Römisches Gradualbuch : auszug aus der vatikanischen Ausgabe des Graduale Romanum, mit deutscher Übersetzung der Rubriken und Texte, ausgabe Schwann U1.
Breviarium Romanum ex decreto sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum. S. Pii V Pontificis Maximi / jussu editum, Clementis VIII et Urbani VIII, auctoritate recognitum. Cum officiis sanctorum novissime per summos pontifices usque ad hanc diem concessis.
Parisiis : apud. A. Le Clere
 Pars hiemalis --  Pars Verna --  Pars Aestiva --  Pars Autumnalis.
Printed in black and red.
Pars verna: xxxii, 504, ccxii, , 8, 6, 10, , 10, 46, 2, 7
1 v. (v. 1)
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