Indexes and contents lists to the Harrowby manuscripts at Sandon Hall, Stafford. by Harrowby Earls of.

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This first part of Volume 1 covers one hundred and twenty-seven Italian manuscripts: biblical and liturgical codices (notably a lavishly illuminated Book of Hours made for Lorenzo de. M.A.E. Nickson, The British Library: Guide to the catalogues and indexes of the Department of Manuscripts (3rd edition, London, ).

P.R. Harris, A History of the British Museum Library (London, ). Edward Miller, That Noble Cabinet: A History of the British Museum (London, ). Many of its contents are printed in W. Stevenson, Report on the Manuscripts of Lord Middleton, Historical Manuscripts Commission, 69 (London: HMSO, ), pp.

– The cartulary is no. 94 in G. Davis, Medieval Cartularies of Great Britain, revised edn (London: The British Library, ).Cited by: 1. The Old Hall Manuscript (British Library, Add MS ) is the largest, most complete, and most significant source of English sacred music of the late 14th and early 15th centuries, and as such represents the best source for late Medieval English music.

The manuscript somehow survived the Reformation, and formerly belonged to St. Edmund's College, a Roman Catholic school located at Old. The manuscript is made up mostly of settings of the Ordinary of the Mass and is arranged in sections so that different setting of the Gloria, Sanctus and so on, are grouped together.

The notation is extremely precise and complex, suggesting a high degree of sophistication in the writer and intended users of the book, as well as the composers. Domesday – a search for the roots of England, by Michael Wood, reprint ( originally), pgs Usually anything by Michael Wood is worth a read.

However, I could vaguely remember reading this 15 years or so ago, but couldn't recall any of the particulars, which generally isn't a /5. The contents of over collections held at the University of Nottingham are described online through the Manuscripts Online Catalogue.

There will be an entry giving an overview of the whole collection, then further entries in a hierarchy giving more detailed descriptions of sections of the collection, and of individual documents.

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It replaces Frederic Miller's book of the same title. Both are extremely valuable books, and in my opinion, they complement one Indexes and contents lists to the Harrowby manuscripts at Sandon Hall. Miller's book reads more like a manual, and is very by: This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Online Facsimile: The entire manuscript is now available online at the British Library’s Collection of Digitised British Library’s Online Collection also has an image from folsv–56r, showing Dunstable’s motet Veni Sancte Spiritus, albeit one of doubtful quality.

Critical Editions: (1) A. Hughes and M. Bent (eds), The Old Hall Manuscript, Corpus mensurabilis musicae. John Bagford (/) was an antiquarian, author, book-dealer, bibliographer, and manuscript collector.

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IDENTITY STATEMENT Reference code(s): GB MS Held at: Nottingham University Library, Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections Domain: archival Title: Hoyland, John S Date(s) of contents: Level of description: Fonds Extent and medium: 7 boxes.

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