P-G (Guimarães) Arquivo Municipal Alfredo Pimenta N 010
Chants for 'Antonini' are also found in E-Tc 44.2 fol. 171v-172r but the versions do not exactly match; for instance, the Antiphon 'Elegerunt' (Cantus ID 201541) is in 7th mode in E-Tc 44.2 while it is in 1st mode in the Portuguese fragment; besides, there are some interesting textual variants in the two versions of the Antiphon 'Athleta dei Antonine' (Cantus ID 200399); finally, while the office for Antonini in P-G N 10 ends with the Antiphon for the Magnificat for the second Vespers, E-Tc 44.2 has some extra antiphons (see fol. 172v).
Chants for 'In Dedicatione Eccl.' in P-G N 10 match the office found in E-Tc 44.2 fols. 189v-190rv, except for 1) the first Invitatorium, which is 'Filiae Sion' (Cantus ID 001079) in E-Tc 44.2 while the little text one can read in the Portuguese fragment does not match any invitatorium catalogued in Cantus Index; 2) the fourth Responsory of Matins, which is 'O quam metuendus est locus' (Cantus ID 007286) in E-Tc 44.2 fol. 190v, while fragment P-G N 10 has 'Adduxisti sanctos tuos in' (Cantus ID 006031); the fifth Responsory of Matins, which is 'Mane surgens Jacob erigebat' (Cantus ID 007126) in E-Tc 44.2 while fragment P-G N 10 has 'Sanctificavit Dominus' (Cantus ID 007595).
Fol. Ar: 'A-10-?-31' is written in the bottom folded section; 'N10' (shelf-mark) is written in the same section at the left corner. Fol. Av: a later hand wrote 'Mel Slz' '1571 ... 1572' reversed with respect to the text in the bottom half of the page.
Medium-size neumes around a red line. The axis of the notation is vertical. Custodes seem to be absent. The lozenge is used consistently both in isolation and in compound neumes (ascending and descending patterns). The difference between a lozenge and a more or less square punctum is clearly defined.