Detail View: Medieval Document Collection: Noted Missal

Identifier: 
exwsms144_bk
Manuscript Identifier: 
MS 144
Title: 
Noted Missal
Incipit: 
Gloria in excelsis deo
Origin Date: 
s. XV² (ca. 1450-1499)
Origin Location: 
Germany
Description: 
Fifteenth-century, German missal with the Gloria, prayers to be said by the priest at the altar along with the Creed, portions of the Temporal, and votive masses to the Virgin and Cross.
Provenance: 
Written in the second half of the 15th century, probably in Germany. On rear paste-down: “52 Pages” and “414-3343” in pencil Purchased by Special Collections, Waldo Library from the Mackus Company, Akron, Ohio, June, 2008.
Explicit: 
Te igitur et.
Secundo Folio: 
ria(m) sa(n)ctificans
Extent: 
ff. i + 26 + i
Subject: 
Catholic Church--Liturgy--Texts--Early works to 1800
Subject: 
Missals--Early works to 1800
Subject: 
Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and Modern)
Subject: 
Manuscripts, Latin--Germany
Language: 
lat
Dimensions: 
200 x 141 mm
Material: 
parchment
Collation: 
1⁶, 2⁶, 3⁸, 4⁶
Binding: 
Bound in 19th-century purple paper over pasteboards, with gilt foliate decoration on paper over cloth spine.
Decoration Description: 
On f. 1r: 3-line blue initial on red decorated panel background with pen-flourished extenders; on f. 6v: 3-line red initial on blue decorated panel background with pen-flourished extenders; 1- and 2-line blue and red pen initials throughout; some sections underlined in red ink.
Description of Hands: 
gothic textualis formata (textus quadratus)
Musical Notation: 
3-line staves with black, square musical notation passim
Is Part Of: 
Manuscript 144, Western Michigan University Special Collections
Is Part Of: 
Medieval Document Collection
Publisher: 
Western Michigan University
Date-Issued: 
2015
Type: 
Text
Format: 
image/jp2
Rights: 
Copyright 2015 Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, all rights reserved. The digital version is available for educational use under 'Fair Use' guidelines. For additional permission and further information contact the WMU Libraries, Digitization Center: lib-dc@wmich.edu