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Composer
Format
Manuscript, Book
Language
Modern Greek (1453-)
Published/​Created
circa 1820.
Description
1 v. (544 p.) : paper ; 175 x 120 (135 x 90 ) mm bound to 180 x 120 mm

Details

Subject(s)
Arranger of music
Composer
Library of Congress genre(s)
Getty AAT genre
Summary note
Greek music manuscript containing works of several composers, teachers of ecclesiastical music, in post-Byzanyine neumes. Organized in the form of Byzantine music lessons regarding the Divine Liturgy, the vespers, and Matins. Among the poets and composers named are: Geōrgios, ho Krēs; Iakōvos Prōtopsaltēs; Petros Bereketēs (also known as Petros Glykys, ho Bereketēs); Petros Lampadarios (also known as Petros, ho Peloponnēsios); Chourmouzios didaskalos; Iōannēs Prōtopsaltēs; Grēgorios, ho Prōtopsaltēs; Petros, ho Vyzantios; Kōnstantinos Prōtopsaltēs; Daniēl Prōtopsaltēs; Iōannēs Glykys; Germanos Archiereus Neōn Patrōn; and kyr Iōannēs ho Kladas.
Notes
  • Ms. codex.
  • Title from page one.
  • Physical description: 12 double lines a page, 4to, 178 x 120 mm; pages 218-220 and 544 are blank; some leaves soiled; written in black ink with head-pieces, titles, and lettering in red ink; large elaborate initials in red ink; quire [35] written by another hand (on later paper); signatures in lower margin of first page of each quire, later pagination. Former owner's note above title (in blue pen), inscriptions on upper paste-down and lower paste-down (date range 1971-1974); stamp.
Binding note
Bound in paper over hard boards; leather spine; sewn on three raised bands.
Source acquisition
Purchase: Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. 2015. AM 2015-87.
OCLC
1129317602
Other standard number
  • C0879 (Princeton Greek MS. 113)
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