Notation: Added by Hand D on four staves (staff system 3) on the lower half of the page (below the Postcommunion of the plainchant Missa S. Katherina). The notation mixes mensural (white breves and one minima) with square notation (black square note = semibrevis). The same procedure can be found in the tenor of »Da pacem, domine« on f. 2, also added by Hand D.
Disposition of parts: [Superius]-[Tenor]-[Altus]-[Bassus] below each other.
Edition: Amiens 162 Edition no. 18 (PDF).
A homorhythmic, declamatory setting of a missing text consisting of four lines of six syllables; there are no cadential formulas in the preserved sections – the first three sections end on fermata-chords. It is most probable a lauda or music of similar character, and it is incomplete (1-2 lines missing). It ends without cadence, without longa-values, and without a stroke through the staves.
PWCH January 2014