Suites was the definitive title of the book, although Federico once considered Cielo bajo (Low Sky) (possibly alluding to the landscape of the Albaicín seen from the Alhambra). Lorca also considered the possibility of calling it Libro de las diferencias (Book of Differences) because of the musical variations or “differences” similar to those of vihuelists such as Antonio Cabezón, Luis Milán and Alfonso Mudarra (thus appearing in Gerardo Diego’s 1932 anthology).