From the corners of an intersection sixteen musicians emerge divided in groups of four, each one coming from a different direction. Each group plays different kinds of instruments and wears different colored T-shirts. The sections enter the picture one at a time, their instruments creating cacophony, until they get to the center of the intersection. Once they are facing one another at the crossroads, a duel begins, culminating in a choreography that has the musicians switching places to form four bands with mixed colors and instruments. To the sound of one and the same tune, harmonized at last, the musicians now exit the scene. Therefore, Cruzada works like a critical aphorism on the possible loci of language.