||Notes from Snow 1977, no. 272rn"K. establishes that many folkloric themes are present in the CSM through the inclusion of traditional tales such as those of cantigas 42 and 74. He considers tales of a more local provenance as prime material for Alfonso and his collaborators in the reworking of folk motifs, e.g. cantigas 18, 107, and 315. What is lacking here, I think, is a clearer line of demarcation between the folkloric motif used, as it were, subconsciously, and the recording of daily events and homely details which are more properly costumbrista in nature. Still, this is one of the first discussions of.folklore in the CSM and is worth consulting; it could be the starting point for more extensive explorations."