Can you put a PPA in a periphrastic construction, with a form of esse?
I was working on the periphrastic declension of the future active parts and the future passive parts. Now it occurred to me: Would there also be such declension with PPA's, in combination with the forms of esse?
PPA + praesens esse
Cantans sum. - I'm singing.
Cantans sim. - May I be singing.
PPA + perfectum esse
Cantans fui. - I've been singing.
Ne cantans fueris. - Don't be singing.
PPA + imperfectum esse
Cantans eram. - I was singing.
Utinam cantans essem. - If only I were singing.
PPA + plusquamperfectum esse
Cantans fueram. - I had been singing.
Utinam cantans fuissem. - If only I had been singing.
PPA + futurum simplex esse
Cantans ero. - I will be singing.
PPA + futurum perfectum esse
Cantans fuero. - I will have been singing.
PPA + present infinitive esse
Cantans esse. - To be singing.
PPA + perfectum infinitive esse
Cantans fuisse. - To have been singing.
Are all these sequences (using cantans as an example) possible to say? And do they also occur (especially the PPA + praesens esse)? And is there perhaps also a participle + future infinitive esse, such as cantans futurum esse or cantans fore?