The Magnificat is based on the Gospel of Luke, in which the Virgin praises the wonders of the creator and reflects on his people’s history.
Work of great tension and expressiveness, built in five sections describing five scenes from the Bible (Luke 24: 1-12) which recounts the moment of the resurrection of Jesus.
The Saturday's Cantata by Jesús Rodríguez Picó combines modality and tonality making possible the use of different resources according to the characteristics of each instrument and the practical possibilities of young students.
Stabat Mater was influenced by the choral techniques that the author learned from maestros Gandolfi and Sicuri, to whom he dedicates this piece, and also the knowledge he acquired at that time from choral works such as Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, amongst others.
Veni, Creator Spiritus takes the text of a medieval hymn that invokes the creative spirit. The work has a triumphal air about it, as if the creative spirit were already being felt at the very moment of its invocation. It is an expression of vitality, power and positivity.