• vigilate
    Posts: 12
    An SATB setting of the Lord's Prayer in Latin, using a contrapuntal style which relaxes toward a calm homophony at the end. Tone painting is exhibited particularly by the tortured voice leading as the text pleads that we not be led into temptation (pages 5 and 6) and the use of the Gregorian "joy" motif (fa so la so la) at "gloria" (on page 7).
  • francisfrancis
    Posts: 8,868
    Nice! Do you have a recording? Would like to hear this.
  • vigilate
    Posts: 12
    Thanks for the good word. Sorry, no recording (other than midi).
  • francisfrancis
    Posts: 8,868
    send midi, i will make a recording for you in sibelius application.
  • vigilate
    Posts: 12
    Kudos to Francis for hiring the hall and the wind quartet. While I was conducting, I didn't notice the flute player sitting on the microphone, and my tempo is too slow, I think. I was nervous. And we put in a diminuendo on the top of page 6. Thanks again, Francis.

    http://www.lulu.com/items/volume_63/2169000/2169834/1/preview/SmPaterNoster.mov