Sebastián Durón (1660-1716)
To faith, heart, that as gozemos, To santísimo to 4.
Negliya, that quele, Four of Christmas (negrillo).
Ow of me, who the weeping and the sadness, Sung to single voice, santísimo, and of passion.
To the weapon, the weapon, senses, Carol to 4 to the Santísimo.
José Español (ca. 1690-1758)
To the source of sweetness, Pair to the Santísimo Sacramento.
Than then more ever proud (Praise for the Spanish literature ‘Who will find strong woman’ of Pedro Calderón of the Boat)
Innocent farmers of the orb, glad Pair to the Santísimo Sacramento.
The sources, Four to our Lady run.
Diego Pérez de Camino (ca. 1740-1796)
Finenesses to the love more pilgrim, Sung to only, Santísimo Sacramento, 1769.
Enrique Granados (1867-1916)
Looking of the smart one, tonadilla to the old style.
Love and hatred, tonadilla to the old style.
Smart the discreet one, tonadilla to the old style.
Complaints or Smart and the Nightingale, (adaptation and Javier Susarte adjustments)