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15th Century Chant Manuscript
Plainsong notation on a four-line staff with Latin text written in Gothic Script. The text is from Psalm 150, Verse 1.
Click here to see the online version.
Medieval Chant Music
Chant Manuscript, ca. 15th century
A digitized version of a page from a 15th century Chant Manuscript found in the Vault of the Mark O. Hatfield Library.
Gregorian Chant Notation
A webpage that describes traditional Gregorian Chant notation, so that anyone will be able to read the notation and sing it.
The Liber Usualis 1961
A searchable version of a book of commonly used Gregorian chants in the Catholic tradition, compiled by the monks of the Abbey of Solesmes in France.
Anima nostra sicut passer erepta est
Performance of chant found on page two of the Hatfield Library's chant manuscript.
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Book of Hours -- Praeces Piae
Willamette University's Book of Hours (Link to digital copy)
This Flemish Book of Hours, entitled Praeces piae, made in third quarter of the 15th century in the diocese of Tournai, in modern Belgium. The text provides prayers for the eight hours of the day at which prayers were recited (Matins, Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, and Compline).