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Passionarium Toletanum


Printed on vellum ( ES: vitela)

Alcalá de Henares, Brocar 1516

(Abad 2001 nr 1189 47; Norton 43; Palau 214433)

Large fragment, 53 (of 72) leaves. Title page in modern manuscript.

a=0/6; b=6; c=2/6; d=6; e=6; f=6; g=6; h=6; i= 4/6; k=6; l=5/6 m=0/6

Total 53 of 72 leaves. Three large woodcut initials (7x7cm); 2 small woodcuts (4x4 cm); over 100 Lombard initials in red and Cadels in black

Passio domini segundum Mattheum        7/14 folios

Passio segundum Marcum            13/15 folios

{Passio segundum Lucam            12/12 folios, historiated initial

Passio segundum Johannem            10/10 folios, historiated initial

Lamentaciones Jeremie:            7/9 folios

Benedicto cerei paschalis            5/12 folios, historiated initials


The four Passions (Marcus, Matheus; Lucas and Johannes) with musical annotation. The Lamentations and Benedictus also have musical annotation Not all Passionaria have the four Passions with music annotation.

Desde 1515 hasta 1519 Brocar estuvo ocupado en la realización de otra antigua ambicios del cardenal (Cisneros), la de proveer a Toledo de una colección completa de la liturgia de su catedral. ...eran majestuosos libros de coro, ejemplos de impresión musical en España que solo tienen rival en alguna de las obras de Coci en Zaragoza ... el Passionarium apareció en 1516... (Norton). Existe emisión en papel y en vitela (Abat)

Spanish Passionaria are rare survivals. Between complete and incomplete copies no more than 15 examples are known, including ours. Abad mentions one or maybe two copies of a 1504 example, printed in Zaragoza; 4 examples of a 1509 edition in the same city and three surviving copies of a Burgos Passionarium printed circa 1505-1508. Therefore, ours is the only example printed in Alcala.

There are two complete copies on vellum known to exist outside Spain, one in the British Library and another in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. 7 copies between complete and incomplete survive in Spain (Biblioteca Nacional, 2 copies; and Toledo, 2 copies; Placensia; Segovia and Tarazona, 1 copy each.

Bibliography:

Juan Carlo Asensio: El canto Gregoriano, Madrid 2003

€ 8400

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