Hacia un inventario de fuentes manuscritas antiguas del Romancero: fuentes y cronología para los primeros romances. Source: eHumanista . 2016, Vol. 32, following p726-726. 2p. Author(s): Dumanoir, Virginie Abstract: The Romancero viejo is said to be conserved by oral transmission, but also offers to read manuscript testimonies, inside and outside the profan medieval songbooks. We aim to observe romanceril texts which has been transcripted in earliest times, to question the presence of these texts among the Fifteenth Century poetic production, and to contribute to the knowledge of the elaboration, conservation and transmition of the ballads before the first Cancionero de Romances. This study is the first step of an investigation which searches and catalogues the manuscript sources of the medieval Romancero and embrasses the fifteen romanceril texts conserved in manuscripts in earliest times. The catalogation of the first three ballads transcribed by jurists let us question the romanceril phenomenon outside the courtly poetry areas. The catalogation of romanceril texts found into the first profane manuscript songbooks leads us to observe them as noticieros and political poems, to consider them among poetic series. We do not forget to examine the problem created by mistaken gender attributions in the titles of socalled romances or glosas, which actually don't match with actual definition of the Romancero. We finally examin how far we can go when we try to find what logic follows the compilator of the songbooks which conserved more than one romanceril text.
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