Full-color facsimile of two single leaves of unaccompanied songs from Gallica. The manuscript was produced between 1275 and 1299, and is preserved at the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, under the shelfmark M.979.
Accompanying commentary volume includes contributions by Mariña Arbor Aldea, Simone Marcenaro, Antonio Ciaralli, Antonio Calvia, and Rip Cohen, with a preface by Harvey L. Sharrer.
Accompanying compact disc includes performances of the Cantigas de amigo by Speranza Cerullo.
Edition of 987 copies numbered in Arabic numerals; an additional 77 copies are numbered in Roman numerals and reserved for archival purposes.
Facsimile, commentary and CD-ROM housed together in a box (37 x 25 x 5 cm).
CD housed in cardboard slipcase.
Commentary includes bibliographical references.
The manuscript of the Cantigas is written in Galician; the commentary is in Spanish, Gallician and English, and includes the text of the Cantigas in transcription and translation.
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