Munich, Germany, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Musica MS 31 (olim H.C.30; = MaiM 71)
Presumably copied in Vienna, for use by the imperial court chapel of Maximilian I (1459-1519). Probably taken to Munich by Ludwig Senfl c. 1523, when he began serving at the court chapel of Wilhelm IV, Duke of Bavaria (1493-1550). At Munich, fascicles assembled in present order, several lost folios replaced with newly copied leaves, and volume bound in present covers. Kept in Hofkapelle library until end of 18th century, then transferred to ducal court library, whose holdings formed foundation of present Bayerische Staatsbibliothek.
white leather over wood
Decoration: stamped with ornamental designs
Endpapers: front and back
Attributed to Schinnagl, Kaspar
Dating and ascription according to <a href="/bibliography/#entry364" data-tooltip="" class="has-tip tip-top reference" data-placement="top" rel="tooltip" data-original-title="" title="Bente, Martin, Neue Wege der Quellenkritik und die Biographie Ludwig Senfls (Wiesbaden, 1968) "><i class="fa fa-book"></i>Bente 1968</a>.