The weekend’s work paid off: Miserere was well-received at vandaWeb class tonight. (You’ll need the latest Flash Player plugin.) This was a nonlinear interpretation of Psalm 51 in Latin and English, based on the verses of Gregorio Allegri’s Miserere Mei, presented as a typographic study juxtaposed alongside the David/Bathsheba story. Rolling over the Latin verse should play a digitally altered segment of the original Miserere choral setting (sped up to 400% for artsy compression effects). I’ve tried to be as careful as possible in my juxtapository expositions of the verses, and the audio lyrics should match the corresponding rollover text — except for a few pages where I botched up syncing with the Latin, because of time constraints.