Gottschalk Antiphoner (fragments)

Siglum
GOTTSCHALK
Century
Provenance
Order
Male/Female
Notation
Differentiae type
Information on differentia

Differentiae are identified in the Gottschalk Antiphoner fragments by tonary letters. Here, the tonary letters are interpreted using the tonary in Engelberg 102 (ff. 139v-141r). Transcriptions of the adiastematic neumes are based on Die Sankt-Gallischen Tonarbuchstaben by P. Ephrem Omlin. Also see the rationale of the transcription of adiastematic neumed differentiae into pitched notation in Rebecca Shaw's thesis.

Sources

Davis, Lisa Fagin. Inventory of Gottschalk Antiphoner (fragments). Edited by Charles Downey. In: Cantus Manuscript 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-).

Omlin, Ephrem. Die Sankt-Gallischen Tonarbuchstaben. Engelberg: Stiftsdruckerei, 1934.

Contains 28 unique differentiae
Diff. ID Melodic transcription Mode Old code
67a 1--h-h-hg-gf-gh-gh--4 Mode 1 ag
66b 1--h-h-hg-gf-g-ghg--4 Mode 1 aq
66r 1--h-h-hg-gf-gh-g--4 Mode 1 a
64i 1--h-h-hg-gf-g-gh--4 Mode 1 ah
70b 1--h-h-hg-gf-gh-gfd--4 Mode 1 ab
52a 1--h-h-h-g-h-g--4 Mode 1 ap
152f 1--f-f-f-fe-cd-d--4 Mode 2 e
92a 1--k-k-k-hk-h-gF--4 Mode 3 ik
86b 1--k-k-k-h-k-k--4 Mode 3 ib
135a 1--k-k-k-k-kl-k--4 Mode 3 id
97a 1--k-k-k-h-k-jh--4 Mode 3 i
43a 1--h-g-h-k-g-ef--4 Mode 4 od
45a 1--h-g-h-k-g-eg--4 Mode 4 o
158a 1--h-g-h-k-hG-efed--4 Mode 4 og
240e 1--h-g-h-k-hg-e--4 Mode 4 oc
40a 1--h-g-h-k-g-gh--4 Mode 4 oh
129a 1--k-k-l-j-k-h--4 Mode 5 v
131a 1--k-k-l-j-k-hg--4 Mode 5 vb
7a 1--h-h-f-gh-g-f--4 Mode 6 H
144a 1--l-l-m-l-k-jk--4 Mode 7 yd
147c 1--l-l-m-l-lk-l--4 Mode 7 yb
148b 1--l-l-m-l-k-lk--4 Mode 7 yg
143b 1--l-l-m-l-k-jh--4 Mode 7 yc
141a 1--l-l-m-l-k-k--4 Mode 7 yh
159a 1--k-k-k-kj-h-ghg--4 Mode 8 wd
113e 1--k-k-k-kj-h-g--4 Mode 8 w
135b 1--k-k-k-k-kl-k--4 Mode 8 wg
114c 1--k-k-k-kj-h-gh--4 Mode 8 wb