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A. Jeanroy (SATF; Paris, 1875–1925, repr. New York, 1968). While Spaziani agrees with Schwan’s basic association of Z with this group of manuscripts, he qualiﬁes that relationship (and indicates others) in his detailed study of the manuscript: see M. Spaziani, Il canzoniere francese di Siena (Biblioteca Comunale, H-X-36) (Biblioteca dell’Archivum Romanicum, ser. 1, 46; Florence, 1957), 10–18. The Manuscript Tradition 15 of an individual trouve`re, where the above sources regroup or where individual sources present unique readings.
148–55. 9 Further additions and modiﬁcations to some of the sources were made in later centuries. These additions are generally marginal—literally—and less signiﬁcant, comprising, for instance, refoliation or the addition or emendation of author attributions for individual songs. Two notable modern emendators were Claude Fauchet (who in the sixteenth century furnished marginal notations in a number of manuscripts, among them a and L) and Chaˆtre de Cange´ (who in the eighteenth century supplied various additions and marginalia, in particular, in the chansonnier O, generally referred to as the Cange´ chansonnier; having a number of chansonniers at his disposal, he added melodies on staves left empty in O, as, for instance, on fos.
13 and fos. 59–77 Paris, BNF f. fr. 845 Paris, BNF f. fr. 846 (Cange´) Paris, BNF f. fr. 847 Paris, BNF f. fr. 1109, fos. 311–25 Paris, BNF f. fr. 1591 (Noailles) Paris, BNF f. fr. 20050 (St-Germain-des-Pre´s) Paris, BNF f. fr. 24406 (La Vallie`re) Paris, BNF f. fr. 25566 (Adam de la Halle) (Fos. 2r–9v of W Paris, BNF n. a. fr. 36 (Siena) Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Reg. lat. 1: 1. K, N, P, X, to which L and the ﬁrst half of V (fos. 1–119) are also related;3 2. M, T, A, and a (the ﬁrst two and the last two being closely related).