The Lisbon earthquake of 1755 brought with it the destruction of all of Jacinto’s compositions. Just two of his functions are extant and his sonatas, also likened to the proper execution of tocattas, emphasize the workings of Baroque motifs instead of courtly simplicity. Among the extant functions returns towards the tonic prior to the initial double club indicating the feasible impact of Seixa. The various other sonata also stocks the very similar patterns and similar repetitions within Seixa’s sonata No. 50.