NEZNÁMY FRAGMENT GRADUÁLU SINE SIGN. Z 13. STOROČIA ZO ŠTÁTNEHO ARCHÍVU V BRATISLAVE
Fragment of the 13th Century Gradual sine sign. from the State Archives in Bratislava
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There are currently a great many medieval liturgical fragments with notation, dating from the late of the 11th to the early 16th century in Slovak archival holdings. The majority of them served as reinforcing material (top cover, alternatively front or back boards) in administrative books, later manuscripts, or prints. These precious medieval musical sources are found in this secondary function to this day, often without their own deposit signatures. Among the old musical sources deposited in Slovak archival, museum and library holdings, there are fragments of codices with Neume notation. These were imported to our territory from German, Austrian and Bohemian-Moravian Benedictine scriptoria. Among the unique examples of these very old musical monuments is the bi-folio fragment of the Gradual sine sign. from the State Archives in Bratislava with German adiastematic Neume notation.
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