Gregorian Chant for Sanctification of the Ashes on Ash Wednesday One Leaf Printed on Both Sides Roman Catholic Latin Liturgy

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Printed leaf, ink on paper,  17 6/16 in  x 12 ½ in,  a disbound leaf of annotated Gregorian chant in black neumatic notation on a four-line staff in red, with the Latin text below, neumes are printed in black ink, with red text capitals. FERIA iv. Cinerum. Pages 65 and 66 only. Latin text.

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LIBER USUALIS. ASH WEDNESDAY ROMAN CATHOLIC LITURGY. Printed leaf, ink on paper,  17 6/16 in  x 12 ½ in,  a disbound leaf of annotated Gregorian chant in black neumatic notation on a four-line staff in red, with the Latin text below, neumes are printed in black ink, with red text capitals. FERIA iv. Cinerum. Pages 65 and 66 only. Latin text. Response 2 given partially, as the text on p. 65 begins at “Attende D[omi]ne, et miserere,” the sung response during the sanctification of the ashes before they are placed on the foreheads of the faithful on Ash Wednesday­. It is followed by “Misereris omnium, Domine.” Pencil notation at the foot of p. 66. See Liber Usualis, pp. 524-527, Desclée & Cie, Tournai, 1956. Condition very good, a pinpoint printer’s perforation not affecting the text, printed on heavy laid paper with chain lines, circa 1750.

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