The dramatic text and procession of PŠL of Father Romuald Marusic from the year 1721 in Škofja Loka (Slovenia) have been according from the beginning the music. The author writes about all music on the basis of new contemporary performances according audio- and video-recordings: from the original and the first performances of PŠL – which are the least provable and therefore hypothetic - on that account is there a little longer introduction, which brings the repertory of Slovene fast songs, the Rosary of Tolmin/Tolminski rožar (as one of the most credible “basis” for PŠL, there are musical additions of Josip Čerin, Niko Kuret and Stanko Premrl, and the music, which is for the last “new-age” performances of procession reconstructions of PŠL, itself has contributed Andrej Misson and Tone Potočnik; for statiscical arrangements of PŠL. The other performances have arrived in Drama (of Slovene National Theatre in Ljubljana, 2000) the folk singer Ljoba Jenče and the Slovenian composer Aldo Kumar. There are the new composed composition of PŠL – in Ljubljana and in Škofja Loka are performed (2002) – by Slovene composer Alojz Srebotnjak. Available works are represented by musicological and analytical, then author draws during them certain parallels in conclusion and he puts up fixed preferences of either music. All of them are unitary the text of PŠL: diplomatic transcription, simple phonetic transcription with translation non-Slovene parts of text of P. Romuald; by them is leaned all mentioned (new and contemporary) performances of music of PŠL.