Repertuar liturgiczno-muzyczny w rękopiśmiennym graduale karmelitańskim (b.s.) z Obór

Piotr Wiśniewski
2016 Roczniki Teologiczne  
A b s t r a c t. The article presents the content of the Carmelite gradual from Obory. Having compared the repertoire of the Carmelite book with the Roman gradual, it can be stated that the Carmelite mass liturgy comprises a bit different compositions. Only eight of the formularies proprium de tempore contain complete or almost complete sets of songs. Undoubtedly, choosing songs for the formularies of the liturgical days in such a selective way indicates that the codex served mainly a
more » ... mainly a particular performer and that this gradual contains only some songs chosen from a different (complete) codex for a cantor. Out of 278 songs in the codex of Obory (including psalms and verses) 235 are the same as in the Roman gradual. Some of the song sets follow the tradition, while other sets do not. This kind of lability in dealing with the liturgical repertoire in relation to the Roman tradition implies that the book was created exclusively for the local monastery.
doi:10.18290/rt.2016.63.13-11 fatcat:mj4tsmmd6rdqrfvi44udtoqmdu