Profane music
Program constituted by four supporting axis, all of them based around music that we feel is close to us. Music that touches us through either the proximity of its popular roots, through present-day composers and composers of the 20th century, or through genres as moving as Opera, Zarzuela, Musical Theatre, or Jazz.

1st HALF


Ro Ogura (arr.)         

Hotaru Koi (japanese children's folksong)

R. Murray Schafer


Jordi Domènech (arr.)

El Noi de la Mare (catalan folksong)

Eduard Toldrà (arr. Jordi Domènech)

Cançó de passar cantant


Cançoneta incerta


Después que te conocí


Menta, farigola, ruda i romaní

 Profane music  XX-XXI centuries 

Frederic Mompou (arr. J. Domènech)

Damunt de tu només les flors

Samuel Barber          

To be sung on the Water

Zoltán Kodaly

Mountain night III

Alejandro Yagüe

Historietas del viento (lyrics by F. García Lorca)



El viento venía rojo



Viento estancado



La brisa



¿Qué doncella se casa con el viento?



2nd HALF

 Musical & jazz standards 

Negro spiritual

Joshua fit de Battle of Jericho

Glenn Miller

Chatanooga Choo Choo

Dee Barton


Bart Howard

Fly me to the moon

Pierre Manchot


 Opera & Zarzuela 

Giuseppe Verdi

Humming Chorus (from Madame Butterfly)

Gioachino Rossini

La Carità

Jacques Offenbach

Belle Nuit (from The Tales of Hoffmann)

Leo Delibes

The Flowers Duet (from Lakmé)

Georges Bizet

Les tringles des sistres tintaient (from Carmen)

Rafael Martínez Valls

En el Vallespir (from Cançó d’amor i de guerra)


SCHERZO Female Chamber Choir

Jordina Setó, piano

Ana Gil-Pérez, soloist

Rosa M. Gual, soloist

Sílvia Gil-Pérez, soloist & conductor