P-Cug (Coimbra) Biblioteca Geral da Universidade MM 025
3 paper types; 3 watermarks. Mark on paper 1 identical to mark 3 in P-Cug MM 33; mark 2 very similar to Briquet #4844, and identical to mark 6 in P-Cug MM 33 (cf Rees 1995: 373 & 394).
Inscriptions appear on various folios next to the bass part, indicating modal position (cues for organist).
Remains of original front flyleaf. Original numbering of pieces in brown ink; each of the three sets of Holy Week responsories received separate numeration. Modern pencil foliation, 1-19, 21-36 (omitting no. 20). All three edges of folios have red coloring similar to that on P-Cug MM 26.
REES, Owen (1995), Polyphony in Portugal c. 1530 – c. 1620. Sources from the Monastery of Santa Cruz, Coimbra (New York & London / Garland), pp. 201-04, 373 & 394.