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Solsona, Archivo Diocesano, Fragment 109

A bifolio of Spanish sacred music, discovered after 1982. It contains 3 Glorias and a Credo, all incomplete, but three of the works are known from other French and Spanish sources.


  1. GOMEZ, Maria del Carmen. 'Musique et musiciens dans les chapelles de la maison royale d'Aragon (1336-1413)', Musica Disciplina, XXXVIII (1984): 67-86.

  2. GÓMEZ MUNTANÉ, Maria Carmen. Polifonía da la corona de Aragón siglos XIV y XV, Ars Nova de la Corona de Aragón, Zaragoza: Institución "Fernando el Católico", 1993, p. 17-19.


  1. fol. 1-1v, Gloria (Gloria))

  2. fol. 1v, Gloria (Depansis))

  3. fol. 2-2v, Gloria, spiritus et alme (Gloria))

  4. fol. 2v, Credo (Mass of Barcelona) (Sortis))


GOMEZ, Maria del Carmen. 'Musique et musiciens dans les chapelles de la maison royale d'Aragon (1336-1413)' (p. 82ff).


1.Apt, Cathédrale Sainte-Anne, Bibliothèque du Chapitre, 16bis (10-11, Gloria; 40-41, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
2.Barcelona, Biblioteca de Catalunya 971 (olim 946) (3v-6, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
3.Cambrai, Bibliothèque Municipale 1328 (4v-6r, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
4.Cividale del Friuli, Museo Archeologico Nazionale XCVIII (1v, 41, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
5.Ivrea, Biblioteca Capitolare 115 (18, Gloria; 29v-30, Gloria; 47v-48, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
6.Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Fragment B.P.L. 2515 (II-IIv, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
7.Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, fonds nouv. acq. français 23190 (olim Serrant Château, ducs de la Trémoïlle) (36v or 44v, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
8.Rochester / New York, Sibley Musical Library, Fleischer fragment 44 (2v, Credo (Mass of Barcelona)).
9.Toulouse, Bibliothèque Municipale 94 (1, Credo (Mass of Barcelona))

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Last updated: Wednesday, 5 March 2003