Music Notation

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MS in Latin on vellum, Norway (or Denmark?), 15th c., 8 lines in Norwegian cursive book script, + 8 lines of "Tête de marteau" notation on a 4-line staff, of a Scandinavian type, with C-clef indicated.
MS in Latin on vellum, Liège, Belgium, 15th c., lines in Gothic book script of high grade and medium quality, music in Hufnagel notation on a red 5-line staff, C- and F-clefs indicated, 8 painted initials, 2 initials with penwork.
MS in Latin on vellum, Germany, 14th c., 14 lines in a formal Gothic book script of medium quality, 14 lines of Hufnagel notation on a 4-line staff, C- and F-clefs indicated, rubrics in red, 2 2-line initials in blue or red.

MS in Latin on vellum, Germany, late 14th c, 31 lines remaining in a formal Gothic book script, Metz- German Gothic notation on a red 4-line staff with C and F clef.

MS in Latin on vellum, Germany, mid 14th c., 33 lines in a formal Gothic book script of high grade, Metz-German Gothic notation on a 4-line staff with C clef, 1- to 6-line initials in red or blue, 2 3- to 4-line initials in burnished gold.

MS in Latin on vellum, England, late 12th c., 2 ff., 28x21 cm, 2 columns, (23x15 cm), 25-26 lines in Romanesque book script of good quality, English neumes on a 4-line red staff with C clef, 2-to-5-line initials in red or green.

MS in Latin on vellum, St. Denis/St. Evrault region, Northern France, 12th c., 10 lines in a formal Romanesque book script, Cistercian neumes on a 4-line staff, with C- and F-clefs indicted,, 15 initials in red, blue or green, 2 large decorated initials in red.

MS in Latin on vellum, France(?), mid 12th c., 36 lines remaining in Romanesque book script, Cistercian neumes on a 4-line staff, red F-line and occasional green line, penwork initials of ornamental leafy designs.

MS in Latin on vellum, North Spain, 2nd half of 11th c., 3 lines in Carolingian minuscule, 4 lines of Catalan neumes on a single-line red F staff, a large, 7x7 cm, initial A in blue and red with red flourishing.
MS in Latin on vellum, Montecassino, Italy, 2nd half of 12th c., 6 lines remaining in a very fine Beneventan minuscule of the Montecassino type, 6 lines of Beneventan neumes on a single line red F-staff, variously sized initials some with fine interlaced design.
MS in Latin on vellum, Bologna, Italy, 11th c., 34 lines in an archaistic Carolingian minuscule, headings in red, Bologna diastematic ( heightened) staffless neumes, 9 initials in red, a Maltese type cross.
MS in Latin on vellum, Italy, ca. 1000, 11 lines remaining in Carolingian minuscule, 12 lines of Toscana diastematic (heightened) staffless neumes with the C clef indicated for each line, initial A in red, smaller red initials, some uncial.