P-Cug (Coimbra) Biblioteca Geral da Universidade MM 025

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Source Folio Incipit Feast Office Genre Position
P-Cug MM 025 001v-002r In monte oliveti Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 002v-003r Tristis est anima mea R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 003v-005r Ecce videmus R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 005v-007r Amicus meus R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 007v-008r Judas mercator R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 008v-009r Unus ex discipulis R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 009v-011r Eram quasi agnus R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 011v-012r Una hora R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 012v-013r Seniores populi R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 013v-014r Omnes amici mei R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 014v-015r Velum templi R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 015v-016r Vinea mea R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 016v-018r Tanquam ad latronem R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 018v-020r Tenebrae facte sunt R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 018v-020r Tenebrae facte sunt R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 020v-022r Animam meam dilectam R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 022v-023r Tradiderunt me R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 023v-024r Jesum tradidit impius R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 024v-025r Caligaverunt oculi mei R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 025v-026r Sicut ovis R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 026v-027r Hierusalem luge R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 027v-028r Plange quasi virgo R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 028v-029r Recessit pastor noster R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 029v-030r O vos omnes R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 030v-032r Ecce quomodo moritur R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 032v-033r Astiterunt reges terrae R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 033v-034r Aestimatus sum R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 025 034v-035r Sepulto domino R Anonymous
Siglum: 
P-Cug MM 025
Shelfmark: 
MM 025
Source type: 
Subcategory of book: 
Category: 
Document type: 
Date: 
last third of 16th century
Century: 
Type of notation: 
Type of script: 
Material: 
Contents: 
Complete series of 27 responsories for Tenebrae of the Triduum (Holy Week) for 4 voice parts
Foliation: 
35 + i
Gathering: 
(Details not yet available)
Page layout: 
Choirbook format; 424 x 280 mm.
Condition of document: 
Good
Watermarks: 

3 paper types; 3 watermarks. Mark on paper 1 identical to mark 3 in MM 33; mark 2 very similar to Briquet #4844, and identical to mark 6 in MM 33 (cf Rees 1995: 373 & 394).

Bindings: 
Old (posibly original) soft cover of beige leather, with remains of leather ties.
Decoration: 
Scribe added black ink initials, some calligraphic, but mostly simple Roman majuscules. Red & green intials, ff. 7v-8r, possibly in a later hand
Inscriptions: 

Inscriptions appear on various folios next to the bass part, indicating modal position (cues for organist)

Remarks: 

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.

References: 

REES, Owen, Polyphony in Portugal c. 1530 – c. 1620. Sources from the Monastery of Santa Cruz, Coimbra, New York & London / Garland, 1995, pp. 201-04, 373 & 394