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Chant Manuscript Images
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Armenian khaz neume notation [Armenian khaz neume notation.]
Matenadaran Library (Erevan, Armenia); MS. Matenadaran 1279. Probably 12th-13th century; Armenia. Khazes are a currently-undeciphered family of neume notations.
Neume notation on Hebrew text [Neume notation of a Hebrew text.]
Cambridge University, Taylor-Schechter Genizah; MS. T-S K5.41. Part of a piyyut; early 12th century; Cairo, Egypt. Italianate notation.
Text reads from right-to-left.
Chant incipits [Chant incipts.]
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek; Codex 23, p. 7. Psalter; late 9th century; East Francia (St Gall monastery). Showing chant incipts only (no neume notation).

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