A chaplain and singer in the courtroom of Queen Isabella, Millan composed several tracks which were secular in character. Twenty four configurations are within the collection in the “Musical tracks from the palace.” A lot of the tracks were organized as villancicos and cope with the theme of courtly like frequently in hyperbolized manners. These like tracks, frequently emoting melancholy, had been arranged for an individual singing tone of voice with instrumental accompaniment. If indeed they were obtained for several tone of voice, Millan’s predominant practice was to create them for four voices. The `lower’ voices move a lot, in comparisn to additional vocal functions, that these were most probably created for tools. Three tracks, “Mios fueron mi coracon,” “O dolce con triste memoria,” and “Sy no piensas remediar,” had been ready for three voices. Millan mainly used the Mixolydin setting with a number of the cadences closing on C, E or F. Generally he used duple meters but three villancicos modification to triple meters in both lower voices. Traditional ballads had been organized by Millan for four voices. Opportunities of short imitations was the normal quality of Millan’s compositions.