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    Victimæ Paschali (Gregorian Chant)
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    Victimæ Paschali (Gregorian Chant)

    Tallone, Victimae Paschali, (Gregorian Chant) on paper.
    The notes of the song were printed in two distinct colour passages, in the manner of the ancient antiphonaries.
    Tallone publishing does not use rapid monotype or linotype keyboard composition systems, often confused with manual typography. It also does not use digital compositions transferred onto plastic (photopolymer) matrices.

    A unique Gregorian musical typography printer is in use at the Tallone Publishing Company. Due to the complex interlocking relation between notes and tetragrammaton, the hand-made composition of Gregorian chant is one of the most challenging trials in the art of typography.By virtue of its characteristics, this print is a prestigious collector’s object, made to last over time.

    $ 172.00

    or 3 installments of $ 57.33 without interestsKlarnai

    Tallone, Victimae Paschali, (Gregorian Chant) on paper.<br>The notes of the song were printed in two distinct colour passages, in the manner of the ancient antiphonaries. <br>
    Tallone publishing does not use rapid monotype or linotype keyboard composition systems, often confused with manual typography. It also does not use digital compositions transferred onto plastic (photopolymer) matrices.
<br>A unique Gregorian musical typography printer is in use at the Tallone Publishing Company. Due to the complex interlocking relation between notes and tetragrammaton, the hand-made composition of Gregorian chant is one of the most challenging trials in the art of typography.By virtue of its characteristics, this print is a prestigious collector’s object, made to last over time.

    Among the excellences published by Tallone Editore, the Gregorian Chant Victimae Paschals is a small exquisite jewel among many prestigious editions. Composed by hand in movable type, stamped with a typographic press and printed on pure cotton Umbria paper, specially set up by hand at the Fabriano Paper Museum. As with other Tallone printed products, this Gregorian Chant is the result of highly skilled craftsmanship, exercised on quality raw materials using antique typographic techniques. The Latin text treats the theme of the Passion of Christ, in a heartfelt duel between life and death. It was hand set in Garaldus characters, cast by Nebiolo of Turin. The musical notes, on the other hand, were printed by hand-engraved punches, applied by Théodore Beaudoire and cast in Paris by Debemy in the nineteenth century.


    Handwritten composition of movable type, printed on printing press

    Printed on pure cotton Umbria paper, set up by hand at the Fabriano Paper Museum

    Musical characters hand-engraved on metal punches by Théophile Beaudoire and cast in Paris by Debemy in the 19th century

    Latin text composed by hand with Garaldus characters, cast by Nebiolo of Turin


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