The manuscript Strahov D.G. IV. 47

by Robert J. Snow

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  • Strahov D.G. IV. 47,
  • Music -- Manuscripts -- 15th century.,
  • Paleography, Musical.

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Statementby Robert Joseph Snow.
LC ClassificationsML172 .S66 1968
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 604 p.
Number of Pages604
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17317228M

  The Codex Speciálník is an important collection of 15th-century polyphony copied most probably in Prague approximately between the years and ().4 The source, preserved from the beginning of the 20th century in the museum in Hradec Králové (eastern Bohemia), has an inscription on the endpaper that indicates that the manuscript was given to a church of St Peter by a farmer named Author: Lenka Mráčková. The four tables give the most commonly accepted dates or ranges of dates for the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, the Deuterocanonical books (included in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox bibles, but not in the Hebrew and Protestant bibles) and the New Testament, including, where possible, hypotheses about their formation-history.. Table I is a chronological overview. Summary and Analysis Part 2: Book V: Chapters Summary. Ivan leaves Alyosha and feels greatly depressed. He cannot understand his depression until he realizes that perhaps it is because of his deep dread of meeting Smerdyakov. Manuscript Release No The Salamanca Vision and the Diary 2—The Travels, Labors, and Letters of Ellen G. White from October 8 to Decem Syracuse, New York, Thursday, October 9, At Niagara bridge we stepped out of the sleeper and took our seats in the day coach. Soon every available seat was occupied.

In other words, the Voynich Manuscript-- which is currently held by Yale University's Beincke Rare Book and Manuscript Library in New Haven, Conn. -- is an herbological tome, something the writer Author: Sasha Savitsky.   Reflection of signature accidentals in Buxheim. The detailed data discussed in this section are shown in full in Tables 3 to these, pieces are grouped by standardized final, as assigned in Table each occurrence of the piece in Buxheim (many pieces occur more than once), the proportion of Bys and Eys is given for each voice, resulting (as explained earlier) in the ‘Bux “sig”’.Author: Frauke Jürgensen. 1 En. 1 Enoch, a Jewish pseudepigraphic work that includes what are thought to be Christian interpolations in chaps. (also called Ethiopic Enoch). 1 Kgdms. 1 Kingdoms, the book of the LXX which corresponds to 1 Samuel. 1QH. Thanksgiving Hymns, hymns composed for worship within the Qumran community. 1QS. Rule of the Community, one of the first Dead Sea Scrolls recovered. Inventory of the Manfred F. Bukofzer collection of medieval manuscript sources, [ca. ca. ] Contents: letter from Denis Stevens to Bukofzer, and a glossy print of one of the flyleaves. Prague, Strahov Monastery, Codex D.G. IV, Scope and Content Note. Record pr. of .

Russian Literature, Signed. You Searched For: Jacket lightly rubbed. Hard Cover. pp. "This book interprets the baffling complex of meanings attached by Russian culture to the concept of everyday life, or byt, and assesses its impact on Russian modernist narrative. Drawing on modern literary theory and theology, Stephen C. Hutchings. Media in category "Strahov Monastery" The following files are in this category, out of total. Prague Castle 19 ().jpg 6, × 4,; MBArchitectural style: baroque architecture. Inventory of the Manfred F. Bukofzer collection of medieval manuscript sources, [ca. ca. ] of which some are books on music, are miniature scores and are miscellaneous scores and editions of music. Prague, Strahov Monastery, Codex D.G. IV, Scope and Content Note. Record pr. of pp. , , The Gutenberg Bible, the first printed Bible (midth century) The Bible (from Koine Greek τὰ βιβλία, tà biblía, "the books") [a] is a collection of sacred texts or scriptures. Varying parts of the Bible are considered to be a product of divine inspiration and a record of the relationship between God and humans by Christians, Jews, Samaritans, and Rastafari. The Bible appears.

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Henry VIII Manuscript. The Dow Partbooks. Byrd Masses for 3, 4, 5 Voices. Search & Browse. Search the Database. Browse by Country. Donate Login or Register. The Manuscript Strahov D. 47 Snow, Robert Joseph PhD, Illinois, Download PDF: Abstract.

The Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music. University of Oxford. Get this from a library. The manuscript Strahov D.G. 47, by Robert Joseph Snow. [Robert J Snow; Strahovská knihovna. MSS. (D.G.

47) Selections.]. Strahov manuscript D.G. Reviews. User-contributed reviews. Tags. Add tags for "Strahov codex D.G. Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (4) Music -- Manuscripts. Masses. Sacred vocal music. Music; Confirm this request.

You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this. Notwithstanding the Central European character of the Strahov Codex (» CZ-Ps D.G. 47), it was compiled with regard to the liturgy of the Prague diocese by scribes familiar with the Czech variant of the staff notation (nota rhombica), but the question on the origin of the manuscript still remains a burning catholic character of the collection, which contains at the same time.

Prague, Strahov Monastery, is still very imperfectly known, if at all, to the average Western scholar. To a large degree this is a consequence of the fact that the only study that deals with the manuscript to any appreciable extent is written in the The manuscript Strahov D.G.

IV. 47 book language The manuscript Strahov D.G. IV. 47 book printed in a publication not exclusively musico-logical in character. It is in the second half of the fifteenth century that important collections of Franco-Flemish polyphony originated in Bohemia (Strahov Codex:» CZ-Ps D.G.

47, Speciálník Codex:» CZ-HK m Ms. II A 7).These are testimonies of a lively interest of both Catholic (Strahov Codex) as well as Utraquist intellectuals (Speciálník Codex) in the polyphonic music of their time, as they include.

Robert Snow, The Manuscript Strahov D. 47 (PhD, Illinois, ) Jason Stoessel, The Captive Scribe: The context and culture of scribal and notational process in the music of the ars subtilior (PhD, University of New England, ). Twenty-eight modern manuscripts were digitised from the collections of the Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians at Strahov in They mostly come from two thematic groups – alba amicorum and historiographical sources mainly from the urban milieu.

The first group comprises, for example, alba amicorum of Matouš Günther (DG IV 27), Josef and Rudolf Lidl of Myslov (AD VII 81). In Jeroným Hirnheim, a philosopher and theologian, became the abbot of Strahov. His greatest work, which has survived to the present day, was the building of a new library in the so-called Theological Hall (Teologický sál), completed in During the 17th and early 18th centuries, other abbots continued in the reconstruction of the monastery.

MS (Strahov): 62, 70, n Prague, Statni Knihovna SSR - Universitni Knihovna, VI C 20a: 69, 70 XI E 9: XVII A 70 XVII B 70 Pribram, Muzeum, MS s.s.: 70 Cambridge University Press - Music in the German Renaissance: Sources, Styles, and Contexts Edited by John Kmetz Index More informatio nFile Size: 1MB.

Intwenty modern manuscripts from the collections of the Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians at Strahov were digitised (some of them are deposited in the National Archives, in the collection Premonstráti – klášter Strahov, Praha). Almost without exception, these are historiographical sources and diaries that are related to the history of the monasteries in Doksany and at.

Ephemeral cartography: on mapping sound. February ; The Manuscript Strahov ” PhD dissertation This book provides answers to such questions by taking a closer look at the Author: Peter Mcmurray.

19 Quoted in Robert Joseph Snow, ‘The Manuscript Strahov ’, Ph.D. diss., University of Illinois (), For other discussions regarding the Missa Fa-ut' s remarkable large-scale design, see Gottlieb, ‘The Cyclic Masses of Trent Codex 89’, –5; Kirkman, ‘Innovation, Stylistic Patterns’, –4; Mitchell, ‘The.

The Old Hall Manuscript, ed. Hughes and M. Bent, CMM, xlvi (–73). For music manuscripts quoted, see generally RISM and Census Catalogue of Manuscript Sources of Polyphonic Music –, RMS, i–iv () Google ScholarAuthor: Reinhard Strohm. Featuring the Church Fathers, Catholic Encyclopedia, Summa Theologica and more.

a ROBERT J. SNow, The Manuscript Strahov D. IV 47 (Ph. diss. University of Illinois ), p. 41, nn. 7 and 8, has examined a fifteenth century Graduale from Kuttenberg, MS. of the Austrian National Library, which provides but one formulary for all Sundays of Advent.

Table of Contents, Issue No. President’s Message, by Dick Hoban ~ 3; Editor’s Message, by Denys Stephens ~ 3; An Interview with Lutemakers Stephen Barber and Sandi Harris, Denys Stephens ~ 4; Eight German Dances, Transcribed and Edited by John H.

Robinson ~ Konigs Ferdinandus Tantz – Volgt der Hupf auff (tablature), Newsidler (), sigs. liiiv-livr, ed. John H. Robinson ~ Accommodation in the Strahov Dormitory. The Strahov Dormitory is the largest accommodation facility of the Czech Technical University in Prague.

Double rooms, shared bathrooms on each floor. A room unit system with double rooms (only block 8). The total capacity - more than beds.

Equipment and services provided to students. Scientific Research Publishing is an academic publisher with more than open access journal in the areas of science, technology and medicine. It also publishes academic books. The Grand Manuscript Volume #2 in the Papyrus again Zoran Živković features his literature loving Inspector Dejan Lukić attempting to crack a case, this time a famous writer of detective novels has mysteriously vanished along with the much sought after manuscript of /5.

PhD: “The Manuscript Strahov 47” David Eugene Crawford Professor Emeritus of Music, University of Michigan PhD: “Vespers Polyphony at Modena’s Cathedral in the First Half of the Sixteenth Century” Sven Hostrup Hansell Professor Emeritus of Musicology, University of Iowa.

Part I Book I. The History Of A Family Chapter I. Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov Alexey Fyodorovitch Karamazov was the third son of Fyodor Pavlovitch Karamazov, a land owner well known in our district. Prague, Strahov monastery, D.

47 () Gnagflow Trazom, an essay on Mozart's script, pastimes and nonsense letters () Alessandro Striggio, madrigalist (). An introduction in the subject of the book, however, should appear as the first chapter of the book. Optional items in the front matter at the beginning of a book are e.g., a foreword or a list of abbreviations.

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Description. The Notebook [Butlin #] consists of 58 leaves and contains autograph drafts by Blake of poems and prose with numerous sketches and designs, mostly in pencil. Containing two pages of preface, alongside 94 pages of sketches, each page is approximately x mm.

The original leaves were later bound with a partial copy (ff. 62–94) of 'All that is of any value in the foregoing. (shelved 2 times as written-in-russian) avg rating —ratings — published Information about this Book Overview This eBook is provided by theEllen G.

White Estate. It is included iv Manuscript Releases, vol. 1 [Nos. ] MR No. 47 File Size: 1MB. 40 Prague, Strahov Monastery Library (Museum of Czech Literature, Strahov Library), D.G.

IV 47, pp. –2 (fols. v –). This tenor is, in fact, related to the tenor of the Trento cathedral Stella celi as well as the chanson So ys emprentid, as discussed by: 3.

Browsing Through a Little-Known Manuscript (Prague, Strahov Monastery, D. 47) January Journal of the American Musicological Society Dragan Plamenac. The Royal Library, Copenhagen was founded in the yearbut it is with certainty to claim that any of the Greek Mss of the present were in the Library already about The vast majority of the Greek Mss is known to have entered the Royal Library only from the 18th century : Bjarne Schartau, Ole L.

Smith. (Lost: cited by Tinctoris in the prologue to his Tractatus alterationum; probably based on song by Basin; identified by Strohm as surviving in Prague, Strahov Monastery Library, MS D. G. IV. 47, but now regarded as unlikely.

(Also concordances in Hradec Králové, Muzeum, MS II. A. 7 (Codex Speciálník), pp. –70 and Trent ).Indeed, the only track where 2 instrumentalists are present (playing vielle and lute) is the instrumental rendition of the two-part ballade 'Watlin Frew' (track 13), which, in any case, is actually preserved without text in the one extant source which transmits it (the Strahov manuscript [, fol.

v] - incidentally, since the liner notes do not mention it, the strange title 'Watlin Frew' is thought to be a 5/5.Summary and Analysis Part 1: Book I Summary. Karamazov: the name is well-known in Russia; it carries a taste of violence and dark Slavic passion.

And there is much truth in the rumors and whispered tales told of Fyodor Karamazov. In his youth he was a loud profligate.