The Cancioneiro de Paris (in English: Paris Songbook) is one of the four Renaissance songbooks of Portuguese music from the 16th century. It is one important source of secular music of the Iberian Renaissance and the largest one of Portuguese secular Renaissance music.
It contains 130 profane villancicos and cantigas. Out of them, 55 works are polyphonic (2, 3 and 4 voices), while the other 75 works have only their melody copied.
All works are anonymous, but it is known that some of them were composed by the Portuguese composer Pedro de Escobar.