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Author: García Moreno, María Teresa
Title: Resumen de ’¿Cuáles son los orígenes musicales de las Cantigas?’
Date: 1945
Publication details: Boletín de la Real Academia de Ciencias, Bellas Letras y Nobles Artes de Córdoba 14, no. 541 (July-December 1945), 307-10.
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Commentary: Snow 1977, no. 199, revised 2007: "This is a summary of GM's induction address, the original being lost. It seems to have been a careful review of the facts about music in Spain that exposed Ribera's (and others') exaggerations about the Arabic influence on the CSM. At the induction, eight cantigas (258, 406, 327, 306, 179, 354, 126, and 4) were sung to piano accompaniment. I have not been able to discover whose arrangements these were."
Associated Poems: 4 - The Murdered Jewish Boy
126 - The Soldier who was Struck in the Face by an Arrow
179 - The Lame Woman of Molina
258 - The Woman whose Dough was Replenished
306 - The Heretic who Disparaged the Virgin Birth
327 - The Priest who Made Underpants from an Altarcloth
354 - The King’s Ferret
406 - Cantiga de loor
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