as Minuscula romanesca -- rubrics mostly in Rustic Capital (Capitalis rustica) --
Illuminations:
Yes
Type of Decoration:
114 decorated initials, generally ottonian in appearance, decoration is mostly plants with some animals -- Two heavily ornamented framed full-pages using red, green and yellow: “Puer” for Christmas (fol. 11v) and “Resurrexi et” for Easter (fol. 79v) -- Easter table on the front guard page --
Musical Notation:
Yes
Call Number:
Special Collections Rare Books XLarge M 2148 .L42 1987 Bd.1-Bd.2 Non-Circulating
Commentary Volume:
Yes
Nature of Facsimile:
Phototypography; Complete, full- size, mostly monochrome reproduction of the entire manuscript, with colored reproduction of the two full-page illuminated pages --
Publication Date:
1987
Place of Publication:
Cologny-Genève, Switzerland.
Publisher:
Fondation Martin Bodmer
Printer:
Roto-Sadag, Geneva, Switzerland.
Notes:
Commentary volume by the editor, Max Lütolf -- Outline of the contents on p. 16 -- extensive indexes on pp. 65-224 --
Type of Text:
chant, gradual, liturgical, religious