P-LA Caixa 2, Fragmento 017   ▸

Et exaltabit cornu populi sui (…)

Marginalia: 
The Lamego fragment and the Leon Antiphoner are the only Old Hispanic manuscripts containing this chant. It can be read in the Antiphoner on fol. 143v ( http://bvpb.mcu.es/es/catalogo_imagenes/grupo.cmd?posicion=292&path=26408&forma=&presentacion=pagina ). See RANDEL, Don M., An Index of the Mozarabic Chant, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1973, p. 328.
Folio: 
Av
Sequence: 
4
Text: 
Et exaltabit cornu populi sui (…)
Genre: 
Mode: 
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Notes: 

The melisma on 'exalTAbit' in the Lamego fragment starts on line 11 and it continues on the left border of the page. Here, there are actually two melismas running from the bottom to the top of the folio and the melisma from chant h00004a is the one on the far left. This melisma is written with the same neumatic material as the melisma found in the Leon Antiphoner. However, the melisma in Lamego has a repetition of the first neumatic segment and it it thus longer.

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