Composers of the late Middle Ages, who were most often poets too, began to look for ways to illustrate texts. At the beginning they appeared in the form of onomatopoeic imitation of the sounds of musical instruments and birdsong. That’s how the French wrote this music. Italians, on the other hand, created special musical forms for narrating scenes from everyday life. In their music, we find hunts, pictures of different times of the day and scenes from shepherds’ work. Artists with considerable virtuosity will lead us to the world of imagination.