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Tableau synoptique:

L'édition de 2005 du premier tome de l'Antiphonale Monasticum propose une variante, différente de l'édition de l'AM de 1934:

à "dum INVEniri", les notes SOL SI ont été remplacées par SI DO:

 

Ce choix nous paraît mériter quelques commentaires.

 

 

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Indeed a peculiar choice. But one always has to bear in mind: "It's not the majority of manuscripts that counts". Did Saulnier have other manuscripts? Is it not in Beneventan sources? Toledo?

But where ms as SG390 and B40047 give a levate for the sol-re upwards from aquas to quaerite, there is no iusum for the same step downwards from dum to inveniri.

The other antiphons with the same intonation don't give a clue. LA2005: 066, 166, 214, 252, 257.
Several longer ant. in VII seem to like a f-a-c progression in the second part.

By the way, I can't read the siglum for F_IYmt? R 70. Where does it come from?

J'ai complété le tableau synoptique par quelques versions supplémentaires de mss (Tolède 44 02, Bénévent v 19, Monza 15-79, Vercelli 170 ....et Worcester 160) tous en faveur de la quinte RE SOL.

 F_IYmt R 70 est le manuscrit de Lyon, Musée des Tissus, en faveur de LA2005.

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