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Let my prayer rise: - chant from the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts from the Psalm 140. Obichod - Russian Common Chant. (Part)
(0:55; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 862 kb) in Church Slavonic

Do not turn thy face away: - prokeimenon at the Vespers on the First Sunday of Great Lent, Tone 8. (Ps 68, 18-19) Carpathian chant - Prostopinie (Cantus firmus) - setting: J. Papp and M. Mekel. (Part)
(1:25; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 1333 kb) in Church Slavonic

Your resurrection: - introductory chant at the Paschal Matins and sticheira of the Tone 6 at the Vesper on Saturday evening. Abbreviated Kievan Chant.
(1:44; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 1633 kb) in Slovak

Christos anesti: (Christ is risen:) - Troparion of Pascha. Byzantine chant.
(2:41; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 2523 kb) in Greek

Rejoice, Isaiah: - Heirmos 9 in the Canon of Tone 5 (also used at the Rite of the Holy Matrimony). Carpathian chant - Prostopinie (Cantus firmus) - setting: J. Papp and M. Mekel.
(1:38; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 1546 kb) in Slovak

Holy, holy, holy: - from the Anaphora of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom. Carpathian chant - Prostopinie (Cantus firmus).
(2:16; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 2135 kb) in Slovak

God is with us: - solemn chant at the Great Compline of Christmas and Epihany. (Taken from Isaisah chapter 8-9). Carpathian chant - Prostopinie (Cantus firmus).
(5:32; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 5192 kb) in Slovak - smaller file (56 kbit/s joint stereo; 2272 kb)

Beatitudes - third antiphon at the Divine Liturgy of St. Johna Chrysosotom (Mt 5, 3-12). Greek chant, Tone 1.
(2:22; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 2247 kb) in Slovak

I Love Thee, o Lord: - canticle from the Divine Liturgy of St. James, Lord's Brother. (Ps 17, 2-3)
(0:38; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 618 kb) in Church Slavonic

Gladsome Light: [Fós hilaron] - hymn from Vespers celebrating Christ, Light for everyone and source of life fot the whole world. Kievan chant.
(1:55; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 1824 kb) in Church Slavonic

Lord, Now Lettest Thou: [Nunc dimittis] - canticle of St. Simeon at Vespers. Carpathian chant.
(1:12; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 1141 kb) in Church Slavonic

God is Lord + Sunday Troparion of Tone 5 - from Matins. Carpathian chant - Prostopinie (Cantus firmus).
(3:05; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 2919 kb) in Slovak

Rejoice, o Virgin: - Archangel Gabriel's greeting to Virgin Mary, the Theotokos. Closing troparion at Lenten Vespers. Greek chant.
(0:52; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 823 kb) in Church Slavonic

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent: - replacement for the Cherubic hymn at the Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great on the Holy Saturday. Carpathian chant - Prostopinie (Cantus firmus).
(4:45; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 4466 kb) in Church Slavonic

The Angel Cried Out: - Heirmos 9 of Canon of Pascha from Paschal Matins. Replaces "It is Truly Fitting" at the Divine Liturgy. Anonymous.
(1:33; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit joint stereo; 1466 kb) in Church Slavonic

1 comments so far:
    Mary Kathryn December 27, 2008 at 4:23 AM , said...

    D'yakau duzhze. Thank you so very much. I lost these in a reprogram and I missed them.

     

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