• Drake
    Posts: 139
    I'd like to share my latest composition, a polyphonic setting of the antiphon Zelus Domus Tuae. I actually composed this about a month ago; but aside from sharing it with my own choir director and family, I have been sitting on it because it is something of a channeling of my own anger during the present difficulty. I might compose to misery or sadness, but I don't usually compose to anger.

    Free download and digital rendering are available here: http://www.catholicliving.net/zelus-domus-tuae/

    The start of the piece should be strong and dramatic (hence the accents), but the electronic instruments don't exactly interpret that well.

    Does anyone know if polyphonic antiphons are allowed for Tenebrae? (Victoria, for example, composed polyphonic responsories). If so, this could be used at the very start of Tenebrae of Holy Thursday.