It is a cycle of several works, which in chronological order are: Rondó brilliante (2003), Danza nº1 (2005), Tardes de outono (2007) and Plácido amencer (2007), revised in the summer of 2014.
Rondó brilliante is a bithematic composition in the form of a rondo, enriched with sonata-type contributions such as the presence of theme B, first in the dominant key and, then in the main key. In addition, it has a development, that is why its structure is a rondo-sonata or a developed rondo.
Danza nº1 (Dance N.1) is built starting from the tone scale and the 2nd mode of transpositions of Olivier Messiaen. This dance, along with the previous piece, are two examples of pure music, since they do not express anything extra-musical.
Tardes de outono (Autumn afternoons) describes the sunset, as the author perceives it in his frequent walks through the Parque do Centenario, in the village where he lives (Vilagarcía de Arousa).
Finally, Plácido amencer (Placid dawn) evokes a sweet awakening, through appropriate sound combinations, in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.