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A-Gu 29

Graz, Universitätsbibliothek, 29 (olim 38/8 f.)
Fourteenth-century antiphoner in two volumes (with A-Gu 30) from the Abbey of Sankt Lambrecht (Steiermark, Austria). Monastic cursus. 382 and 376 fols. 14th century
St-Lambrecht
Charles Downey, Keith Glaeske 4291
chants

A-Gu 30

Graz, Universitätsbibliothek, 30 (olim 38/9 f.)
Fourteenth-century antiphoner in two volumes (with A-Gu 29) from the Abbey of Sankt Lambrecht (Steiermark, Austria). Monastic cursus. 382 and 376 fols. 14th century
St-Lambrecht
Charles Downey, Joseph Metzinger 5490
chants

A-KN 1010

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 1010
Twelfth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Four-line dry-point staves with D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. F- and C-lines in red and yellow. Cathedral cursus. 126 parchment folios, 23.8 x 16.7 cm with a principal writing-space of 21.2 x 13.8 cm. 12th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2384
chants

409
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A-KN 1011

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 1011
Fourteenth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Five-line staves in brown ink with F- and C-lines traced in red and yellow. D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. Cathedral cursus. 247 parchment folios, 24.6 x 17.3 cm with a principal writing-space of 22.1 x 13.8 cm. 14th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2744
chants

1
melodies

A-KN 1012

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 1012
Twelfth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Four-line dry-point staff with D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. F- and C- lines in red and yellow. Cathedral cursus. 152 parchment folios, 24.7 x 16.4 cm with a principal writing-space of 19.5 x 13.2 cm. 12th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2181
chants

1306
melodies

A-KN 1013

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 1013
Twelfth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Four-line dry-point staff with D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. F- and C- lines in red and yellow. Cathedral cursus. 164 parchment folios (with several lacunae), 25.9 x 16.5 cm with a principal writing-space of 20 x 13.5 cm. 12th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2889
chants

A-KN 1015

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 1015
Fourteenth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Four-line staff in brown ink with D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. F- and C-lines in red and yellow. Cathedral cursus. 194 parchment folios, 25.6 x 18 cm with a principal writing-space of 22 x 13.7 cm. 14th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2690
chants

A-KN 1017

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 1017
Thirteenth- or fourteenth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Five-line staff in black ink with F- and C-lines traced in red and yellow. D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. Cathedral cursus. 184 parchment folios (with a misfoliation at 24), 26.5 x 18.7 cm with a principal writing-space of 20.9 x 14.7 cm; beginning missing. 13th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2220
chants

87
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A-KN 1018

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 1018
Fourteenth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Four-line staff in brown ink with F- and C-lines traced in red and yellow. D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. Cathedral cursus. 262 parchment folios, 26.3 x 18.3 cm with a principal writing-space of 21.1 x 13.2 cm. 14th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2821
chants

2343
melodies

A-KN 589

Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek, 589
Fourteenth-century antiphoner from Klosterneuburg, Austria. Five-line staves in brown ink with F- and C-lines traced in red and yellow. D-, F-, A- and C-clefs. Cathedral cursus. 159 parchment folios, 28.6 x 21.4 cm with a principal writing-space of 24 x 17 cm. 14th century
Klosterneuburg
Debra Lacoste 2867
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A-KR VI/258

Kremsmünster, Benediktiner-Stift Kremsmünster - Musikarchiv, Schachtel VI/258
Fragments of Augustinian liturgy written between 1250 and 1280 for the Augustinian cloister of St. Hippolytus in St. Pölten, Austria, now housed in the Benedictine monastery of Kremsmünster. Non-diastematic neumes. Secular cursus. 65 leaves. 13th century (2nd half)
St. Pölten
Martin Czernin 1822
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A-LIs 290

Linz, Oberösterreichische Landesbibliothek, 290 (olim 183; Gamma p.19)
Compendium of liturgical material from the twelfth through fourteenth centuries, including a breviary from the monastery of Kremsmünster, Austria (twelfth century). Non-diastematic neumes. Monastic cursus. 12th century
Kremsmünster
Martin Czernin 6214
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A-SF XI 480

Sankt Florian, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift - Bibliothek und Musikarchiv, XI 480
Fourteenth-century antiphoner. Non-diastemmatic neumes. 273 folios. Secular cursus. 14th century
St-Florian
Chia-Hsin Ho 4029
chants

A-VOR 287

Vorau, Stiftsbibliothek, 287 (olim XXIX)
Antiphoner from Salzburg, Austria. From the first half of the 14th century. Staff notation with F, C, G, and A clefs. Cathedral cursus. 339 folios. Beginning of manuscript has been lost (first folio begins in the middle of Christmas Vespers); four other lacunae. 14th century
Vorau
Charles Downey, Joseph Metzinger 5919
chants

A-Wda C-10

Wien, Diözesanarchiv, C-10
Antiphoner (Nocturnale, pars aestivalis). 305 x 215 mm. 265 numbered folios plus the added half leaf f. 131a (numbered as 131w, x in the index). 15th century
Kirnberg
Lap Kwan Kam, Mu-Kuei Ho 2307
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A-Wda C-11

Wien, Diözesanarchiv, C-11
Antiphoner (Nocturnale, pars hiemalis). 305 x 220 mm. 214 numbered folios plus a half folio added between ff. 68 and 69, numbered as 68w (recto) and 68x (verso) in the index file. F. 1 is largely torn away. (Offices with chants arranged in numerical order of modes are marked here with an asterisk.) 15th century
Kirnberg
Lap Kwan Kam 1938
chants

A-Wda D-4

Wien, Diözesanarchiv, D-4
Antiphoner (Vesperale, totius anni). 320 x 215 mm. 326 numbered folios plus two added half leaves, ff. 248a and 323a (numbered in the index as 248w, x and 323w, x respectively). Folio I and the folios between 59/60 and 120/121 have been torn away. 15th century
Kirnberg
Lap Kwan Kam 2980
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A-Wn 1799**

Wien, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek - Handschriftensammlung, 1799**
Thirteenth-century Cistercian antiphoner. Staff notation. Monastic cursus. 250 folios. 29 cm x 40.5 cm. 13th century
Rein
Elizabeth Sander 4590
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572
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A-Wn 1890

Wien, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek - Musiksammlung, 1890
12th century
Southern Germany / Austria
Robert Klugseder 5571
chants

AA Impr. 1495

Augsburg Antiphoner (1495); London, British Library, printed book IB. 6753
Vesperale. Hufnagelschrift. Cathedral cursus. 90 numbered folios. 348 x 238mm. Printed book, produced in Augsburg in 1495 by Erhard Ratdolt.
Augsburg
Andrew Mitchell 658
chants

B-DEa 9

Dendermonde, Sint-Pieters-en Paulusabdij, ms. 9
Twelfth-century parchment manuscript sent from Hildegard of Bingen’s Rupertsberg monastery to the Cistercian abbey of Villers in Brabant, Belgium in 1176. Early German staff notation in a Hufnagel style on 4-line staves, with red F-line and yellow C-line. 173 folios. 18 folios (f. 153–170v) with music notation. Last 3 fascicles (ff. 153–173) no longer attached. Several folios lost before f. 153. One folio missing between ff. 155 and 156 and another between ff. 164 and 165. 19.7 x 28.8 cms with a principal writing space of 15 x 24 cms. LITURGICAL OCCASIONS: 153r, Trinity; 153r, Mary; 157r, Trinity; 159r, Angels; 159v, Patriarchs; 160v, Apostles; 161v, John the Evangelist; 162r, Disibod, Bishop and Patron of Disibodenberg; 163r, Martyrs; 163v, Confessors; 164v, Rupert of Bingen; 165r, Virgins; 166r, Widows; 166v, Holy Innocents; 167r, 11,000 Virgin Martyrs of Cologne; 170r, Dedication of a Church 12th century (2nd half)
Rupertsberg
76
chants

76
melodies

B-TO olv 63

Tongeren, Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Kerk (Our Lady's Church), 63 (olim V)
Antiphoner copied for Our Lady’s Church in Tongeren (Tongres), Belgium in the late 14th century. Nearly identical to B-TO olv 64. Both volumes are pars hiemalis. Hufnagelschrift on a four-line staff. 496 x 345 mm. Cathedral cursus. 14th century (1375-1400)
Tongeren
Ike de Loos 3158
chants

B-TO olv 64

Tongeren, Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Kerk (Our Lady's Church), 64 (olim IV)
Antiphoner copied for Our Lady’s Church in Tongeren (Tongres), Belgium in the late 14th century. Nearly identical to B-TO olv 63. Both volumes are pars hiemalis. Hufnagelschrift on a four-line staff. 496 x 345 mm. Cathedral cursus. 14th century (1375-1400)
Tongeren
Ike de Loos 3127
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CDN-Hsmu M2149.L4

Halifax (Canada), St. Mary’s University - Patrick Power Library, M2149.L4 1554
Cistercian antiphoner from the Abbey of Salzinnes, Namur, in the Diocese of Liège. Manuscript produced on vellum and completed in 1554 and 1555. Square notation on red, 4-line staves. Monastic cursus. 238 folios with two lacunae (Volume I, f.125 and Volume II, f.32) and several inserted folios with full-page illuminations (between ff.45 and 46, ff. 50 and 51, and ff.117 and 118). 61.5 x 39.5 x 14.5 cm. 16th century (1550-1575)
Salzinnes
Jennifer Bain, Judy Dietz, Meredith Evans 2932
chants

2053
melodies

CDN-Lu M2150

London (Canada), University of Western Ontario - Music Library, M2150
Sixteenth-century “mutilated” antiphoner, possibly from the Burgos monastery in Granada, Spain. Quadratic notation on five-line black staves. Monastic cursus. 97 extant folios. 55.6 x 38.7 cm. Nineteen lacunae 16th century
Burgos (?)
Debra Lacoste 202
chants

CH-E 611

Einsiedeln, Kloster Einsiedeln - Musikbibliothek, 611
14th-century antiphoner from the monastery of Einsiedeln, Switzerland. Staff notation. Monastic cursus. 281 numbered folios (folio number 139 was skipped; in the invitatory section of the codex the folios numbered 274 and 276-77 are missing; leaves have been interpolated after ff. 106, 137, 146, 245, and 263). No other lacunae. 14th century
Einsiedeln
Mette Kjaergaard 5261
chants

4647
melodies

CH-Fco 2

Fribourg, Bibliothèque des Cordeliers, 2
Late thirteenth-century or early fourteenth-century Franciscan antiphoner. Place of origin unknown. Square notation. Cathedral Cursus. 245 folios. 45.5 x 31.5 (to 33) cm.
Franciscan
Andrew Mitchell 4062
chants

2988
melodies

CH-SGs 388

Sankt Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, 388
Twelfth-century antiphoner with later additions up to the fourteenth-century from St. Gall (modern Switzerland). 498 parchment pages, 25-25.5 x 15.5-16 cm. 12th century
St. Gallen
Susanne Hammond 5721
chants

CH-SGs 390

Sankt Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, 390

St. Gallen
Kate Helsen 2192
chants

CH-SGs 391

Sankt Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, 391

St. Gallen
Kate Helsen 3022
chants

CZ-Pst DE I 7

Praha (Prague), Strahovská knihovna (Library of the Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians at Strahov), DE I 7
"Breviarium Strigoniense." Breviary (including unnotated prayers, lessons, and other material between the chants). 13th century. Two columns per folio side. An unknown number of leaves are missing at the beginning. 13th century
Esztergom
Anna Sanda 3657
chants

CZ-Pu XIV B 13

Praha (Prague), Národní knihovna České republiky (National Library), XIV B 13
Antiphoner. First half of the fourteenth century. From the convent of Benedictine nuns at the monastery of St. George, Prague Castle. Gothic notation on a four-line staff with F- or C-clefs. F and C lines traced in red and yellow. Alternating red and blue initials. 159 parchment folios. This is the first of three volumes of the Office repertory (Advent to Easter). The Temporale and Sanctorale are separated by season. 14th century
Prague, St. George Monastery
David Eben 2000
chants

D-AAm G 20

Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Domarchiv, G 20
13th century
Aachen
Andrew Mitchell, Elizabeth Sander, Ike de Loos 6240
chants

D-B Mus. 40047

Berlin, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Mus. 40047
Eleventh-century antiphoner. Secular cursus. Late Carolingian minuscule script. Non-diastematic neumatic notation. Light to medium brown ink used for text and neumes; red ink used for rubrics, initials, etc. Leaves approximately 25 x 19 cm. Prefaced by liturgical calendar. 144 folios. 11th century
Quedlinburg
Kate Helsen 4412
chants

D-BAs lit. 25

Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, lit. 25 (olim Ed.IV.11)
Late-thirteenth-century antiphoner from Bamberg Cathedral (Bamberg, Germany). 24.5 x 17 cm. German notation on a four-line staff; F and C clefs. Cathedral cursus. 151 folios. Twenty-nine lacunae. 13th century
Bamberg
2224
chants

D-FUl Aa 55

Fulda, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Aa 55
Fourteenth- or fifteenth-century summer season antiphoner from the collegiate church of Rasdorf near Fulda, Hessen, Germany. Gothic notation on five-line staves with red F-line and yellow c-line. Cathedral cursus. 214 folios. 26 x 35.3 cm. 14th century
Rasdorf
Kate Helsen 3011
chants

D-KA Aug. LX

Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek - Musikabteilung, Aug. LX
Late twelfth-century antiphoner of which the musical notation was almost completely rewritten in the 13th/14th century. Originated in Zwiefalten; was taken from there to the abbey of Reichenau early in the 16th century. Four-line staff, with red F-line and yellow C-line; seven different notations. Monastic cursus. 276 folios. 12th century
Zwiefalten
Charles Downey, Joseph Metzinger, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore, Richard Rice 5244
chants

3
melodies

D-KNd 1161

Köln, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, 1161

Evan Campbell 2181
chants

1618
melodies

D-KNd 215

Köln (Cologne), Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, 215

Anita Hardeman 5108
chants

D-Ma 12o Cmm 1

München, Franziskanerkloster St. Anna - Bibliothek, 12o Cmm 1
Franciscan breviary from central Italy. Possibly early thirteenth century, after 1235. 170 x 110 mm. Central-Italian staff notation. Cathedral Cursus. 361 folios.
Italy
4429
chants

D-Mbs Clm 4303

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 4303
Antiphoners from the Benedictine monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra in Augsburg. All with four-line staves and square notation. Monastic cursus. Winter Temporale, 263 folios, written in 1459 by Frater Johannes from Melk, engaged by abbot Melchior von Stammheim (1458-1474).
Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 1725
chants

1359
melodies

D-Mbs Clm 4304

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 4304
Antiphoners from the Benedictine monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra in Augsburg. All with four-line staves and square notation. Monastic cursus. Commune Sanctorum, 97 folios, written in 1519 by Frater Leonhard Wagner, famous as a manuscript illuminator.
Augsburg
697
chants

455
melodies

D-Mbs Clm 4305

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 4305
Antiphoners from the Benedictine monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra in Augsburg. All with four-line staves and square notation. Monastic cursus. Sanctorale, 227 folios, written in 1459 by Frater Johannes from Melk, engaged by abbot Melchior von Stammheim (1458-1474).
Augsburg
1431
chants

1016
melodies

D-Mbs Clm 4306

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 4306
Antiphoners from the Benedictine monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra in Augsburg. All with four-line staves and square notation. Monastic cursus. Summer Temporale, 250 folios, written in 1501 by Frater Erasmus Huber, partly shortened office, especially on weekdays.
Augsburg
2050
chants

350
melodies

D-MZb A

Mainz, Bischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum, A
Antiphoner, written in the 1430s for use by the Carmelites of Mainz. Square Roman notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 278 folios (ff. 4, 5, 7, 36, 62, 68, 73, 77, 85, 88, 146, 166, 168, 175, 179, 202, 215, 233, 238 and 264 missing). 58 cm x 48 cm.
Mainz
Keith Glaeske 1266
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D-MZb B

Mainz, Bischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum, B
Antiphoner, written in the 1430s for use by the Carmelites of Mainz. Square Roman notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 302 folios (f. 266 missing). 58 cm x 40.5 cm.
Mainz
Keith Glaeske 845
chants

D-MZb C

Mainz, Bischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum, C
Antiphoner, written in the 1430s for use by the Carmelites of Mainz. Square Roman notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 334 folios (ff. 38, 91, 126, 149, 202, and 293 missing). 60.5 cm x 41.5 cm.
Mainz
Keith Glaeske 1353
chants

D-MZb D

Mainz, Bischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum, D
Antiphoner, written in the 1430s for use by the Carmelites of Mainz. Square Roman notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 281 folios (ff. 24, 30, 67, 108, 116, 125, and 186 missing). 61.5 mm x 42 cm.
Mainz
Keith Glaeske 1716
chants

D-MZb E

Mainz, Bischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum, E
Antiphoner, written in the 1430s for use by the Carmelites of Mainz. Square Roman notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 249 folios. 58.5 cm x 40.3 cm.
Mainz
Keith Glaeske 910
chants

D-Sl HB.I.55

Stuttgart, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, HB.I.55
Antiphoner from the abbey of Weingarten. Twelfth or thirteenth century. 23.5 x 17.5 cm. German neumes. Monastic cursus. 194 folios, four lacunae. 12th century
Weingarten
Keith Glaeske 4229
chants

D-TRb Abt. 95, Nr. 5

Trier, Bistumsarchiv Abt. 95, Nr. 5
11th century
Eichstätt
Alison Altstatt 133
chants

D-W 28 Helmst. (olim D-W 31)

Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek - Musikabteilung, 28 Helmst. (olim D-W 31)
16th century (1500-1525)
Kate Helsen 2645
chants

D-W 29 Helmst. (olim D-W 32)

Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek - Musikabteilung, 29 Helmst. (olim D-W 32)

Kate Helsen 2189
chants

D-WI1 2

Wiesbaden, Hessische Landesbibliothek, 2 (Riesencodex)
Twelfth-century parchment manuscript produced in the scriptorium of the Rupertsberg monastery. The codex contains nearly all of Hildegard of Bingen’s works, excluding her medical and scientific writings. 581 folios. 16 folios of musical notation (f. 466–481). Pages with musical notation are divided into two columns with 17 staves per column. Early German staff notation in a Hufnagel style on 4-line staves, with red F-line. 46 x 30 cms. LITURGICAL OCCASIONS: 466r, Trinity; 466v, Mary; 468r, Angels; 468v, Patriarchs; 469r, Apostles; 469v, John the Evangelist; 470r, Martyrs; 470r, Confessors; 470v, Disibod, Bishop and Patron of Disibodenberg; 471r, Rupert of Bingen; 471r, Virgins; 471v, 11,000 Virgin Martyrs of Cologne; 472r, Holy Innocents; 472r, Dedication of a Church; 472v, Kyrie; 473r, Trinity; 473v, Mary; 474v, Matthias, Apostle; 475r, Boniface, Archbishop and Martyr; 475v, Disibod, Bishop and Patron of Disibodenberg; 475v, Eucharius, First Bishop of Trier; 476r, Maximinus, Bishop of Trier; 476v, Rupert of Bingen; 477r, 11,000 Virgin Martyrs of Cologne; 478r, Virgins; 478v, Widows 12th century (1175-1200)
Rupertsberg
190
chants

185
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [01] I

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o I

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 562
chants

358
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [02] II

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, [02] Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o II

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 654
chants

393
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [03] III

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [03] III

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 451
chants

285
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [04] IV

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [04] IV

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 486
chants

304
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [05] V

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [05] V

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 518
chants

350
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [06] VI

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [06] VI

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 569
chants

371
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [07] VII

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [07] VII

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 394
chants

247
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [08] VIII

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [08] VIII

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 393
chants

313
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [09] IX

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [09] IX

Augsburg
491
chants

304
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [10] X

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [10] X

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 437
chants

276
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [11] XI

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [11] XI

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 393
chants

249
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [12] XII

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [12] XII

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 543
chants

301
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [13] XIII

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [13] XIII

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 529
chants

304
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [14] XIV

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [14] XIV

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 572
chants

310
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [15] XV

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [15] XV

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 280
chants

142
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [16] XVI

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [16] XVI

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 276
chants

189
melodies

DK-Kk 3449 8o [17] XVII

København (Copenhagen), Det kongelige Bibliotek Slotsholmen, Gl. Kgl. S. 3449, 8o [17] XVII

Augsburg
Robert Klugseder 396
chants

264
melodies

E-SA 5

Salamanca, Catedral - Archivo Musical, 5
Antiphoner fragment. Fourteenth or fifteenth century. 51.5 x 37 cm. Square notation on a five-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 90 surviving folios, with numbering in Roman numerals. 14th century
Salamanca
James Boyce, O. Carm. 535
chants

1
melodies

E-SA 6

Salamanca, Catedral - Archivo Musical, 6
Portion of an antiphoner. Fourteenth or fifteenth century. 49.5 x 34 cm. Square notation on a five-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 199 folios. Original Roman numbering starts on third folio with “ii,” the first folio being interpolated from a different manuscript. After f. 64v, there is a change of hand, and the foliation begins anew in arabic numerals. This secondary numbering has been changed in the CANTUS index to follow from previous system (i.e., 1r = 64w, 1v=64x, etc.) for purposes of sorting. Main hand returns with original foliation at 110r. There are other interior changes of hand, but no subsequent change of foliation. 14th century
Salamanca
James Boyce, O. Carm. 654
chants

E-SA 7

Salamanca, Catedral - Archivo Musical, 7
Portion of an antiphoner. Fourteenth or fifteenth century. 79.5 x 59.5 cm. Square notation on a five-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 89 surviving folios, wiith numbering in Roman numerals. 14th century
Salamanca
James Boyce, O. Carm. 269
chants

E-SA 8

Salamanca, Catedral - Archivo Musical, 8
Portion of an antiphoner. Fourteenth or fifteenth century. 79 x 58 cm. Square notation on a five-line staff. Same hands as Codex 7. Cathedral cursus. 95 surviving folios [including 1 interpolated folio (9w-x)], with numbering in Roman numerals. 14th century
Salamanca
James Boyce, O. Carm. 384
chants

E-Tc 44.1

Toledo, Catedral - Archivo y Biblioteca Capítulares, 44.1
Antiphoner, probably copied c. 1020-1023 at Sant Sadurní de Tavèrnoles for Abbot Ponç at the royal court of Sancho the Great. Elements of both the cathedral cursus and the monastic cursus. Semi-diastematic Aquitanian neumes. 176 folios (foliation skips from 139 to 150, but there is no lacuna). Beginning and end of manuscript missing.
Tavèrnoles
Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 4869
chants

E-Tc 44.2

Toledo, Catedral - Archivo y Biblioteca Capítulares, 44.2
Antiphoner from Toledo Cathedral, probably c. 1095. Cathedral cursus. 393 x 264 mm. Diastematic Aquitanian notation oriented around a dry-point line. 220 folios (plus five blank leaves at the beginning, and three unnumbered folios). Four lacunae. 11th century (1075-1100)
Toledo
Joseph Metzinger, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore, Richard Rice, Ronald T. Olexy 5833
chants

F-AI 44

Albi, Bibliothèque municipale Rochegude, 44
Gradual and antiphoner of the canons’ cursus; dated ca. 890; from the cathedral of Sainte-Cécile in Albi. 125 fols.; 225 x 165 mm. Mostly unnotated, but some non-diastematic Aquitanian neumes with significative letters. There are lacunae in the manuscript after folios 72, 73, and 121. The end of the manuscript is missing. 68r-72v consist of a substitute gathering, preceded by an unnumbered folio after 67 (67 bis), which is numbered 67w (recto) and 67x (verso) in the index.
Albi
Lila Collamore 2725
chants

F-AS 893

Arras, Bibliothèque municipale, 893 (olim 465)
Fourteenth-century breviary from the monastery of St.-Vaast d'Arras (Arras, France). 191 x 133 mm. Square Roman chant notation on red four-line staves; F and C clefs. Monastic cursus. 554 folios (including the six blank leaves at the beginning and seven blank leaves at the end, but not including the sixteen leaves interpolated throughout the manuscript). 14th century
Arras
Charles Downey, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 8410
chants

F-CA Impr. XVI C 4

Cambrai, Bibliothèque municipale, Impr. XVI C 4
Antiphoner printed in Paris by Simon Vostre between 1508 and 1518. 385 x 264 mm. Black square Roman chant notation on red four-line staves, with F and C clefs. Cathedral cursus. 256 leaves, foliated i-viii, 1-248.
Cambrai
Barbara Haggh-Huglo, Charles Downey, Keith Glaeske 3557
chants

F-Pnm lat. 1085

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 1085
Abbreviated antiphoner; last quarter of the 10th century; from the church of the Holy Savior (Sancti Salvatoris Mundi) in the monastery of St. Martial de Limoges. 112 fols.; 225 x 95 mm. Non-diastematic Aquitanian neumes.
St. Martial
Lila Collamore 6837
chants

F-Pnm lat. 1090

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 1090
Antiphoner from Marseille cathedral. Late-12th century (dated between 1190 and 1200). Aquitanian notation. Cathedral cursus. 281 folios. Almost complete.
Marseille
Charles Downey, Lila Collamore 4494
chants

F-Pnm lat. 12044

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 12044
Antiphoner from the Monastery of St. Maur-des-Fosses. Early 12th century. French notation on four black lines with F and C clefs. Monastic cursus. 241 folios. Beginning and end of manuscript missing; one lacuna. 12th century
St-Maur-F
Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske 5698
chants

5637
melodies

F-Pnm lat. 1240

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 1240
A liturgical compendium: troper, proser, abbreviated antiphoner, hymnal, sermons, passions, and lives of the saints (dated 12th century); from the church of the Holy Savior (Sancti Salvatoris Mundi) in the monastery of St. Martial de Limoges; early tenth century. 194 fols.; 227 x 163 mm. Aquitanian notation with superscript letters and French neumes.
St-Martial
Lila Collamore 1168
chants

F-Pnm lat. 12601

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 12601
Cluniac breviary dating from between 1064 and 1095 used in the monastery of St. Taurin l'Echelle. Probably copied for St. Taurin in a Cluniac priory in the southeastern area of the diocese of Amiens (perhaps Lihons-en-Sangterre). 335 x 237 mm. Non-diastematic neumes. Monastic cursus. 271 folios. Summer only.
St. Taurin
Keith Glaeske 2945
chants

F-Pnm lat. 15181

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 15181
Noted breviary in two volumes. Early 14th century (ca. 1300). From Notre Dame Cathedral (Paris, France). Cathedral cursus. 552 and 521 folios. 14th century
Paris
Susan Kidwell 5213
chants

3293
melodies

F-Pnm lat. 15182

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 15182
Noted breviary in two volumes. Early 14th century (ca. 1300). From Notre Dame Cathedral (Paris, France). Cathedral cursus. 552 and 521 folios.
Paris
Susan Kidwell 3728
chants

F-Pnm n.a.lat. 1411

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, nouv. acq. latin 1411
Cistercian antiphoner from the Abbey of St. Mary of Morimondo in the diocese of Milan. Second half of the twelfth century (up to 1174). Staff notation. Monastic cursus. 305 x 210 mm. Sixteenth century binding. Ff. 26 and 33 are small folios inserted later into the original manuscript.
Milan
Andrew Mitchell, Elizabeth Sander 2230
chants

F-Pnm n.a.lat. 1412

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, nouv. acq. latin 1412
Cistercian antiphoner from the Abbey of St. Mary of Morimondo in the diocese of Milan. Second half of the twelfth century (approximately 1175). Staff notation. Monastic cursus. 323 x 221 mm.
Milan
Andrew Mitchell, Elizabeth Sander 2549
chants

F-Pnm n.a.lat. 1535

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, nouv. acq. latin 1535
Early thirteenth-century antiphoner from the Cathedral of Sens, France. Cathedral cursus. 129 folios. Eight lacunae; incomplete at the end. 13th century
Sens
Charles Downey, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 2566
chants

F-R 248

Rouen, Bibliothèque municipale, 248 (olim A. 339)
Thirteenth-century antiphoner from Jumièges; Sanctorale only. 260 x 175 mm. Norman notation on four-line staves; 17r-26v and 102r-103v, square notation on 5-line staves; 139v, square notation on 4-line staves. Monastic cursus. 178ff. 13th century
Jumièges
Andrew Mitchell, Debra Lacoste 3006
chants

F-TOm 149

Tours, Bibliothèque municipale, 149
One part of a two-volume breviary from the church of St. Martin (Tours, France). 13th or 14th century. Staff notation. Cathedral cursus. 592 folios. Temporale ends at Saturday after Pentecost. Twelve lacunae. 13th century
Tours
Charles Downey 4085
chants

F-VAL 114

Valenciennes, Bibliothèque municipale, 114
12th-century antiphoner from the monastery of St. Amand, France. Staff notation, with F and C clefs. Monastic cursus. 191 folios. 12th century
Saint-Amand
Charles Downey, Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 6179
chants

GB-AB 20541 E

Aberystwyth, Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru (National Library of Wales), 20541 E
Antiphoner (Sarum Use) prepared for a non-monastic church in Wales, probably in the diocese of St. David's. Mid-fourteenth century (ca. 1320-1390). Quadratic staff notation. Cathedral cursus. Several lacunae. 324 folios.
Wales
Charles Downey, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore, Owain Tudor Edwards 5141
chants

GB-Cu Mm.ii.9

Cambridge, University Library, Mm.ii.9
Rubricated Sarum antiphoner, probably from St. Giles Abbey, an Augustinian house at Barnwell, England. From the second quarter of the thirteenth century. 34 x 24 cm. Square notation on four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 567 pages. The beginning of the manuscript--perhaps the first four gatherings--is missing, as is a gathering containing the end of the Temporale and the beginning of the Commons (pp. 609-32). 13th century
Barnwell
Joseph Metzinger, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 4798
chants

GB-Ob Can. Lit. 202

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Canon. Liturg. 202 (olim 19314)
Antiphoner. Thirteenth century, orginally from southern Germany (?). Owned in the fourteenth century by the collegiate church of St. Peter’s in Sondrio (Lombardy). Non-diastematic neumatic notation. 152 folios (2 blank at both beginning and end); 20 lines per folio. 255 x 195 mm. According to van Dijk, “capitals mostly in red with yellow brushstrokes, some coloured initials.” 13th century
Germany
Andrew Mitchell, Kate Helsen 4299
chants

GB-Ob Laud Misc. 284

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Laud Misc. 284
12th century
Würzburg
Kate Helsen 4260
chants

GB-WO F.160

Worcester, Cathedral - Music Library, F.160 (olim 1247) (with hymnal)
Compendium of liturgical material, including an antiphoner, from Worcester Cathedral, England. Dated c. 1230, with fourteenth-century additions. Quadratic notation on four red line staves. Monastic cursus. 354 folios. One lacuna.
Worcester
Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 8118
chants

GB-WO F.160 (Facs)

Worcester, Cathedral - Music Library, F.160 (olim 1247) (facsimile)
Compendium of liturgical material, including an antiphoner, from Worcester Cathedral, England. Dated c. 1230, with fourteenth-century additions. Quadratic notation on four red line staves. Monastic cursus. 354 folios. One lacuna.
Worcester
Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 7637
chants

GOTTSCHALK

Gottschalk Antiphoner (fragments)
Late twelfth-century antiphoner from Lambach Abbey, Austria. Neumatic notation. Text, illuminations, and notation by Gottschalk of Lambach. Monastic cursus. Dismantled in late 15th century and fragments dispersed for various uses. 30 surviving folios. 33.4 x 24.4 (23.8 x 16.5) cm. 12th century
Lambach Abbey
Lisa Fagin Davis 1357
chants

H-Bu lat. 118

Budapest, Egyetemi Könyvtár (University Library), lat. 118
Franciscan Antiphoner. Fourteenth century. 485 x 325 mm. Square notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 249 folios, including three interpolated leaves (ff. 85, 135, and 235). 14th century
Franciscan
Andrew Mitchell 1672
chants

H-Bu lat. 119

Budapest, Egyetemi Könyvtár (University Library), lat. 119
Franciscan Antiphoner. Fourteenth century. 485 x 335 mm. Square notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 129 folios, including eleven interpolated leaves (ff. 1a-1b, 17, 23, 29, 69, 71-2, 101, 125-7); one lacuna. 14th century
Franciscan
Andrew Mitchell 673
chants

H-Bu lat. 121

Budapest, Egyetemi Könyvtár (University Library), lat. 121
Franciscan Antiphoner. Fourteenth century. 522 x 340 mm. Square notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 142 folios, including seven interpolated leaves (ff. 110-2, 123-6). 14th century
Franciscan
Andrew Mitchell 800
chants

H-Bu lat. 122

Budapest, Egyetemi Könyvtár (University Library), lat. 122
Franciscan Antiphoner. Fourteenth century. 477 x 310 mm. Square notation on a four-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 179 folios, including six interpolated leaves (ff. 63-68). 14th century
Franciscan
Andrew Mitchell 1015
chants

HR-Hf Cod. C

Dubrovnik, Franjevački Samostan (Franciscan Monastery), Cod. C

Venice
Ana Cizmic 642
chants

HR-Hf Cod. D

Dubrovnik, Franjevački Samostan (Franciscan Monastery), Cod. D

Venice
Ana Cizmic 860
chants

HR-Hf Cod. E

Dubrovnik, Franjevački Samostan (Franciscan Monastery), Cod. E

Venice
Ana Cizmic 1399
chants

HR-Hf Cod. F

Dubrovnik, Franjevački Samostan (Franciscan Monastery), Cod. F

Venice
Ana Cizmic 741
chants

I-Ac 693

Assisi, Biblioteca comunale, 693
Franciscan breviary from central Italy. First half of the thirteenth century. Leaves approximately 260 x 185 mm. Small square notation and central-Italian staff notation. Cathedral Cursus. 249 folios, various scribal hands. 13th century
Italy
Andrew Mitchell 2662
chants

1907
melodies

I-Ac 694

Assisi, Biblioteca comunale, 694
Franciscan breviary from central Italy. First half of the thirteenth century. Leaves approximately 270 x 190 mm. Small square notation and central-Italian staff notation. Cathedral Cursus. 392 folios and 3 flyleaves; various scribal hands. 13th century
Italy
Andrew Mitchell 3985
chants

I-Ad 5

Assisi, Cattedrale San Rufino - Archivio e Biblioteca, 5
Franciscan antiphoner from central Italy. Apparently thirteenth century, after 1235. 410 x 300mm. Central-Italian staff notation. Cathedral Cursus. 550 pages.
Italy
Andrew Mitchell 3295
chants

I-AO 6

Aosta, Seminario Maggiore - Biblioteca, 6
Early thirteenth-century antiphoner said to be from the Collegiate church of Sant’Orso (St. Ours), Aosta. Square neumes on a four-line staff with F and/or C clefs; the F line is coloured. Cathedral cursus. 143 folios. One lacuna (after f. 89). Begins at Passion Sunday. 13th century
S. Orso
Debra Lacoste 2836
chants

I-BV 19

Benevento, Archivio Capitolare, V 19
Pars hiemalis and pars aestiva, respectively, of a liber typicus (combined breviary and missal) for non-monastic use. 12th century. From Benevento, Italy. Fully-diastematic Beneventan neumes oriented around a single dry-point line. Occasional quilismas. Several lacunae. 279 and 300 folios. Although these manuscripts include chants for the Mass as well as the Office, only the Office chants are listed in this index. 12th century
Benevento
Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 2061
chants

I-BV 20

Benevento, Archivio Capitolare, V 20
Pars hiemalis and pars aestiva, respectively, of a liber typicus (combined breviary and missal) for non-monastic use. 12th century. From Benevento, Italy. Fully-diastematic Beneventan neumes oriented around a single dry-point line. Occasional quilismas. Several lacunae. 279 and 300 folios. Although these manuscripts include chants for the Mass as well as the Office, only the Office chants are listed in this index. 12th century
Benevento
Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 1429
chants

I-CHV

Chiavenna, Tesoro della Collegiata di S. Lorenzo - Museo Capitolare, s.c.
Eleventh-century antiphoner from Chiavenna, Italy. Messine neumes. Cathedral cursus. 98 folios (incomplete). 11th century
Chiavenna
Shannon Carter 1972
chants

I-Far

Firenze (Florence), Arcivescovado - Biblioteca, s.c.
Twelfth-century antiphoner from Florence Cathedral (Firenze, Italy). Staff notation. Cathedral cursus. 290 folios. Three lacunae. 12th century
Firenze
Charles Downey, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 4606
chants

I-Fl Conv. sopp. 560

Firenze (Florence), Biblioteca Medicea-Laurenziana, Conv. sopp. 560
Late twelfth-century antiphoner from the monastery of Vallombrosa, Italy. Dry-point line with clef. Monastic cursus. 228 folios. Four lacunae; end of manuscript missing? 12th century
Vallombrosa
Charles Downey, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore 3629
chants

I-Lc 601

Lucca, Biblioteca Capitolare Feliniana e Biblioteca Arcivescovile, 601
Early twelfth-century antiphoner, used at Pozzeveri, Italy (Camaldolese). Central Italian neumes on dry-point staves, with coloured F- and C-lines. Monastic cursus. 560 parchment pages, 36.5 x 25.5 cm. Complete Temporale and Sanctorale. 12th century
Pozzeveri
Robert Klugseder 4167
chants

I-MC 542

Montecassino, Monumento Nazionale di Montecassino - Biblioteca, 542
Antiphoner from Monte Cassino. 12th century. Beneventan notation on a dry-point staff. Incomplete, containing only the pars hiemalis, with lacunae at the beginning and between the Advent Ember Days and Christmas. 194 pages. 12th century
MonteCassino
Katarina Livljanic 1829
chants

I-MZ 15/79

Monza, Basilica di S. Giovanni Battista - Biblioteca Capitolare e Tesoro, 15/79
12th-century antiphoner from St. Mayeul (Pavia, Italy). Dry- point staff. Cathedral cursus. 273 folios. Almost complete (ends in the Common of Apostles). 12th century
Pavia
Charles Downey, Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske 3296
chants

I-Nn vi.E.20

Napoli, Biblioteca nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, vi. E. 20
Franciscan breviary from central Italy. Second half of the thirteenth century. 200 x 155mm. Central-Italian staff notation. Cathedral Cursus. 429 folios. 13th century
Italy
Andrew Mitchell 4582
chants

I-PCsa 65

Piacenza, Basilica di S. Antonino - Biblioteca e Archivio Capitolari, 65
An antiphoner that forms one section of the twelfth-century Liber Officium of Piacenza Cathedral, Piacenza, Italy. 480 x 340 mm. Central-Italian notation on a dry-point staff, with the F-line colored red. Cathedral cursus. 450 folios. 12th century
Piacenza
Keith Falconer, Keith Glaeske, Lila Collamore, Richard Rice 5457
chants

I-Rv C.5

Roma, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, C.5
Notated Antiphoner, from the late eleventh or early twelfth century. Written at Rome, used until 1219 by the Benedictines of San Sisto (now San Sisto on the Via Appia), then taken to Sant'Eutizio di Norcia. 19 x 32 cm. Italian neumes on a four-line drypoint staff; red F-line; C-clef. Monastic cursus. 310 folios; beginning fascicle missing. 11th century
Roma
Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske 6224
chants

I-Rvat Capp.Sist.27

Città del Vaticano (Roma), Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cappella Sistina 27
Antiphoner copied during the reign of Pope Julius II (probably 1510) for use in the Sistine Chapel. Staff notation. Covers only the beginning of the liturgical year (ends at Octave of Epiphany). 149 folios.
Rome
Charles Downey 441
chants

I-Rvat lat. 8737

Città del Vaticano (Roma), Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, lat. 8737
Franciscan breviary from central Italy. Possibly thirteenth century, after 1232. 215 x 152 mm. Central-Italian staff notation. Cathedral Cursus. 301 folios.
Italy
Andrew Mitchell 3670
chants

I-Rvat SP B.79

Città del Vaticano (Roma), Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, San Pietro B.79
Twelfth century antiphoner of St. Peter's containing the Old Roman repertory of liturgical chant. Central-Italian notation on a dry-point staff with the F-line in red and the c-line in yellow. F- and c-clefs. Cathedral Cursus. 350 x 250 mm. 11 lines of music per side. Ff. 188r-194r, 14 lines of music per side. Ff. 193v-195v, 16 lines of music per side. 197 folios. 12th century
Rome
Andrew Mitchell 3115
chants

2677
melodies

MA Impr. 1537

Münster Antiphoner (1537)
Antiphoner printed in Cologne by Hero Alopecius (Fuchs) in 1537 for the diocese of Münster in Westphalia: Antiphonarium, Omnia pia Canonicarum horarum cantica: secundum ordinem atque vsum Ecclesie et diocesis Monasteriensis: complectens, iam primum summa diligentia excusum. 425 x 290 mm. Hufnagelschrift on five-line staves with F and C clefs. Cathedral cursus. 490 leaves, printed foliation (with mistakes) 2-501, fol. 330 follows fol. 319 and fol. 493 follows fol. 491 (without lacunae).
Muenster
Danette Brink, Morné Bezuidenhout 5809
chants

NL-DHk 70 E 4

Den Haag, Koninklijke Bibliotheek - Nationale Bibliotheek van Nederland, 70 E 4
Liturgical compendium from Our Lady’s church in Tongres (Limbourg, Belgium) containing, among other things, several Offices, dating from the 12th to the 14th centuries. 290 x 205 mm.; 117r-121v, 235 x 160 mm. Hufnagelschrift, several hands. 127 folios. In the CANTUS index, only the Offices provided with music are entered. 12th century
Tongeren
Ike de Loos 333
chants

NL-Uu 406 (3 J 7)

Utrecht, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Ms. 406 (shelfmark 3 J 7)
Antiphoner from St. Mary's Church (Utrecht, the Netherlands). 12th century with some 13th-, and 14th- or 15th-century additions. Staff notation. Cathedral cursus. 256 folios. 12th century
Utrecht
Charles Downey 6265
chants

4871
melodies

NL-ZUa 6

Zutphen, Stadsarchief en Stedelijke Bibliotheek, 6
Antiphoner containing chants for the summer; dated to the first half of the 15th century (with additions from the second quarter of the 16th century). At one time, it belonged to the Zutphen chapter. Hufnagelschrift on a four line staff; c- and f-clef, sometimes g-clef. 15th century
Zutphen
Ike de Loos 3771
chants

PL-KIk 1

Kielce, Biblioteka Kapituły Katedralnej, Ms. 1
Antiphoner from Kielce (Poland), written in 1372 by Chwalisław (Falislaus) from Nysa (in Silesia), vicar in the collegiate church of Kielce, engaged by Mikołaj Goworek (Nicolaus Goworkonis, d. 1376), canon in Krakow, Kielce and Sandomierz. Gothicized Messine-German notation on a 5-line staff. Cathedral cursus. 287 folios. 27 x 39 cm.
Kielce
Bartosz Izbicki 6260
chants

38
melodies

PL-Kkar 1 (Rkp 12)

Kraków, Klastor OO. Karmelitów na Piasku (Carmelite Convent), Ms.1 (rkp. Perg. 12)
Antiphoner. 402 pp. Writing Material: parchment. 340 x 510 mm. Secular cursus.
Kraków
James Boyce, O. Carm. 1587
chants

PL-Kkar 2 (Rkp 14)

Kraków, Klastor OO. Karmelitów na Piasku (Carmelite Convent), Ms.2 (rkp. Perg. 14)
Antiphoner. 270 ff. Writing Material: parchment. 350 x 520 mm. Secular cursus.
Kraków
James Boyce, O. Carm. 2064
chants

PL-Kkar 3 (Rkp 15)

Kraków, Klastor OO. Karmelitów na Piasku (Carmelite Convent), Ms.3 (rkp. Perg. 15)
Antiphoner. 205 ff. Writing Material: parchment. 475 x 345 mm. Secular cursus.
Kraków
James Boyce, O. Carm. 2253
chants

PL-Kkar 4 (Rkp 20)

Kraków, Klastor OO. Karmelitów na Piasku (Carmelite Convent), Ms.4 (rkp. Perg. 20)
Antiphoner. 203 pp. Writing Material: parchment. 410 x 290 mm. Secular cursus. 15th century
Kraków
James Boyce, O. Carm. 1120
chants

PL-Kkar 5 (Rkp 13)

Kraków, Klastor OO. Karmelitów na Piasku (Carmelite Convent), Ms.5 (rkp. Perg. 13)
Antiphoner. 140 ff. Writing Material: parchment. 510 x 350 mm. Secular cursus. 15th century
Kraków
James Boyce, O. Carm. 1605
chants

PL-WRu I F 401

Wroclaw, The University Library F 401
13th century (1275-1300)
Robert Bernagiewicz 3536
chants

3115
melodies

PL-WRzno 12025/IV

Wrocław, Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich, Biblioteka, Rkp. 12025/IV
Antiphoner. 201 pp. Writing Material: parchment. 500 x 360 mm. Secular cursus.
Kraków
James Boyce, O. Carm. 827
chants

SI-Lna 18 (olim 17)

Ljubljana, Nadškofijski arhiv (Archiepiscopal Archives), 18 (olim 17)
The explicit of this antiphoner indicates that it was copied in August 1491 by a certain Ioannes von Werd de Augusta (from Augsburg). Both manuscripts 18 and 19 were very probably commissioned by the parish church of Kranj (German: Krainburg) in the former Habsburg province of Carniola, now in Slovenia. They were a part of the medieval library of the parish church of Kranj and came to their present location during World War II. MS 18 is written in late Gothic notation; a diamond-shaped punctum is used for a single tone rather than a virga. The neumes are written on four-line, red staves. Secular cursus. 248 folios (fols. 8 and 9 are missing). 57.2 x 39.9 cm, principal writing space 45.2 x 28 cm. 12 lines on each side. 15th century (1475-1500)
Kranj
Jurij Snoj 3547
chants

SI-Lna 19 (olim 18)

Ljubljana, Nadškofijski arhiv (Archiepiscopal Archives), 19 (olim 18)
The manuscript was most probably written by the same scribe as MS 18; however, there is no explicit or any other inscription concerning the date and place of its production. In view of the explicit of the MS 18, it is arguable that the manuscript came into being immediately after MS 18, which means during the last months of 1491 or at the beginning of 1492. The notation is of the same type as in MS 18. Secular cursus. 236 folios (8, 137 and 138 are missing). 55 x 39.3 cm; principal writing space 41.4 x 27.9 cm. 11 lines on each side.
Kranj
Jurij Snoj, Ksenija Brišar, Mojca Fir 2535
chants

TR-Itks 42

Istanbul, Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi, Deissmann 42
Antiphoner. "The Istanbul Antiphoner." 303 ff. Lacuna between ff. 203 and 204. 465 x 316 mm. Secular cursus. Staff Notation: Esztergom (Hungarian) notation for first 294 folios. Ff. 295-303 consist of additions in different scripts.
Esztergom
Shannon Carter 6071
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US-Cn 24

Chicago, Newberry Library, 24
Franciscan breviary from central Italy. Thirteenth century, possibly from the first half. 197 x 140 mm. Central-Italian staff notation. Cathedral Cursus. 266 folios and 2 paper flyleaves. 13th century
Italy
Andrew Mitchell 4592
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