||Snow 2007: "The MS, in Pedrell's own hand — with exceptions on pp. 7-10, 27, 37-46, 49 and 50 — has 54 numbered pages containing transcriptions and harmonizations of 14 CSM, some of which are still unedited. In order, they are: 1) Festa III do Jesu-Cristo [=Mettmann 425]; 2) CSM 10 (refrain + first stanza + refrain); 3) CSM 32 (in a double copy, first for solo voice with refrain + first stanza + refrain and, second, another with the words to the second refrain in red ink); 4) CSM 34 (choral refrain + first stanza for solo voice + refrain; 5) CSM 60 (refrain + first stanza + refrain, in both original Galician and in Spanish translation); 6) CSM 61, in 'modus hypolydius' (choral refrain + first stanza for solo voice + refrain; in Spanish); 7) CSM 65 (choral refrain + second stanza for solo voice + refrain: in Spanish, with Galician-Portuguese text inserted as pp. 27-28); 8) CSM 77 (refrain + first stanza + refrain); 9) CSM 119 (refrain + first stanza + refrain); 10) CSM 189 (refrain only); 11) CSM 200, for mixed choir or four voices — soprano, contralto, tenor, and basso); 12) CSM 230 for solo voice (refrain + first stanza + refrain); 13) CSM 231 (refrain + second stanza + refrain); 14) a partial harmonization of no. 6 above (CSM 61), without words and occupying three pentagrams; and 15) not identified: two lines of harmonized music, no lyrics, with the appearance of having been hastily written. Nos. 5, 6, 7, 11, and 12 were published in 1905, but the others are, as far as I can ascertain, still unpublished."