The manuscript is believed to have been produced by the workshop of Johannes Grusch in Paris during the mid-thirteenth century, probably between 1245 and 1255. It contains the largest extant collection of music in the Notre-Dame style, mainly organa, conductus, and motets. The illumination consists of thirteen historiated initials and one full-page miniature which serves as its frontispiece.
The manuscript was issued in facsimile by Institute of Medieval Music in 1967.
- Facsimile reproduction of the manuscript Firenze, Biblioteca mediceo-laurenziana, Pluteo 29, edited by Luther Dittmer. Publications of Mediaeval Musical Manuscripts, no. 10-11. Brooklyn: Institute of Mediaeval Music, 1966-67.
- Masani Ricci, Massimo. Codice Pluteo 29.1 della Biblioteca Laurenziana di Firenze: storia e catalogo comparato. Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 2002. ISBN 88-467-0547-5
- Reproduction of the manuscript: http://mss.bmlonline.it/s.aspx?Id=AWOHy_N-I1A4r7GxMB57&c=Antiphonarium#/book
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