E-ZAahp Archivo Histórico Provincial de Zamora 218
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Some content for Holy Thursday from the end of Matins, for Lauds (including remains of notated content for the Kyries Tenebrarum), and for Second Vespers. The verso has content for the opening of the first nocturn of Good Friday. An unusual set of three verses from the Lamentations of Jeremiah is found complete in the second column. The first of these is fully notated, and the second is provided with notation for the opening.
The list of musical items includes those incomplete items which remain represented in the cut columns; other items from the missing segments cannot be listed. Where certain, a lacuna has been indicated in the list of contents.
NELSON, Kathleen E., Medieval Liturgical Music of Zamora, Ottawa: Institute of Mediaeval Music, 1996.
HARDIE, Jane Morlet, The Lamentations of Jeremiah: Ten Sixteenth-Century Spanish Prints, Ottawa: Institute of Mediaeval Music, 2003.
Aquitanian notation with somewhat unusual features. The notation is generally well heighted and makes use of the page ruling lines to provide a single line staff. The quilisma seems to have the standard association with semitone placement. No other semitone markers appear to be used. Custodes are employed.