What is the Catalan 'Virolai' in English?
"A poem to be set to music" is an English equivalent of the Catalan word "Virolai."
Specifically, the word refers to an ancient literary form within Catalan culture. One of its most prominent and enduring examples is "El Virolai de Montserrat." This is a chant in honor of Our Lady (Mary, mother of Jesus) of Montserrat. It often is referred to as "Rosa d'abril" ("Rose of April), which are the first words in the text.
Eivissenc is the native dialect of Catalan that is spoken on Ibiza. Spanish is also widely spoken, as well as English and German. Ibiza is a Spanish Island where they speak the native language of Catalan and the Official language of Spanish, however in the tourist areas English and other European languages are spoken to accommodate the large tourist trade.