P-Cug (Coimbra) Biblioteca Geral da Universidade MM 032

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Source Folio Incipit Feast Office Genre Position Cantus ID
P-Cug MM 032 000v-000x1r Regina caeli C ABV
P-Cug MM 032 000x1v-000x2r Exultemus et laetemur Mo
P-Cug MM 032 000x2v-000x3r Si pie domine Mo
P-Cug MM 032 000x2v-000x3r Dies sanctificatus Mo
P-Cug MM 032 000x5v-000x6r Natus est nobis Mo
P-Cug MM 032 000x6v-000x8r Gaudeamus omnes Mo
P-Cug MM 032 000x8v-001r Postquam consummati Mo
P-Cug MM 032 001v-004r Incipiunt lamentationes In Triduum M La
P-Cug MM 032 004v-007r Beth. Cogitavit dominus In Triduum M La
P-Cug MM 032 007v-011r Heth. Misericordie domini In Triduum M La
P-Cug MM 032 011v-012r Passio domini Dom. de Passione Pa
P-Cug MM 032 012v-013r Ne recorderis Pro Defunctis R
P-Cug MM 032 013v-014r Libera me Pro Defunctis R
P-Cug MM 032 014v-015r Kyrie eleison Pro Defunctis I
P-Cug MM 032 015v-016r Requiem aeternam Pro Defunctis Li
P-Cug MM 032 016v Jesu redemptor Pro Defunctis Li
P-Cug MM 032 017r Ne recorderis Pro Defunctis R
P-Cug MM 032 017v-018r O bone Jesu Mo
P-Cug MM 032 018v-019r O Sacrum convivium Mo
P-Cug MM 032 019v-020r Ave sanctissimum Mo
P-Cug MM 032 020v-021r Hoc corpus Mo
P-Cug MM 032 021v-022r Resurgens Christus In tempore Paschae Mo
P-Cug MM 032 022v-023r Clamabat autem mulier Mo
P-Cug MM 032 023v-024r Domine Jesu Christe qui hora diei Mo
P-Cug MM 032 024v-025r Fatigatus Jesus Mo
P-Cug MM 032 025v-026r Memorare piissima Mo
P-Cug MM 032 026v-027r Gabriel angelus Annuntiatio Mariae Mo
P-Cug MM 032 027v-028r O Admirabile comercium Mo
P-Cug MM 032 028v-030r Ecce stella ex Jacob Mo
P-Cug MM 032 030v-031r Inter natos mulierum (2 p. Fuit homo Mo
P-Cug MM 032 031v-032r Super flumina babylonis (2 p. Quomodo cantabimus) Mo
P-Cug MM 032 032v-034r Precor te domine Mo
P-Cug MM 032 034v-035r Taedet animam meam Mo
P-Cug MM 032 035v-037r Hodie christus natus Nativitas Domini Mo
P-Cug MM 032 037v-039r Ego sum panis vivus Mo
P-Cug MM 032 039v-040r Panis quem ego dabo Mo
P-Cug MM 032 040v-041r In passione positus Mo
P-Cug MM 032 041v-043r In te domine speravi Mo
P-Cug MM 032 043v-044r Laetetur omne seculum Mo
P-Cug MM 032 044v-046r Filiae Jerusalem Mo
P-Cug MM 032 046v-048r Ave sanctissima De BMV Mo
P-Cug MM 032 048v-050r Angelus domini Mo
P-Cug MM 032 050v-051r Ave clementissime Mo
P-Cug MM 032 052v-053r Hic est panis Mo
P-Cug MM 032 053v-054r Conceptio tua Mo
P-Cug MM 032 054v-055r Libera me R
P-Cug MM 032 055v-056r Haec dies In tempore Paschae Mo
P-Cug MM 032 056v-057r Rex autem David Mo
P-Cug MM 032 057v-060r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 4) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 057v-060r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 4) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 060v-063r Et exultavit (Magnificat, tone 4) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 063v-066r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 1) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 066v-069r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 5) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 069v-072r Et exultavit (Magnificat, tone 4) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 072v-075r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 3) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 075v-081r Et exultavit (Magnificat, tone 2) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 081v-085r Et exultavit (Magnificat, tone 6) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 085v-092r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 8) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 092v-093r O crux benedicta Mo
P-Cug MM 032 093v-094r Fecit potentiam (from Magnificat, tone 4?) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 093v-094r Sicut erat (from Magnificat, tone 4) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 094v-095r Exultemus et laetemur Mo
P-Cug MM 032 095v-096r In manus tuas C rp
P-Cug MM 032 095v-096r In manus tuas C rp
P-Cug MM 032 096v-097r In manus tuas C rp
P-Cug MM 032 097v-099r Et exultavit (Magnificat, tone 1) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 099v-103r Anima mea (Magnificat, tone 1) V Ca
P-Cug MM 032 103v-105r Ego dormivi Mo
P-Cug MM 032 105v-107r Hodie beata virgo De BMV Mo
P-Cug MM 032 107v-110r Christe redemptor omnium ex patre Nativitas Domini V H
P-Cug MM 032 110v-112r Angelus ad pastores Mo
P-Cug MM 032 112v-113r Peccavi Domine Mo
P-Cug MM 032 113v-115r Dum complerentur dies Pentecostes Dom. Pentecostes Mo
P-Cug MM 032 115v Hodie nobis de caelo Nativitas Domini Mo
Siglum: 
P-Cug MM 032
Shelfmark: 
MM 032
Source type: 
Subcategory of book: 
Category: 
Document type: 
Date: 
Mid- 16th century (c.1540-c.1555) and later 16th century
Century: 
Type of notation: 
Material: 
Contents: 
Canticles (13), Hymns (1), Invitatorium (1), Lamentations (3), Litany (2), Marian antiphons (1), Motets (44), Passion section (1), Responsories (4), Responses (3)
Foliation: 
i + 123 + I. Modern pencil foliation for first 9 fols, followed by original ink foliation.
Gathering: 
Several gatherings formed by cutting bifolios at inner edges which were then repasted. Cf Rees 1995, Table 8 (pp. 222-223) for complete analysis of gathering structure. Folios at start of MS with music possibly by Dom Bento had different origin. Original foliation begins after this section. (For further details on scribal procedure, cf Rees 1995, 221.) Scribe of opening section employed three pages from flyleaves of original manuscript to complete his work.
Page layout: 
Choirbook format. 388 x 278 mm.
Condition of document: 
Mostly good, but with some considerable erosion in various parts of the manuscript (especially ff.47-51,53, 85-91, 98-105) causing difficulty in reading the notation
Watermarks: 

8 paper types; 4 watermarks. For details, cf Rees 1995, pp. 374-75, and pp. 399-400.

Bindings: 
Old (possibly original) covers of brown tooled leather,with remains of leather ties
Decoration: 
A number of the pieces in this manuscript have illustrated initials and decorative marginalia drawn in pen & ink; also calligraphic initials
Inscriptions: 

Flyleaf at beginning of MS: 'Liuro da Comunidade de S. +. Inscriptions f.116: 'João'; 'P. Paulo Lopes'. There are inscriptions with modal designations/ transpositions, indicating participation of the organ for motets on ff.19v-21r, 23v-24r, 37v-40r. Other inscriptions noted with items. These include of modal position in a few motets (ff.19v-21r, 23v-24r, 37v-40r)

Remarks: 

Upper edges of folios trimmed by 10mm or more. At least one folio missing from end of manuscript. (cf Rees 1995, 215). First folio discovered in another manuscript by Manuel Joaquim. Modern pencil foliation for first 9 fols + original ink foliation.

History of the compilation of this manuscript is complex. Several parts of the existing choirbook formerly existed as independent manuscripts (cf Rees 1995, 221). However, recurrence of similar paper-types indicates that all parts of MM 32 to which original foliation applied (with the exception of the first ten folios) had similar origins. Bulk of MM 32 copied in mid 16th century. Folios at start of MS with music possibly by Dom Bento had later origin (after c. 1560). Scribe of opening section employed three pages from flyleaves of original manuscript to complete his work. Original foliation begins after this section. (For further details on scribal procedure, cf Rees 1995, 221.) However, no coherent scheme for compilation of main corpus of manuscript apparent. Difficulty in determining number of scribes involved.
It would appear that MM 32 was not specially compiled as a choirbook for chapel use, owing to difficulty in reading some of the notation and script, although there are inscriptions indicating the participation of the organ for motets on ff.19v-21r, 23v-24r, 37v-40r. Rees posits that the manuscript largely served for teaching purposes (cf Rees 1995 224). There are numerous concordances between MM 32 and other Coimbra manuscripts – especially MM 6, MM 9 and MM 12. Some pieces were copied from Gardane's first and second books of Fior de Motetti (RISM 1539/12 and 1539/6)). MM 32 also acted as exemplar for items in P-Cug MM 48. There is a large number of motets in this manuscript. This manuscript, along with P-Cug MM 6 and MM 12, with which there are many concordances, is an important repository of imported works, notably by Spanish composers.

References: 

REES, Owen, Polyphony in Portugal c. 1530 – c. 1620. Sources from the Monastery of Santa Cruz, Coimbra, New York & London: Garland, 1995, pp. 215-27, 374 & 399-400.
KREITNER, Kenneth, The Church Music of FIfteenth-Century Spain, Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2004.

Completed on: 
2014-05-15