The following Offices are found in Analecta hymnica: Visitation, vol. 24, pp. 89-92; Margaret, vol. 28, pp. 17-19; James, vol. 26, pp. 124-126; Anne, vol. 25, pp. 52-54; Dominic, vol. 25, pp. 239-241; Aegidius, vol. 25, pp. 22-24; Elizabeth of Hungary, vol. 25, pp. 253-256; Catherine, vol. 26, pp. 197-199. The feast of Hermagoras and Fortunatus and that of the Four Virgin Martyrs (Euphemia, Dorothea, Thecla, Erasma) are Aquileian celebrations.
The manuscripts include prosulas.
All chants not found in CAO have been assigned an arbitrary number prefixed by “kra.” The differentiae are assigned a letter-number combination (the letter indicates the final pitch of the differentiae, and the number is arbitrarily assigned). Invitatory tones are not presented in complete form in these manuscripts. Codes have been provided based on comparisons of the incipits with tones found complete in other sources.
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