E-TUY (Tuy) Archivo Capitular de la Catedral de Tuy L V

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Source Folio Incipit Feast Office Genre Position
E-TUY 005 080v-081r Ne recorderis Pro Defunctis M R Martínez Posse, Manuel
E-TUY 005 081v-83r Responde mihi Pro Defunctis M L Anonymous
E-TUY 005 083v-85r Spiritus meus Pro Defunctis M L Anonymous
E-TUY 005 085v-87r Dona eis Domine (Requiem aeternam) Pro Defunctis MI In Anonymous
E-TUY 005 087v-88r In memoria Pro Defunctis MI Tc Anonymous
E-TUY 005 088v-90r Libera animas (Domine Jesu Christe) Pro Defunctis MI Of Anonymous
E-TUY 005 088v-90r Sanctus (Sanctus) Pro Defunctis MI Sa Anonymous
E-TUY 005 091v-92r Qui tollis (Agnus Dei) Pro Defunctis MI Ag Anonymous
E-TUY 005 091v-93r Luceat eis (Lux aeterna) Pro Defunctis MI Cm Anonymous
E-TUY 005 093v-94r Requiescant in pace Pro Defunctis MI rp Martínez Posse, Manuel
E-TUY 005 094v-95r Domine ne quando veneris Pro Defunctis Mo Anonymous
E-TUY 005 095v-96r Pater peccavi Pro Defunctis Mo Gutiérrez, Francisco
E-TUY 005 096v-97r Domine, secundum Pro Defunctis Mo García Benayas, Matías
E-TUY 005 097v-98r Sub venite sancti Dei Pro Defunctis R Gutiérrez, Francisco
E-TUY 005 098v-99r Requiem aeternam Pro Defunctis R Gutiérrez, Francisco
E-TUY 005 099v-100r Ne recorderis Pro Defunctis R Morales, Cristóbal de
E-TUY 005 100v-101r Memento mei Deus Pro Defunctis R Gutiérrez, Francisco
E-TUY 005 078v-080r Taedet animam meam Pro Defunctis M L Morales, Cristóbal de
E-TUY 005 077v-078r Quid faciam tibi Pro Defunctis M L Anonymous
E-TUY 005 076v-077r Parce mihi Domine Pro Defunctis M L Anonymous
E-TUY 005 001v-004r Domine hyssopo (Asperges me) MI A Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da
E-TUY 005 004v-008r Egredientem de templo (Vidi aquam) MI A Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da
E-TUY 005 009v-030r Missa Iste confessor MI Mi Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da
E-TUY 005 031v-037r Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi Dom. de Passione MI Pa Anonymous
E-TUY 005 037v-040r Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi Fer. 6 in Parasceve MI Pa Anonymous
E-TUY 005 041v-043r Sede ad dextris mei (Dixit Dominus, De BMV V PS Anonymous
E-TUY 005 043v-046r In domum domini (Laetatus sum, tone 4) De BMV V PS Anonymous
E-TUY 005 046v-049r Quoniam confortavit (Lauda Jerusalem, tone 8) De BMV V PS Anonymous
E-TUY 005 049v-052r Potens in terra (Beatus vir, tone 3) De BMV V PS Anonymous
E-TUY 005 052v-053r Laudate Dominum (tone 8) De BMV V PS Anonymous
E-TUY 005 053v-055r Ego autem humiliates (Credidi propter, tone 6) De BMV V PS Anonymous
E-TUY 005 055v-057r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 2) De BMV V Ca García Benayas, Matías
E-TUY 005 058v-066r Missa Defensor alme Hispaniae MI Mi García Benayas, Matías
E-TUY 005 066v-072r Regem cui Pro Defunctis M I Morales, Cristóbal de
E-TUY 005 071v-072r Intende voce ora (Verba mea auribus) Pro Defunctis M PS Martínez Posse, Manuel
E-TUY 005 072v-075r Domine ne infurore Pro Defunctis M PS Anonymous
E-TUY 005 075v-076r Ne quando rapiat (Domine Deus meus) Pro Defunctis M PS Martínez Posse, Manuel
E-TUY 005 101v-102r Libera me Domine Pro Defunctis R Anonymous
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E-TUY 005
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L V
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17thc/ 18th century with 20th-century additions
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Cursus: 
Contents: 
2 Antiphons; 1 Canticle; 5 Lessons; 2 Masses; 1 Requiem Mass (with 7 sections); 3 Motets; 9 Psalms; 1 Response; 6 Responsories (= 36)
Foliation/Pagination: 
i + 102 + vi fols. Fols 1-30 in pencil; thereafter, more than one foliation sequence in pencil visible, and missing fols. There are additionally five sequences of original foliation in ink visible from different fascicles and/ or choirbooks
Gathering: 
This choirbook was compiled from the collation of fascicles from several different choirbooks. There appear to be six different sections, many of which are separated by title pages. The original foliation from most of these former choirbooks (in ink) is visible on many folios/fascicles succeeding the initial two sections comprised of the Mass Antiphons and Palestrina’s Missa Iste confessor (up to PEM fol 30r). The following sections/fascicles form a similar or near uniform notational group, but evidently originated in a number of former choirbooks. These are comprised of the following: (a-b) 2 Passions, and music for Vespers (old ink foliation 46v-63r); (c) Benayas’s Missa Defensor alme Hispaniae (old ink foliation 36v-43r); (d) Officium defunctorum (old ink foliation 55v-59r); (e) Requiem mass (old ink foliation 83v-91r); (f) motets (old ink foliation 68v-76). There are also some missing folios in the MS, notably 6 folios after the Missa Iste confessor by Palestrina, which would have corresponded to (pencilled) fols 30v-36r. This means that the sequence of fols on PEM after fol 30r no longer corresponds with the newer pencilled foliation. However, there is more than one sequence of pencilled foliation visible, indicating that there are lacunae in the MS. There are 5 insertions of new psalms by the composer Martínez Posse (1858-1935) in the Pro defunctis section entered by the scribe Bargiela Martínez (see Inscriptions)
Page layout: 
Choirbook format
Condition of document: 
Fair-Good
Bindings: 
Brown leather over boards; metal bosses, corners and clasps
Decoration: 
Early 20thc frontis., pen and in drawing showing floral design with snake entwined; it also has inscription ‘S.I.C. de TUY / CANTO / DE / ATRIL’. Depicted in the centre of this page is an open book inscribed with the words: ‘Mag. Emm. Martinez Posse / Bargiela me fecit Anno MC MIII’ (1903). Some red initials; stamped decorative initials in the Palestrina mass (scribe: Cassianus López Navarro; see also E-TUY 1, P-EVc 2)
Inscriptions: 

Decorated title page, with inscription: ‘S.I.C. de TUY / CANTO / DE / ATRIL’. Depicted in the centre of this page is an open book inscribed with the words: ‘Mag. Emm. Martinez Posse / Bargiela me fecit Anno MC MIII’ (1903). (Photo image: 999i initial guard leaf)
Title pages: ‘Asperges me / et / Vidi aquam’ (f. 1r);
‘MISSA / Iste Confessor / Joannis Praenestini’ (f. 9r);
‘Passio / D.N. Jesu Christi’ (f. 31r);
‘AD VESPERAS’ (f. 40r);
‘MISSA / Defensor alme Hispaniae’ (f. 58r);
‘Officium / Defunctorum’ (f. 67r)

Remarks: 

The name Bargiela on the frontis., who compiled this choirbook from old MS sources and entered new compositions by Manuel Martínez Posse in 1903, refers to Evaristo Bargiela Martínez, a musician at Cathedral Cathedral in the late 19th /early 20th century. The MS consists of a series of several fascicles originating in former choirbooks

References: 

KASTNER, Macario Santiago (1958), 'Notas sobre la música de la catedral de Tuy', Anuario Musical 13, pp. 195-200

TRILLO, Joám & VILLANUEVA, Carlos, La música en la catedral de Tui, (Diputación de La Coruña)

External link: https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/institution/4264

Description of the notation: 

Mensural (white) mostly using stamped noteheads

Completed on: 
2020-07-10
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