Musicologist Oriol Pérez Treviño introduced attendees to the life and work of Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) in the second audition ofInspiration / Divinity cycle, which filled the church of Saint Cecilia of Montserrat. The audition focused on the well-known German Requiem and how Brahms made an effort to recover sounds and musical structures of the past. The session provided to the attendees moments of great emotion and connection with the music of Brahms, and Pérez Treviño insisted –reading different texts and conversations of the composer– in the sense of transcendence that this musician required to compose, and also in the divine inspiration he felt.