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Visigoth Antiphonal (Catedral de León) f
7th century Visigoth antiphonal. A church musical manuscript that records the songs or hymns to be sung (split between sections of a choir) on different feast and saint days during the church (liturgical) year. These musical notes have remained mostly indecipherable despite the manuscript attracting intense academic interest because of its unique status as the earliest most complete Mozarabic chant book in existence.