P-Cug (Coimbra) Biblioteca Geral da Universidade MM 026

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Source Folio Incipit Feast Office Genre Position
P-Cug MM 026 007r Qui tollis (Agnus Dei) Ag Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 007v-009r Ductus est Jesus Dom. 1 Quadragesimae Mo Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 009v-010r Assumpsit Jesus Dom. 2 Quadragesimae Mo Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 010v-012r Erat Jesus Dom. 3 Quadragesimae Mo Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 012v-014r Satiavit dominus Dom. 4 Quadragesimae Mo Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 014v-016r Dicebat Jesus Mo Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 015v + 016v + 018r [Textless] Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 018r [Textless fragment] Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 018v-019r Thesaurizate vobis Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 019v-021r In monte Oliveti Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 021v-023r Tristis est anima mea Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 023v-025r Amicus meus Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 025v-028r Eram quasi agnus Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 028r [Textless fragment] Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 028v + 030r Omnes amici mei Fer. 6 in Parasceve R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 030v-032r Tanquam ad latronem Fer. 6 in Parasceve R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 032v-034r Tradididerunt me Fer. 6 in Parasceve R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 034v-041v Non in die festo Dom. 4 Quadragesimae Pa Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 043r-047r Non in die festo Dom. 4 Quadragesimae Pa Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 047v-052r Ubi vis paremus R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 052v-054r Ecce videmus R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 054v-056r Judas mercator Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 056v-058r Unus ex discipulus R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 056v-058r Unus ex discipulus R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 058v-060r Una hora Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 060v-062r Velum templi Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 062v-064r Seniores populi Fer. 5 in Cena Dom. R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 064v-065r O vos omnes R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 065v-066r Jerusalem surge R Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 067r Amavit eum dominus Anonymous
P-Cug MM 026 067v Benedicamus domino BD (chant)
P-Cug MM 026 068v-072r Gloria laus et honor Dom. in Palmis H Anonymous
Siglum: 
P-Cug MM 026
Shelfmark: 
MM 026
Source type: 
Subcategory of book: 
Category: 
Document type: 
Date: 
early 17th century
Century: 
Type of notation: 
Material: 
Cursus: 
Contents: 
Music for Lent and Holy Week: Motets, Passions, Responsories for Tenebrae, Misc.
Foliation: 
ii + 63 + ii
Page layout: 
Choirbook format
Watermarks: 

Four paper types identified (Rees 1995, pp. 373-74; 385-96), showing 4 watermarks. Watermark 1 similar to Briquet #7576

Bindings: 
Old, not original, covers of brown blind-tooled leather over boards added during rebinding between 1937 and 1941. This has severely disrupted original collation
Decoration: 
Edges of folios have red colouring similar to P-Cug MM 25 Black calligraphic initials; rubrics in red ink.
Inscriptions: 

Many items headed with inscriptions denoting festal/ liturgical occasion in red ink (first half of MS, up to and including the first Passion (St Matthew) setting) and black ink (the remainder). (F.72V): Annotations + inscription in formal hand: 'Cantemus domino canticum nouum sicut cantaban patres / nostri in gaudio et exultatione qui laetitia'

Remarks: 

Original ink foliation (illegible where folios have suffered corrosion), from f. 7r. Folios 1-6, 17, 29, 42, most of f.43 are missing (cf Rees 1995, p. 205). Last original fol. found in box of fragments by Rees. Modern pencil foliation, 1-14, 14-33, 35-62; last folio unnumbered. Two men responsible for compilation of manuscript who closely collaborated (cf Rees 1995, p.208). Scribal work suggests that some of the music might have been composed by Pedro de Cristo; this is also suggested by stylistic analysis of the pieces. Text of second Passion (St Matthew) setting (f.43r seq.) written in red-brown ink. Indexation in PEM is from Rees's reconstruction of Inventory based on the original ordering of folios, and not according to modern sequence and folio numeration. (In its current form, a number of folios are in wrong positions, and sections of manuscript have become separated.)

References: 

REES, Owen, Polyphony in Portugal c. 1530 – c. 1620. Sources from the Monastery of Santa Cruz, Coimbra, New York & London: Garland, 1995, pp. 205-11, 373-74, 395-96