When included, the differentiae in this manuscript are written in adiastematic neumes and are commonly restricted to the "Amen" only and written in a later hand.
Differentiae codes that concord with E-Tc 44.1, E-Tc 44.2, and F-Pnm lat. 1090 are included in the "Extra" field of the original Cantus index, and entered here in the "Old Code" field. See Collamore's dissertation "Aquitanian Collections of Office Chants: A Comparative Survey." Provisional melodic transcriptions of differentiae were completed in comparison with these three manuscripts.
Collamore, Lila. Inventory of Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France - Département des Manuscrits, latin 1085. In: Cantus: A Database for Latin Ecclesiastical Chant: Inventories of Chant Sources. Directed by Debra Lacoste (2011-), Terence Bailey (1997-2010), and Ruth Steiner (1987-1996). Web developer, Jan Kolácek (2011-).
Collamore, Lila. Aquitanian Collections of Office Chants: A Comparative Survey. Ph.D. dissertation, The Catholic University of America, 2000.
Images: Compendium antiphonarii ad usum Sancti Martialis Lemovicensis, Latin 1085, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits (Source gallica.bnf.fr)
Standardized manuscript tonary completed by Rebecca Shaw (Dalhousie University) on April 1, 2018. Edited by Jennifer Bain, Sister Ilaria Culshaw, Lucia Denk, Brayden Olson, and Rebecca Shaw (Dalhousie University) on June 18, 2019.