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Bernard of Clairvaux, Office de saint Victor; Prologue à l'antiphonaire; Epître 389. Latin text of the Office edited by Claire Maître; introduction by Claire Maître and Gérard Dubois, OCSO; annexes by Claire Maître. Sources chrétiennes 527. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 2009. 310 pp. + 14 colour plates + CD. €64. ISBN 978 2 204 09009 4.

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1 Pp. 49–73, to which should be added the article by Ferreira, Manuel Pedro, ‘La réforme cistercienne du chant liturgique revisitée: Guy d’Eu et les premiers livres de chant cistercien’, Revue de musicologie, 89 (2003), 4756Google Scholar .

2 Smits van Waesberghe reprinted this article from Gregoriusblad (1964, pp. 227–37) as ‘Eine merkwürdige Figur und ihr musik-geometrisches Geheimnis’, in Festschrift Bruno Stäblein zum 70. Geburtstag (Kassel, 1967), 234238Google Scholar .

3 See Étaix, Raymond, ‘Le lectionnaire de l’office à Cluny’, Recherches augustiniennes, 11 (1976), 91130CrossRefGoogle Scholar (129).

4 Leclercq, Jean, ‘Saint Bernard écrivain, d’après l'office de saint Victor’, Revue bénédictine, 74 (1964), 156169CrossRefGoogle Scholar ; see also his Sancti Bernardi Opera, vol. III (Rome, 1963), 497508Google Scholar .

5 ‘Le tonaire cistercien et sa tradition’, Revue de musicologie, 89 (2003), 5791Google Scholar .

6 Benton, John, ‘Nicolas de Clairvaux and the XIIth Century Sequence’, Traditio, 18 (1962), 149191CrossRefGoogle Scholar (172).

7 See Cantus: mémoires du chant. Le livre de musique d'Isidore de Séville à Edmond de Coussemaker, ed. Bouckaert, Bruno (Neerpelt, 2007), 70Google Scholar (for a facsimile of fol. 196) and 71, no. 44, for a description by Barbara Haggh and Michel Huglo.

8 Waddell, Chrysogonus, ‘The Two Malachy Offices’, in Bernard of Clairvaux: Studies Presented to Dom Jean Leclercq, Cistercian Studies Series 23 (Washington, DC, 1973), 123160Google Scholar .

9 Troyes MS 574 (Clairvaux Z 41), ff. 12r–13v, and the five breviaries MSS 1158, 1977, 1894, 1970 and 2005 are all mentioned in Waddell, ‘The Two Malachy Offices’, 140–1.

10 Huglo, Michel, Les processionnaux manuscrits, RISM B XIV 2 (Munich, 2004), 171Google Scholar ; see also 170 (Troyes, B.M. 1957) and 434 (Gdańsk, MS 2597/1). The two Troyes manuscripts are well described by Meyer, Christian, Catalogue des manuscrits notés du Moyen Age conservés dans les bibliothèques publiques de France, vol. 2: Collections de Champagne-Ardenne (Turnhout, 2010), 208210Google Scholar ; see also pp. 173–4 for a description of Troyes, B.M. 721, mentioned above.

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