In: Musicologica Slovaca , vol. 13, no. 1
Year, pages: 2022, 89 - 113
cantus planus, plainchant, plainsong, tenebrae, fragment, analysis, comparison
Article type: / Studies
Document type: Časopis / Journal
During source research in 2021, a medieval notated fragment was discovered, which currently forms the upper cover of a book of accounts, Regestum pecuniarum ecclesiae xendochii et orphanorum, of 1607. The State Archive in Trenčín holds a relatively large number of extant medieval notated manuscripts. In total, the archive has preserved twenty-two, along with the newly discovered fragment twenty-three, notated manuscript fragments, seventeen of which contain Bohemian notation. Among the fragments notated with Bohemian notation, six fragments were identified as having originated from a single, today unfortunately incomplete, liturgical codex. The newly discovered fragment also belongs to this group. The aim of this study is the musical-liturgical and music-palaeographic analysis of this newly discovered fragment.
How to cite:
Garajová , V. 2022. Temné hodinky „Tenebrae“ novoobjaveného fragmentu v Štátnom archíve Trenčín. In Musicologica Slovaca , vol. 13, no.1, pp. 89-113. 1338-2594. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31577/musicoslov.2022.1.4
Garajová , V. (2022). Temné hodinky „Tenebrae“ novoobjaveného fragmentu v Štátnom archíve Trenčín. Musicologica Slovaca , 13(1), 89-113. 1338-2594. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31577/musicoslov.2022.1.4
Publisher: Ústav hudobnej vedy SAV, v.v.i. / Institute of Musicology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences
Published: 27. 6. 2022
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