Mora Guarnido himself announced the imminent appearance of the book on July 1, 1921, in the Noticiero Granadino. The review did not have much transcendence outside Granada. On July 30 in El Sol published in Madrid, the music critic Adolfo Salazar, wrote another review in which he clarified that this was a work of “transition”. He highlights the 1920 compositions which are seen to have a “modern profile”. Also Cipriano Rivas Cherif and Guillermo de Torre wrote reviews of the book, highlighting its pantheism. Torre reproached him for his excessive sentimentalism, but praised his capacity for metaphor.