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CSM Number : 270
Short name: Cantiga de loor Alternative: Todos con alegria/ cantand’ e en bon son
Incipit: Todos con alegria/ cantand’ e en bon son
Refrain: Todos con alegria/ cantand’ e en bon son/ devemos muit’ a Virgen/ loar de coraçon.
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Stanza: 13 13 13 13 Refrain: 13 13
No. of Stanzas: 8
Rhyme scheme: AA | bbba Zejel: Yes
MS locations:
F56, E270
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Contribution à l’étude des Cantigas d’Alphonse le Savant d’apres les codices de l’Escurial
Collet, Henri, and Luis Villalba
De amor y poesía en la España medieval: Prólogo a Juan Ruiz
Ferraresi, Alicia C. de
Los alejandrinos de Alfonso X
Hanssen, Friedrich
Singers of the Virgin in Thirteenth-Century Spain
Marchand, James, & Spurgeon Baldwin