Electroacoustic concept song for 2 female voices, throat chant tones, with bazantar, middle eastern percussion, surdo, cymbals, chimes, metal percussion, whistle, gongs, tam tam, timpani, bells, bowed piano and other samples. The musical and instrumental setting is inspired by 12th century troubadour and trouvere folklore. To discover the richness, variety and extremes of their repertoire, I recommend the excellent recordings by Rene Clemencic and the Clemencic consort.there are 2 simultaneous realities and different themes interwoven in a ceremonial narrative, of devotion and vagrancy.One in which native vows are taken in an allegorical wedding to the earth.The other is urban vagrancy. Her description is that she had her cloths, her backpack and her memories. Despite herself, she tries to make herself cozy at times in the most open public places. Her intimacy is an invisible house, like in the country, when the elements constitute a shared décor. They both have in common a religious sister who passed away. In times of despair, like Francis of Assisi, they would turn their thoughts towards the others, and they often imagined her as they last saw her, lying dead on her back, eyes covered and a candle on each side. The general feelings expressed apply to both of them, we can listen linking the discreet elements in the music, chant and sounds to devotion, piety, vagrancy, despair etc. or of course, to whatever else comes to mind.The electroacoustic elements are meant to cast her image in the background, and to give a presentation of a devout quality for one, and a moderate urban quality for the other.The proceedings are accompanied by discreet resounding bell rolls, that are more felt than heard at times. It may sound better on headphones or on medium\large speakers.