Parchment, 1 bifolium cropped at the margins. Presumably the second and seventh leaves of a quire of 8.2 columns of 40 lines; ruled in lead. Ff. 1r-v and 2r-v in two different hands; (i) early gothic bookhand; (ii) late conservative Caroline minuscule script; brown ink. 2-line in initials in the text in red; rubrics in red minuscule; neumes of St. Gall type.
Antiphonal. Parchment, 1 leaf cropped at margins. 12 lines of text with music; ruling not discernible. Liturgical gothic bookhand (littera textualis formata); dark brown ink. Primary initials alternately red and blue; initials in the text are elaborate brown majuscule slashed with red; music in square notation on staves of 4 red lines. A gothic cursive hand (s. XV) entered several notes on the recto, upside down, when leaf was a pastedown, including "Averrois commentator cum titulos fidei voluit probare rationibus nec potuit quare apostata in fede factus est"; "Sanctus Vincentius ordinis predicatorum habuit illum donum gratie, quod loquebatur suo sermone intelligibatur ab omnibus hominibus diversarum nationum." Used as a pastedown in binding: the verso is badly rubbed.
Parchment, 1 leaf cropped at top, originally the central bifolium of a quire. 10 lines of text with music survive; ruled in ink. German conservative ordinary minuscule verging on gothic; brown ink. On the verso 3- line plain capital initial in red; initials in the text touched with red; rubrics in red minuscule; line-fillers are simple waving lines; music on staves of 4 brown lines, with F and C marked; German notation transitional to gothic, in black ink.
Parchment, 1 leaf. 29 long lines; drypoint ruling. Late upright Caroline minuscule script, showing the insular abbreviation for "enim" and a waving horizontal stroke for abbreviation mark; the tironian note for "et" often rises above the other letters; majuscule letters are mixed with minuscule to emphasize given words; brown ink. 12-line illuminated intitial on the verso, with green vine stem outlined in red on parted blue and yellow backgrounds; the first lines of text beside the initial are written in alternately red and brown majuscule; 1- and 2- line red initials; rubrics in red minuscule; neumes of St. Gall type on the introit. A prayer in running twelth-century ordinary minuscule verging on gothic is entered in the outer margin of the verso.
Parchment, 1 leaf, slightly cropped at the inner margin. 24 long lines (text or music); ruled in ink. Heavy German gothic bookhand in liturgical style; brown ink. 2-line inititals in red on faded green flourishes; initials in the text in red; rubric in red miniscule; the first two lines of text of each hymn have German gothic notes on staves of 4 lines, 3 in red and 1 brown (the line of F, which is marked; C also is marked); on the other lines of text notes without staves.