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MANUSCRIPTS

ILLUSTRATING THE PROGRESS OF

MUSICAL NOTATION.


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CASE A.

CHURCH SERVICE-BOOKS, ETC.

1. France: 10th century. Hymns, in Latin; with Pneums. [Harl. MS. 2688.]

2. Italy: 11th-12th century. Hymns, proses, etc., in Latin; with Pneums. [Royal MS. 8 C. xiii.]

3. France: 11th century. Gradual or musical services for the Mass, in Latin, of the use of Toulouse ; with Pneums. [Harl. MS. 4951.]

4. England: 11th century. Hymns for special festivals, in Latin, illustrated with miniatures; with Pneums. [Cotton MS., Calig. A. xiv.]

5. England: 11th century. Antiphons and Responses, in Latin; with Pneums. [Harl. MS. 1117.]

6. England: 11th century. Litany, in Latin, sung at the coronation of Matilda, wife of William the Conqueror; with Pneums. [Cotton MS., Vitell. E. xii.]

7. England: late 11th century. Breviary, in Latin; with Pneums to the antiphons, responses, etc. [Harl. MS. 2961.]

8. Spain: 11th century. Mozarabic Antiphonal, or musical services for the canonical hours, in Latin, written in Visigothic characters; with Pneums. From the monastery of San Domingo de Silos, near Burgos. [Add. MS. 30,850.]

9. Spain: 11th century. Mozarabic Breviary, in Latin,