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The content of the antiphoner is largely the same as that of the antiphoner of San Juan de la Pena, as Zapke notes in her El antifonario de San Juan de la Pena, siglos X-XI: Estudio liturgico-musical del rito hispano (Zaragoza: Institucion Fernando el Catolico, 1995), but from the script alone it is impossible to say whether the antiphoner of Santa Cruz de la Seros was copied at the convent, San Juan de la Pena, or even at nearby Huesca.
112-20), she relates the Santa Cruz de la Seros kalendar and antiphoner to five main traditions: Cluniac, reformed Cluniac in southern France, Westgothic, Aragonese, and the Frankish-Roman tradition of Narbonne.
Zapke lists the unique features of the notation in Santa Cruz de la Seros that are recognized as "later Aquitanian": the small distance between the neume elements of punctum and virga; the more rounded and often ligated neumes; the presence of later liquescences; the unique shape of the custos; and the consistency and precision of the neume forms.
The text ends with a revealing excursus on two eleventh-century bindings from Santa Cruz de la Seros now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (nos.