Romances de los señores de Nueva España
The Romances de los señores de Nueva España (Spanish for "Ballads of the Lords of New Spain") is a 16th-century compilation of Nahuatl songs or poems preserved in the Library of the University of Texas. The manuscript also includes a Spanish-language text, the Geographical Relation of Tezcoco, written in 1582 by Juan Bautista Pomar, who probably also compiled the Romances.
The Nahuatl text and a Spanish translation of the Romances, as well as the Geographical Relation, was published in 1964 by Ángel María Garibay K. as volume 1 of Poesía nahuatl.
John Bierhorst produced the first full English prose translation of the Romances along with a paleographic transcription of the Nahuatl text, published in 2010 by the University of Texas Press and now available as an e-text. David Bowles crafted English verse version of select songs from the Romances in his Flower, Song, Dance: Aztec and Mayan Poetry, released in 2013 by Lamar University Press.
- Bierhorst, John (2010). Ballads of the Lords of New Spain: The Codex Romances de los Señores de la Nueva España. Austin: University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0292723450.
- Bowles, David (2013). Flower, Song, Dance: Aztec and Mayan Poetry. Beaumont, Texas: Lamar University Press. ISBN 978-0985255282.
- Curl, John (2005). Ancient American Poets: The Flower Songs of Nezahualcoyotl. Tempe: Bilingual Press. ISBN 1-931010-21-8. External link in
- Garibay K., Ángel María (1964). Poesía nahuatl. vol. 1. Mexico: UNAM.