12th-century antiphoner from the monastery of St. Amand, France. Staff notation, with F and C clefs. Monastic cursus. 191 folios.
Ff. 1-98v: Temporale. 1r, First Sunday of Advent; 13r, Christmas; 16r, Stephen; 30r, Ferial Office; 37r, Septuagesima; 41v, Ash Wednesday; 58r, Maundy Thursday; 63r, Easter; 76r, Ascension; 79r, Pentecost; 82r, Trinity; 84v, Summer Histories; 95r, Sundays after Pentecost. Ff. 98v-172r: Sanctorale. 98v, Andrew; 103v, Nicasius; 112r, Conversion of Paul; 118r, Amandus; 120v, Octave of Amandus; 123v, Gregory; 129r, Rictrudis; 130r, Cyricus; 132v, Octave of Cyricus; 139v, Mary Magdalene; 142r, Laurence; 158r, Ursula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins; 159v, Dedication of a Church; 162r, All Saints; 169v, Catherine; 171v, George. Ff. 172v-188r: Common of Saints (172v, Common of Evangelists). Ff. 188r-189v: Office for the Dead. Ff. 189v-191v: Invitatory Tones.
Valenciennes 114 contains several Offices that are not found in CAO, nor have they been edited in Analecta hymnica: these include Offices for Amandus and Cyricus (as well as seperate Offices for the Octaves of their feasts), and Ursula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins. The Office for Catherine has been edited in Analecta hymnica vol. 26, pp. 197-204.
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The inventory for F-VAL 114 was prepared at The Catholic University of America by Charles Downey, Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske, and Lila Collamore.
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