The Codex Trujillo (ca. 1782-1785), also known as the Codex Martínez Companón, is a manuscript edited by Baltasar Jaime Martínez ompanón, bishop of Trujillo, Peru. It contains 1,411 watercolors and 20 musical scores documenting the life in the diocese. It shows how baroque pieces imported from western Europe were enriched by the local tradition, creating a unique Métis (a blend of American Indian Euro-American) repertoire. Jordi Savall entitled his program of musical selections from the Codex Bailar Cantando, because the music was conceived to be sung and danced at the same time.