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In many manuscripts there is, in fact, a type of writing that, notwithstanding the personal variations of each scribe, pos- sesses common characteristics per ductus , also in abbreviations, in the use of exponential letters, in punctuation, paper and ink.

Such similar elements, called generically littera assisiensisf are found also in two liturgical-musical manuscripts of the four- teenth century: I-Ac and I-Ac From some more detailed descriptions we can be certain that some manuscripts were well-known cf.

Biblioteca ; Alessandri, Inventario , n.

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On the liturgical-musical codices kept in the Library at Portiuncula, cf. Ziino, "Liturgia" manuscript D 18 , manuscript without identifying mark , manuscript D 13 , manu- script D 12 , manuscript D 8 and C 1 , also G. Ciliberti, "Su alcune monodie mensurali ancora inedite tramandate in fonti francescane del XIV secolo," Studi Francescani 86 : On the history of the Portiuncula, see the recent essay of U. Maria degli Angeli. Mancini and A.

Scotti Perugia, Cenci, Bibliotheca Alessandri and F. Pennachi, Inventari della Sacristia del Sacro Convento di Assisi compilati nel contenuti nel codice della Comunale di Assisi Qua- racchi, , 39, 76; B. For rubrics in the books includ- ed in I-Ac , see, for , fol.

The missal was intended for use in the Lower Basilica for the liturgical service of the main altar, and its notable size makes it clear that it was intended for use in the solemn offices in which both a deacon who read the Gospel and a subdeacon to whom was entrusted the readings and the epistle of Saint Paul took part as celebrants.

Since the Middle Ages, this missal richer in minia- tures and more significant than the evangeliarium and the lec- tionary has been the object of special attention, especially well- known through its use and for its liturgical content. The begin- ning of the codex "Incipit ordo missalis fratrum minorum secundum consuetudinem romane curie" does not mean that it was not intended for Assisi from the beginning.

That it was is supported by the fact that only the feasts of the founders are inserted into the Calendar.

According to recent studies, the per- son commissioning the codex was not St. Louis of Anjou, but Louis IX, king of France, the great patron belonging to the Fran- ciscan Third Order, who was well-known for the magnificence and richness of his gifts to the Treasury of the church of Saint Francis of Assisi.


Assirelli, 4,I1 movimento francescano e la Francia," in Francesco d'Assisi. Documenti ; Huglo, "La notation" Biblioteca ; U. He completed his studies in theology at the University of Paris c. In he was named cardinal of Santa Maria in Portico.

Many times he was on the verge of being elected pope. His codices were entered in the ancient Library of the Sacro Convento while the inventory of the sacristy of records a "white dalmatic, bro- caded in gold" that belonged to him.

Sartori, Assisi. La cappella della basilica di S. Docu- menti ; K. Ciardi Dupre dal Pogget- to, M. Assirelli, M.

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Bernabo, G. Seay, "Le manuscrit " ; Cenci, Bibliotheca , 1: 11 cf. It is possible, therefor sacristy since the early years o I-Ac [of Cardinal Orsin of tropes, sequences, and rh polyphonic compositions: th 2 for two voices; the passag 16v for three voices; the tr 53v for two voices; the sequ li lv for two voices; the seq rv for two voices; th fols.

In this interesting cultural context the Basilica of St. Franc can be seen to have been in the Middle Ages a very important center for the performance of sacred music. It was also,- and above all- a place for the creation of it.

This being so, it is cer- tainly legitimate to speak of the use of polyphonic music in gen- eral among the Friars Minor one thinks of the evidence coming to us in the Chronicle of Salimbene de Adam 30 and, in particu- lar, its use in Assisi churches and in the Basilica of St.

Francis during this period. The musical iconography of the time demon- strates this, as does the existence of some passages written in mensurable notation [measured music or music having fixed rhythm] or music written for several voices.

There are many paintings or drawings of friars in the act of singing that make one think, because of the diverse positions of their mouths, heads, and the different tension of their facial muscles, that they are performing music for several voices, singing either a kind of descant [an accompaniment to plain chant that was an early form of counterpoint] or an improvisation.

Seay, "Le manuscrit " Polifonia primitiva in fonti tardive," Quadrivium 7 : ; F. Gallo and G. In the volume Le polifonie primitive in Friuli e in Europa , ed. Petrobelli Rome, , Miscellanea Musicologica, 4, see these essays: F. Strohm, This content downloaded from These a located in the right transept of the Basilica of Saint Clare.

Francis, and a miniature to be found in I-Ac The episode, reported in many literary sources cf. Though everyone's eyes are on the Saint, the singers appear absorbed in their performance. Sym- metrically facing one another in order to be seen and heard bet- ter, the two at the right have mouths wide open with an expres- sion of effort on their faces, while those at the left appear more tranquil.

The different attitudes of the two groups of singers is not only inspired by literary sources of the Franciscan tradition cf. The Death of Saint Clare fig. Annotazioni alla relazione di base e nuove fonti" ; idem, "Cantus planus binatim in Italy and the Question of Oral and Written Tradition in Generar' Genovesi, eds.

Assisi, , Bonaventura, Legenda maior The three friars at their shoulders who probably have the duty of singing the responses to the verses of the Office, make up given the diverse position of their mouths a chorus of several voices. Since they, unlike the celebrants, are not reading, they are probably improvising the music in descant. In The Funeral of Saint Clare fig.

The Treatise on the Miracles of Saint Francis: FA:ED, vol. 2, p.

The mouth of the first one is completely open and the muscles of his face are contracted the same, to judge from the expression of the eyes, is true for the third.

The second like the fourth , though he obviously has his attention on singing, is more composed. The fresco is suggested by the Legenda Sanctae Clarae Virginis of Thomas of Celano, where, in regard to this episode, he tells how the body of the Saint was accompanied "cum hymnis et laudibus. This fresco, too, then, is valuable evidence of the diffusion of this kind of music in Italy especially since there are very few written sources known today.

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Fonti Francescane Assisi, Petrobelli and , respectively. Two have their mouths wide open, as if singing a descant, while the third has his mouth half-closed, indicating, perhaps, that he is singing long sustained note, as in the tenor of the organum, [a part sung as an accompaniment to plainsong].

The above-mentioned illumination in the ambitus gives us a written tradition of polyphonic music in Assisi.

Though from the musical iconography we know that the technique of the cantus planus binatim or antiphonal plain chant was prac- ticed throughout the city, only five manuscripts are in the corpus of written sources that has come down to us: the passage for two voices: Virgo solamen desolatorum fol. Ciliberti, "Diffusione e transmissione del Credo nelle fonti mensu- rali del tardo medioevo nuove evidenze in Italia centrale ," Musica Disciplina to be published. Biblioteca 64; Cenci, Bibliotheca , I: 27; E.

Documenti , , ; P. Fratini, E. Genovesi, and E. Lunghi, eds.

Miniature, vetrate , tarsie , oreficeria Assisi, S7 On these sources, cf. Ziino, "Polifonia 'arcaica' e 'retrospettiva' in Italia This content downloaded from The administrative books of the Basilica of St. Francis, today in the Archives of the Sacro Convento , complete this valuable body of evidence. A systematic scrutiny of them throws great light, in fact, on the singers and organists active in the Basilica in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, revealing the rich fabric of a prestigious cultural and musical environment.

These wars saw first the crushing of the Ghibellines, then the brief tyranny of Muzio di ser Francesco, which followed the con- quest of the city by the Guelf League which was, rather, a period of harsh subjugation to Perugia, the driving force of that League.

He was helped in that undertaking by another Franciscan, Blessed Mark of Aviano, who helped organize the victorious Christian army which, outnumbered three to one , against 60, , defeated the Turks and ended once and for all the Ottoman threat of land invasion into central Europe. We could still cite many other saints with the crusading spirit, such as the charitable Saint Vincent of Paul, who was planning a Crusade to North Africa in order to stop pirates and kidnappers from the Maghreb, when death overtook him.

How could such peaceful Franciscans become involved in a Crusade? Is this not in contradiction with their vocation as men of peace? When Christendom is in danger, what could be more logical than to defend and support those who defend it?

This is so much so that the same Saint Francis of Assisi set the example for his brethren: He accompanied the Fifth Crusade and courageously proclaimed its legitimacy before the sultan of Egypt himself! Saint Francis before Sultan Malik al-Kamil. Fra Angelico ca.

Baciava anche, spinto da ammirevole devozione, le loro piaghe incancrenite, lui che sarebbe ben presto diventato il buon samaritano del Vangelo. Per questo motivo il Signore gli concesse grande potenza e meravigliosa efficacia nel guarire in modo meraviglioso le malattie dello spirito e del corpo.

Costui si era recato a Roma, per visitare la tomba degli Apostoli e impetrare da loro la grazia. Vero obbediente, ritorna ad Assisi, per eseguire l'ordine della voce divina, se non altro con la mendicazione. Deposta ogni vergogna per amore del povero Crocifisso, andava a cercar l'elemosina da coloro con i quali un tempo aveva vissuto nell'abbondanza, e sottoponeva il suo debole corpo, prostrato dai digiuni, al peso delle pietre.

Tutti protendevano le mani verso l'alto e, piangendo, invocavano da Dio misericordia e luce. Proprio per disposizione della Provvidenza divina, che lo dirigeva in ogni cosa, il servo di Cristo aveva restaurato materialmente tre chiese, prima di fondare l'Ordine e di darsi alla predicazione del Vangelo.

I suoi discorsi non erano vani o degni di riso, ma ripieni della potenza dello Spirito Santo: penetravano nell'intimo del cuore e suscitavano forte stupore negli ascoltatori. Alcuni incominciarono a sentirsi incitati a penitenza dal suo esempio e ad unirsi a lui nell'abito e nella vita, lasciando ogni cosa.

Alla seconda: Non portate niente durante il, viaggio. Alla terza: Chi vuol venire dietro a me, rinneghi se stesso, prenda la sua croce e mi segua. Silvestro, giudicando secondo il criterio degli uomini, aveva in orrore il modo di vivere seguito da Francesco e dai suoi frati.

Questa apparizione fulgentissima metteva definitivamente in fuga il dragone fetido e orrendo. Questo spettacolo gli fu mostrato per tre volte. Ormai il padre santo, come la donna sterile, semplice e poverella della Bibbia, aveva partorito sette volte, e desiderava partorire a Cristo tutto quanto il popolo dei fedeli, chiamandolo al pianto e alla penitenza.Ma essa cr Page and Iohannes fi. Come a frate Currado apparve la mad. I marinai, vedendo che erano scampa Page and The Codex Faenza, Biblioteca Comunale , The musical iconography of the time demon- strates this, as does the existence of some passages written in mensurable notation [measured music or music having fixed rhythm] or music written for several voices.

Della canonizzazione di santo Franc Page and Questo uomo santissimo era.

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