E-SE s.s.

Updated on 16/08/2020
Full reference
Spain, Segovia, Archivo Capitular de la Catedral, Ms. s.s.
Short description
Choirbook, manuscript on paper, probably copied in Castile, possibly in Toledo, [c.1498-1500].
Digital reproduction
External references
Perales de la Cal, Ramón, ed, Cancionero de la Catedral de Segovia: Edición facsimilar del códice de la Santa Iglesia Catedral de Segovia (Segovia: Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad, 1977)

Also known as Cancionero Musical de Segovia. Date and origin uncertain. Kreitner (2019) considers it had pedagogical or recreational purposes.

Anglés, Higinio, “Un manuscrit inconnu avec polyphonie du XVe siècle conservé à la cathedrale de Ségovie (Espagne)”, Acta Musicologica, 8 (1936), 6-17
Baker, Norman Klein, “An Unnumbered Manuscript of Polyphony in the Archive of the Cathedral of Segovia: Its Provenance and History” (unpublished Ph.D dissertation, University of Maryland, 1978)
Fuhrmann, Wolfgang, and Cristina Urchueguía, eds, The Segovia Manuscript: A European Musical Repertory in Spain, c.1500 (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2019)
Kreitner, Kenneth, “What was Segovia for?”, in The Segovia Manuscript: A European Musical Repertory in Spain, c.1500, ed. by Wolfgang Fuhrmann and Cristina Urchueguía (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2019) pp. 129-44
Kreitner, Kenneth, The Church Music of Fifteenth-Century Spain, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2004), pp. 80-103
Lama de la Cruz, Victor de, Cancionero musical de la Catedral de Segovia (Salamanca: Junta de Castilla y León, 1994)
Ros-Fábregas, Emilio, “Manuscripts of Polyphony from the Time of Isabel and Ferdinand”, in Companion to Music in the Age of the Catholic Monarchs, ed. by Tess Knighton (Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2017) pp. 404-68