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Item:303010327425Click on the image for a detailed view. A leaf from a Graduale Romanum, Ilbenstadt, Germany, 1725 - 1726] for a choir in a fine hand, title and leaves in red and black with six staves to a full page. Text in Latin throughout, each stave drawn with a five-pen instrument and with additional red and yellow lines. Decorative borders, Decorative Head pieces and large initials scattered throughout. Twelve thumb markers with manuscript, a little soiling and minor foremarginal staining throughout.The Mass that is celebrated for The Common of a Confessor, Not a Bishop. In The Catholic Church, Common” comes from the root communis, something shared. The Latin root has multiple parts, cum + unis = “with” + “one.” It’s also the origin of the word communion. The “common” in a liturgy is something which may be shared between different liturgies. Psalm 51 (“Have mercy on me, O God”) is “common” for Lent, and may be sung as the Responsorial Psalm at any Mass during that season. Certain prayers for the saints may be used at Masses for other saints. For example, a Common “Preface” (the beginning of the Eucharistic Prayer) for a Bishop or a martyr may be prayed at Mass for another Bishop or martyr. The Leaf measures 18.5" x 12.5". The verso Colophon reading “Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat F*G*H A Great Gift For Any Manuscript Collector We Now Accept PayPal! We Ship Worldwide. Please Contact Us For a Free Shipping Quote!Date of Publication:1725, Binding:Loose Pages, Region:Europe, Subject:Religion, Music, Antiphonals, Original/Facsimile:Original, Language:Latin, Place of Publication:Ilbenstadt, Germany
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