P-Cug (Coimbra) Biblioteca Geral da Universidade MM 0036
Alleluia (6), Antiphons (2), Benedicamus domino (2), Canticles (2), Doxology (1), Hymns (5), Invitatorium (2), Lamentations (1), Marian antiphons (4), Mass (1), Motets (7), Psalms (10), Responsories (14), Responses (1), Villancicos (4) (=62)
1 paper type; 1 watermark similar to Briquet #8390 (cf Rees 1995: 377 & 404)
First folio used as a flyleaf bears inscription 'Obras Do Padre Dom Pedro Conego Regular'
Autograph manuscript of Pedro de Cristo copied in the 1570s or 1580s. History of manuscript similar to P-Cug MM 33: the whole book was assembled and provided with margins and staves before the music was copied; consistency of folios layout. (For description and details, cf Rees (1995) pp. 251-52.) All four voice parts of the last piece were copied in descending sequence on fol. 71. Modern pencil foliation fols 001-071; unnumbered folio between fols 022 and 023. Folios slightly trimmed
REES. Owen (1994), 'Newly Identifed Holograph Manuscripts from Late-Renaissance Portugal', Early Music 22, pp. 261-77
REES, Owen (1995), Polyphony in Portugal c. 1530 – c. 1620. Sources from the Monastery of Santa Cruz, Coimbra (New York & London, Garland), pp. 247-53, 377 & 404
REES, Owen (1998), Music by Pedro de Cristo: An Edition of the Motets from Coimbra Biblioteca Geral da Universidade, MM 33 (Amsterdam, Harvard Academic Publishers). [Introduction includes list of works by Pedro de Cristo in surviving Portuguese sources]