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Border Fragment with Musical Angel

Border Fragment with Musical Angel

Made in St. Denis, France

Musical notation from BL Harley 1717, f. 251v

Musical notation from BL Harley 1717, f. 251v

Musical notation, on four-line red staves, 13th century. Image taken from f. 251v of Chronique des ducs de Normandie (index Chronicle of Normandy; Chronique de Normandie). Written in French.

Musical notation, heraldic decoration and David from BL Arundel 83, f. 55v

Musical notation, heraldic decoration and David from BL Arundel 83, f....

Page from the Howard Psalter (Arundel 83 I) showing the incipit of Psalm 80 ("Exultate Deo"). In the initial 'E', a seated king plays bells. In the border, hybrids hold trumpets bearing the Fitton and Frevill... More

Musical notation from BL Sloane 1086, f. 40

Musical notation from BL Sloane 1086, f. 40

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 40 of Fragment with Antiphons for the Nativity of the Lord. Written in Latin.

Musical notation from BL Harley 978, f. 10

Musical notation from BL Harley 978, f. 10

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 10 of Musical, medical and literary miscellany, 'Sumer is icumen in', Fables and Lays of Marie de France (index Fables de Marie de France, Lais) (ff. 40-67v, 118-160), poem... More

Musical notation from BL Eg 3307, f. 11

Musical notation from BL Eg 3307, f. 11

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 11 of Music and carols for Holy Week (begins and ends imperfectly). Written in Latin, French, and English.

Musical notation from BL Eg 3267, f. 56v

Musical notation from BL Eg 3267, f. 56v

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 56v of Gradual, of Carthusian use, imperfect, including Temporale and Sanctorale. Written in Latin.

Musical neumes from BL Royal 1 D III, f. 7v

Musical neumes from BL Royal 1 D III, f. 7v

Page from the 'Exultet' with musical neumes. Image taken from f. 7v of Gospels. Written in Latin.

Musical notation from BL Harley 3095, f. 111v

Musical notation from BL Harley 3095, f. 111v

Musical notation: the Greek Cherubic Hymn or 'Cheroubikon' in a Latin translation. Image taken from f. 111v of 'Vitae' (f. 1v), 'De consolatione philosophiae', Books 1-5, with glosses (ff. 2v-110v), 'Opuscula s... More

Musical notation from BL Arundel 356, f. 45

Musical notation from BL Arundel 356, f. 45

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 45 of Various lunar and astronomical tables and tracts, including Computus, a calendar and diagrams. Written in Latin.

Musical notation from BL YT 24, f. 91

Musical notation from BL YT 24, f. 91

Four-line musical notation with decorated initials. Image taken from f. 91 of The Pontifical of Guilelmus Durandus, Use of Mende. Written in Latin.

Musical instruments from BL Add 47683, f. 1v

Musical instruments from BL Add 47683, f. 1v

Miniature of musical instruments, including the psalterium, cithara, tintinnabulum, sambuca, pennula and fistula, associated with the ~Epistola ad Dardanum~ doubtfully attributed to St Jerome. Image taken from ... More

Musical theory from BL Eg 2888, f. 26v

Musical theory from BL Eg 2888, f. 26v

Diagram of musical theory, labelled 'Symphonia' near the top on the left, and 'Armonya' on the right, with their subdivisions, and men in towers and a crowned standing woman (Musica) in the centre. Image taken... More

Musical notation from BL Harley 978, f. 2

Musical notation from BL Harley 978, f. 2

Musical notation for the Latin song 'Samson dux fortissime'. Image taken from f. 2 of Musical, medical and literary miscellany, 'Sumer is icumen in', Fables and Lays of Marie de France (index Fables de Marie de... More

Musical notation from BL Eg 3307, f. 11v

Musical notation from BL Eg 3307, f. 11v

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 11v of Music and carols for Holy Week (begins and ends imperfectly). Written in Latin, French, and English.

Musical diagram from BL Harley 6525, f. 7v

Musical diagram from BL Harley 6525, f. 7v

Musical diagram. Image taken from f. 7v of Ritus canendi. Written in Latin.

Musical diagram from BL Harley 3199, f. 83

Musical diagram from BL Harley 3199, f. 83

Musical diagram. Image taken from f. 83 of Miscellany of treatises relating to computus and music, imperfect at the end, including Helperic's 'Liber de computo' (ff. 2-55v); Guido's 'Regulae rhythmicae' (ff. 55... More

Musical notation from BL Eg 274, f. 22

Musical notation from BL Eg 274, f. 22

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 22 of Musical miscellany. Written in Latin and French.

Musical notation from BL Eg 3307, f. 12v

Musical notation from BL Eg 3307, f. 12v

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 12v of Music and carols for Holy Week (begins and ends imperfectly). Written in Latin, French, and English.

Musical notation from BL Sloane 121, f. 127

Musical notation from BL Sloane 121, f. 127

Musical notation. Image taken from f. 127 of Medical miscellany, including the medical rules according to the homo signorum (ff. 35-36); a recipe for gingerbread. Written in Latin, English.

Musical notation from BL Arundel 248, f. 154v

Musical notation from BL Arundel 248, f. 154v

Musical notation for canticles to Mary Magdalene, and verses to the Virgin upon the Crucifixion, in English and Latin. Image taken from f. 154v of Miscellany. Written in Latin, English, and French.

Musical notation from BL Burn 357, ff. 15v-16

Musical notation from BL Burn 357, ff. 15v-16

Two-part sequence 'Amor patris et filii veri splendor', with narrow, oblong note-forms and vertical lines showing word-divisions in six pairs of four-line staves. Image taken from ff. 15v-16 of Polyphonic sequ... More

Stone Musical Instrument

Stone Musical Instrument

Mexico, Mesoamerica, Veracruz (?)

Term in the Form of a Woman with Musical Instrument

Term in the Form of a Woman with Musical Instrument

Jean Mignon (French, active 1535–ca. 1555)

Embracing Female Figures, Some Holding Musical Scores.

Embracing Female Figures, Some Holding Musical Scores.

Attributed to Girolamo Mirola (Italian, Bologna documented, 1562–1570)

Musical Instruments for the Noh Dance

Musical Instruments for the Noh Dance

Ryūryūkyo Shinsai (Japanese, active ca. 1799–1823) Edo period (1615–1868)

Young Lady Playing a Musical Instrument

Young Lady Playing a Musical Instrument

Chōbunsai Eishi (Japanese, 1756–1829) Edo period (1615–1868)

Three Beauties Playing Musical Instruments

Three Beauties Playing Musical Instruments

Attributed to Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese, 1797–1861) Edo period (1615–1868)

A Musical Party

A Musical Party

Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (Dutch, Amsterdam 1621–1674 Amsterdam)

A Musical Gathering

A Musical Gathering

Attributed to Samuel Wale (British, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1721–1786 London)

Design for a Frieze Ornamented with Musical Instruments

Design for a Frieze Ornamented with Musical Instruments

Attributed to Thomas Hardwick (British, London 1752–1829 London)