Gottschalk Antiphonal – Fragment
Parchment · 1 leaf · 1180 – 1200 CE · Lambach, Austria (Stiftsbibliothek) · 305 x 217 mm
St. Paul in Kärnten, Stiftsbibliothek St. Paul im Lavanttal, Frag. 54/8 1
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Davis, Lisa Fagin. The Gottschalk Antiphonary : Music and Liturgy in Twelfth-Century Lambach (Cambridge (UK): Cambridge Univ. Press, 2000)
A leaf of the Gottschalk Antiphonal, written and illustrated by Gottschalk of Lambach at and for the use of the Stiftsbibliothek Lambach (Upper Austria) in the late twelfth century. On the verso of this leaf, the first Repsonsory of Matins for the feast of St. John the Evangelist begins with the three-line initial in red and purple historiated with a bust portrait of the Saint. This leaf is consecutive and was formerly conjoint with Stiftsbibliothek St. Paul im Lavanttal Frag. 54/8, no. 2. Both were flyleaves in a Lambach incunable (a combination of Hain 7053 and 13683) that is not recorded in the 1916 Lambach incunable catalogue, and so presumably had left the Abbey by that time. The incunable was Ink. 5.4.17 in the Stiftsbibliothek St. Paul im Lavanttal; the flyleaves were removed in the late twentieth century and are now Frag. 54/8 1 and Frag. 54/8 2. ...torum inventus est primus .../...A. Domine suscipe me...