If going to the root of this URL does not help I don't know. Google image search. I searched through mensural music (and medieval) for exactly these things. Strange looking or nice looking things in notation (without the usual Ars Subtilior Heart-Shape Notation)
On Fri, 10 Dec 2010 21:40:15 +0000
Owain Sutton <address@hidden
> On 21:32, Fri, 10 Dec 2010, Nils Gey wrote:
> > I stumbled upon this picture of notation and I've never seen the final note (in each voice, the right page voices have a slightly different version)
> > http://anaigeon.free.fr/mes_facs/fsjosq.jpg
> > From the position it must be a longa, the fermata over it indictates the same. Best visible on the top left version is that there is indeed the right-handed stem from a longa at the end of this symbol.
> > Has anyone seen this in a different context? I would like to see more pictures or versions.
> > Btw. if you know any other strange or seldom used notation symbols please let me know :)
> > Greetings,
> > Nils
> Probably just a scribal quirk - the incomplete illuminations give some idea of how prestigious this volume was (or was intended to be). Which source is it?