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Antiphona of the Psalm 'Laudate Dominum', Vespers of Holy Saturday

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Title: Antiphona of the Psalm 'Laudate Dominum', Vespers of Holy Saturday
- Attribution -  
Discipline: Western
Language of chant text: Latin
Notation family: square
Date range:  first quarter of the 14th century
Rite: GREG
Service: V
Genre: A     
Occasion: Sabbato Sancto; Holy Saturday
- Accession -  
Incipit: Alleluia
Siglum: The British Library, MS Yates Thompson 25
Location: f. 1r
- Physical Description - 
Dimensions of manuscript:
Height = 484  mm . Width = 324  mm
Layout:  in single column
- Manuscript Provenance -  
• Made for a Dominican house; other leaves once part of the same Antiphonal: 1 leaf, no. 4 of Yates Thompson MS LXXXIIIA; 8 leaves, Victoria & Albert Museum MSS 8997 A-H.
- Cultural Context -  
Leaf from a Dominican Antiphoner. Origin: France, N. Script: Textualis quadrata
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Transcription-data encoding: NEUMES, version 2.2.b (beta-test)

Project:  The NEUMES Project
Funded by The Eduserv Foundation.
Transcription Version:  1.1      Date:  31 August 2005
Transcriber:  Jacqueline Elemans
Description:  Complete verse transcription for software testing
Edition comments:  view
Copyright notice: Copyright © 2005 The University of Oxford.

 Edited chant text:
 Alleluia alleluia alleluia. Laudate dominum omnes gentes. Seculorum, Amen.
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