Links, Select Bibliography, and Further Reading

Links to other digitized Franciscan sources*

AU-Ssl 273
    Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, Richardson 273, Rimini Antiphonal
CH-Fco 2 CH-Fco 6 CH-Ocs 4 I-Ac 693, 694 I-Ac 695 US-NYcub Plimpton 34
    * When available, each manuscript siglum is linked to its corresponding record in CANTUS.

Select bibliography and further reading (books and articles)

  • Hilarin Felder, Die liturgischen Reimofficien auf die heiligen Franciscus und Antonius: gedichtet und componiert durch fr. Julian von Speier (Freiburg: Universitaets-Buchhandlung, 1901).
  • [Eusèbe Clop], Cantus varii in usu apud Nostrates ab origine Ordinis, aliaque carmina in decursu sæculorum pie usu parta (Rome &c.: Typis Societatis S. Joannis Evangelistæ, Desclée, Lefebvre & Soc., 1902).
  • Michael Bihl, “Julian of Speyer”, in The Catholic Encyclopedia (New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1910).
  • Bonaventurae Marrani (ed.), Antiphonale Romano-Seraphicum pro horis diurnis; a Sacra Rituum Congregatione recognitum et approbatum, atque auctoritate (Torunai, Paris: Societatis S. Ioannis Evangelistae, Desclée, 1928).
  • Michael Bihl, Statuta generalia ordinis edita in capitulis generalibus celebratis Narbonae an. 1260, Assisii an. 1279 atque Parisiis an. 1292: (editio critica et synoptica) (Ad Claras Aquas, Florentiae: Collegii S. Bonaventurae, 1941).
  • S. J. P. van Dijk, “The Breviary of St. Francis”, Franciscan Studies 9 (1949), 13.
  • Elisio Bruning, Cantuale romano-seraphicum (Paris, Tornai, Rome: SSJE, Desclée, 1951).
  • S. J. P. van Dijk, “The liturgical legislation of the Franciscan rules”, Franciscan Studies 12/2 (1952), 176-95.
  • S. J. P. van Dijk, “Some manuscripts of the earliest Franciscan liturgy [1]”, Franciscan Studies 14 (1954), 225-64.
  • Aurelianus [S. J. P.] van Dijk, “Il culto di Santa Chiara nel medio evo”, in Santa Chiara d’Assisi, studia e cronaca del VIIo centenario 1253-1953 (Assisi: Comitato Centrale per VII Centenario Morte S. Chiara, 1954), 155-205.
  • S. J. P. van Dijk, “Some manuscripts of the earliest Franciscan liturgy [2]”, Franciscan Studies 16 (1956), 60-99.
  • Giuseppe Abate, “Il primitivo breviario francescano (1224-1227)”, Miscellanea Francescana 60 (1960), 47-240.
  • S. J. P. van Dijk and Joan Hazelden Walker, The origins of the modern Roman liturgy: the liturgy of the papal court and the Franciscan order in the thirteenth century (London: Darton, Longman and Todd; Westminster, Md.: Newman Press, 1960).
  • The Liber usualis with introduction and rubrics in English edited by the Benedictines of Solesmes (Tournai, New York: Desclee Company, 1961).
  • S. J. P. Van Dijk, Sources of the modern Roman liturgy: the ordinals by Haymo of Faversham and related documents (1243-1307) (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1963), 2 vols.
  • John Harper, The forms and orders of Western liturgy from the tenth to the eighteenth century: a historical introduction and guide for students and musicians (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991).
  • Miri Rubin, Corpus Christi: the eucharist in late medieval culture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991).
  • Michel Huglo, “Notated performance practises in Parisian chant manuscripts of the thirteenth century”, Plainsong in the age of polyphony (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992), 32-44.
  • Emilie Julia Wingo Shinnick, The manuscript Assisi, Biblioteca Del Sacro Convento, Ms. 695: a codicological and repertorial study (Ph.D dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1997).
  • Andrew Hughes, “Late medieval plainchant for the divine office”, in Reinhard Strohm and Bonnie J. Blackburn (eds), The new Oxford history of music, vol. 3, part 1, new edition: music as concept and practice in the late middle ages (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), 31-96, esp. 66-74.
  • Andrew W. Mitchell, The chant of the earliest Franciscan liturgy (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 2003).
  • Barbara R. Walters et al. (Vincent Justus Corrigan, Peter T. Ricketts), The feast of Corpus Christi (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006).
  • David Hiley, Gregorian chant (Cambridge introductions to music) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).
  • John Haines (ed.), The calligraphy of medieval music (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011).
  • Margot Fassler, Anthology for music in the medieval West (New York: W. W. Norton, 2014).