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Helsinki, National Archives, Suomen kirkkohistoriallisen seuran arkisto, kotelo 28, A 116. Liber Saguensis

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1622

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Helsinki
National Archives
Suomen kirkkohistoriallisen seuran arkisto
kotelo 28, A 116
Liber Saguensis

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Finland

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Helsinki, National Archives, Suomen kirkkohistoriallisen seuran arkisto, kotelo 28, A 116. Liber Saguensis
1622
,
Finland
(
Sauvo
).
Graduale
Fols.
Ir
:
Gradual
in
Finnish
and
Swedish
dated
1622
. Contents described in
Kurvinen 1929, 47–49
.
[Ir]
(Front page) Liber Cantus in quo Kyrie nec non Sequentiæ in Summis et Simplicibus festis atque diebus Dominicis usitatae contentientur. Anno 1622. (
Iv
is blank) (Hymns in Swedish and Finnish) Hymnus S Ambrosii et Augus(tini). O gudh wij låfwe tigh… …häpiän ala tulla.
Kyrie eleisen tempore Adventus Quadragesimae item festis Apostolorum
. Herre förbarma tigh öffwer ... ... wari tack och låff. (–v is blank)
De diebus Dominicis Cantus
. Herre förbarma tigh ... ... wari tack och låff.
Tempore Paschali
. Herre förbarma tigh ... ... Isän Jumalan herraudhes. Amen. (A slightly later hand adds ‘Biblia diu legens valet hic pietate sacerdos’) ( is blank, contains various scribblings).
Paper
40 folios
18cm × 23,5cm (15cm × 18cm)
Modern foliation in pencil in the upper margin.
1
I
+ IV
8
+ (IV–2)
14
+ 3IV
38
+ 1
39
Quire signatures marked with a letter 'A-E' and a roman numeral that appear in the lower margin of recto leaves in the first half of each quire.
The first page containing the handwritten heading has been removed from a printed book. Two leaves cropped after fol. 14. Fol. 39 has been pasted to fol. 38.
The paper is dirtied and darkened in places, but mostly the manuscript is in good condition.
One column with 8 lines of notation.
One main hand writing a steady cursive. The title-page (fol.
Ir
) gives the year
1622
, which also appears on fol. along with initials ‘S. F.’ (also found on fol. ), presumably referring to
Simon Sigfridsson Forsskål
(see also below), who held different offices in
Sauvo
church at least from 1593 to 1629.
Quadratic notation on a black four-line stave. Round notation on fols. .
Pen-drawn initials in black: large two-line intials with different ornamentation and regular one-line initials. Headings written in a different script and bolder pen.
A limp vellum binding using leaves from a
missal
of
saec. XV
(part of the
prefatio missae
), 23,5 × 36 (19 × 27,5), 10 lines of notation. The covers contained paper fillings, which have been removed (see below).
The manuscript contains liturgical songs in
Swedish
and
Finnish
. It was written in
1622
, in all likelihood by
Simon Sigfridsson Forsskåll
who has left his initials in the manuscript and is also mentioned in the fragments recovered from the covers. Forsskåll was a priest in
Sauvo
from 1593 to 1629.
The covers contained fragments of private correspondence, which have been removed and are now stored separately in the same folder. They stem mostly from
saec. XVII
. They contain, for example, circular letters of saec. XVI to the clergy, a list of persons in different parishes and a fragment mentioning 'Sigfrid Forskåll' and ‘Kyrkionnes Book Liber Saguensis’. This, along with the initials found in the manuscript, renders it likely that the manuscript was written and owned by the priest of
Sauvo
church,
Simon Sigfridsson Forsskål
, and/or by his son
Sigfrid Simonsson Forsskåll
(d.
c.
1643).
The manuscript later came into the possession of the
Wallenius
family. At some point it was passed to the
Finnish Society of Church History
, which has deposited its archives in the
National Archives of Finland
.
P. J. I. Kurvinen,
Suomen virsirunouden alkuvaiheet v:een 1640
, Helsinki 1929.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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