The Proper Office for St Pancras (Pancratius) in the Cluniac Breviary-Missal of Lewes, Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, Ms. 369

Authors

  • David Hiley University of Regensburg, Germany

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.59.1-2.45-67

Keywords:

plainchant, saints’ offices, historiae, Cluniac

Abstract

A plainchant office (historia) for St Pancras was composed for the Cluniac monastery dedicated to the saint at Lewes, Sussex, England. The style of its Latin texts and melodies suggests a date close to the foundation of the monastery in 1077.

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Published

22.12.2023

How to Cite

Hiley, D. (2023). The Proper Office for St Pancras (Pancratius) in the Cluniac Breviary-Missal of Lewes, Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, Ms. 369. Musicological Annual, 59(1-2), 45–67. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.59.1-2.45-67