||Snow 2007: "Ch. VIII is of most interest. Defends the CSM as a ‘national’ project of Alfonso's and suggests it owes more than has been recognized to the Galician-Portuguese poets and musical performers at Alfonso's court (p. 75). He goes further in suggesting that Alfonso's demise also spells the end of formal Galician-Portuguese juglaría in the Peninsula (p. 76). There is an accompanying record (33 1/3 rpm) with recordings of songs of Martim Codax and of Cantigas 340, 176, 159 and 421 (no. 11 of the appended songs)."