We will enjoy different sonoridades, from the exoticism of the Byzantine Empire of Kassia de Constantinopla, in the s. IX, we will pass to the sobriety and the mystery of the Middle Ages in the scores of Hildegar von Bingen, music of trobairitz Beatriz de Día, to arrive until the Renaissance and the baroque one with sacred music from Sulpitia Cesis, Isabella Leonarda, the colonial music of Sister Juana Inés de la Cruz and to end the poetry of the beautiful madrigals, of hand of the Italian composers, Maddalena Casulana and Vittoria Alleoti.


Kassia de Constantinopla (810 -

╄he enters 843/867)

Yper tin ton Ellinon

Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179)

Karitas habundat (antiphon)

Anómino. School of Notre Dame s. XII

Sun sub cloud

Beatriz de Día (ca. 1212)

To chantar

Anómino. Codex Montepellier. S.XIII

Alle psalite Cum luya

Beatriz de Día (ca. 1212)

Ab jois and young person

Codex of Huelgas s. XIV

Iam Clouds/Iam novus

Sulpitia Cesis (1577-1619)
Maria Magdalena ET alters to Maria Angelus ad shepherds

Magi viewer stellam

Isabella Leonarda (1620-1704)

Ave Regina Caelorum

Sister Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648-1695)

Mother the one of the beauties

Maddalena Casulana (1544-1590)
Il vostro to dipartir /O notte or sky or sea

Stavasi il mine bel Sun

Vittoria Alleoti (1620-1704)
When disturbing of bie lumi/I v'amo bollard mine