Title: Invitatoriale, cum appendice pro feria IV cinerum, die jovis sancto, et parasceves, 1745
Author: Franziskaner Miltenberg(?)
A mid 18th century liturgical manuscript choir book, containing an appendix for Ash Wednesday, Holy Thursday, and Good Friday, possibly produced at the dissolved Franciscan monastery known as the Church of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, in Miltenberg, containing text and notes of various liturgical chants in red and black, with musical notation throughout. The text and musical notation have been stencilled by hand. The monastery’s stamp is visible on the title page. Pages 89-99 have been written and noted by hand.
This volume has been bound in pigskin over wooden boards, with two functioning clasps.
One pigskin bound manuscript in folio, 99 pagesOn note of condition, this volume is in good shape, with rubbing and wear to the binding, and some staining. Something appears to have been circularly cut from the title page, possibly an ownership inscription, and there is scribbling to the title. The lower portion of page 9 is lacking. Page 87 also looks to have a circular portion cut out, with tearing to the page. There is minor staining throughout