f.164 with Responsory for Palm Sunday: Dominus mecum est, tamquam bellator fortis: propterea persecuti sunt me, et intelligere non potuerunt: Domine, probans renes et corda, Tibi revelavi causam meam.
Source of title - Supplied title
Other - Music in square chant notation, with red 4-line staves and moveable C and F clefs.
Accompanying material - Caption used for display in National Library Music Room prior to donation
Quantity: 1 folder(s) (1 leaf). 0.02 Linear Metres.
Physical Description: Vellum, single leaf
Provenance: Purchased by donor at a Bethunes' book auction in Wellington, ca 1987. Several other leaves were associated with this one but were in poor condition and were not purchased by donor. Donor described item as originating from the 13th century
Access restrictions: Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Format: 1 folder(s) (1 leaf), 0.02 Linear Metres, Manuscripts, Parchment, Partial documents, Vellum, single leaf, Illustration: RubricatedSee original record
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