2 edition of Cambridge, University Library, Ff.i.17(1) found in the catalog.
Cambridge, University Library, Ff.i.17(1)
|Statement||vorbereitet von Bryan Gillingham.|
|Series||Veröffentlichungen mittelalterlicher Musikhandschriften -- No. 17, Publications of mediaeval musical manuscripts -- no. 17.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||XXVIII, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
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The Later Cambridge Songs Cambridge, University Library, MS Ff(1), also known as ‘The Later Cambridge Songs’, is the sole surviving example of what was probably a common form of manuscript for the transmission of songs and motets in the twelfth and.
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24 rows The University Library lends different numbers of books to different Cambridge of reader. He bound the first halves of the manuscripts together and gave the resulting volume to Cambridge Corpus Christi College (now CCCC 66 and 66A), and bound the latter halves of manuscripts together and gave the resulting volume to Cambridge University Library in ; this is now CUL Ff.
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