Document ReferenceMS 12
TitleFragments of service books; 15th century
Date Of Creation15th century
Extent15 items
AbstractMS fragments of prayer books
LevelFonds
Access ConditionsAccessible to all readers.
Admin HistoryNothing is known about these fragments apart from what can be gleaned from the evidence within them.
Custodial HistoryThe fragments were given to the University library in the early 1930s. Two contain headings indicating they were at one time used for covering books of Leicester wills, 1563-1576.
DescriptionWhile the fragments cannot be attributed with any certainty, the following suggested identifications have been made:

MS 12/1-3 Two leaves (non consecutive) from the Temporale of a Breviary, containing portions of the offices for Trinity Sunday, the feast of Corpus Christi etc. Written in England.

MS 12/4-5 Fragments from an Antiphonal with musical notation. Both are from the Sanctorale. One complete leaf contains some of the choral portions of the office of St Agatha (5 Feb). A fragment is concerned with feasts (St Gregory the Great - Annunciation of the Virgin) in the following month. Written in England.

MS 12/6-7 Two leaves (not consecutive) from the Temporale of a Gradual, containing parts of masses for Christmas Day and the feast of St Stephen. Music on four-line stave. Written in England.

MS 12/8-11 Four consecutive leaves from a Gradual with musical notation. The leaves, which formed part of the Temporale, contain the choral portions of offices for Tuesday in third week of Lent to Tuesday in fourth week of Lent. Written in England.

MS 12/12-13 Leaf from a Missal containing part of the office, etc., for the first Sunday in Advent.

MS 12/14-15 Consecutive leaves from the Sanctorale of a Missal containing masses for the translation of St Edward Confessor (13 Oct) to the Vigil of All Saints (31 Oct). Written in England.
MgtGroupReligious records
MgtSubGroupAnglican
ArrangementMaterial has been listed in the order it was received.
LanguageLatin
TermCatholic Church - Prayers and devotions - Early works to 1800
Sacred vocal music - England - 15th century
Service books (Music) - Catholic Church
Missals
Masses - 15th century
Graduals (Liturgical books)
Antiphons (music)
Manuscripts, Medieval
Music - Manuscripts
Antiphonaries
FindingAidsCopyright in all Finding Aids belongs to the University of Nottingham.

In the Reading Room, King's Meadow Campus:
Typescript Catalogue to item level, 1 p

At the National Register of Archives, The National Archives, Kew:
Typescript Catalogue to item level, 1 p
ReprodnNotePhotocopies and photographic copies can be supplied for educational use and private study purposes only, depending on the condition of the documents.
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