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Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple - choral, Hymn to the Theotokos

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Hymns to the Theotokos

Megalynarion for the Entrance of the Virgin in the Temple (November 21), Tone 4/Fourth Mode (harmonized).  "Angels marvelled . . . . Since thou art the living temple of God . . . ."

Vespers, Kazan - Glory #1, Final

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Final Glory/Both now sung at the end of Vespers, by Raymond J. George (1917-2002). 

Vespers, Kazan - Dismissal

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Dismissal sung after the apolytikia (troparia) from the Kazan Vespers book.  "Preserve, O God, the holy Orthodox Faith and all Orthodox Christians . . . More honorable than the cherubim . . . Glory . . . Both now . . . ."  Updated 4/24/19.

Vespers, Kazan - St. Simeon's Prayer (Choral)

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

St. Simeon's Prayer, choral version by Archangelsky and adapted into English by Gelsinger.  "Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace . . . ."

Vespers, Kazan - Litany Before the Aposticha

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Litany before the Aposticha from the Kazan Vespers book.  "Lord, have mercy."  "Grant this, O Lord."

Vespers, Kazan - Litany of Fervent Supplication #2

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Litany of Fervent Supplication, second version from the Kazan Vespers book, with single and triple LHM.  Updated 11/22/16.

Vespers, Kazan - Litany of Fervent Supplication #1

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Litany of Fervent Supplication, first version from the Kazan Vespers book, including single and triple LHM.  Updated 11/22/16.

Vespers, Kazan - O Gladsome Light (Choral)

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Lamp-lighting hymn for after "O Lord, I have cried". Choral setting.  "Gladsome Light of the holy glory . . . ."

Vespers, Kazan - Great Litany

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Great Litany #1 and #2 from the Kazan Vespers book.

Vespers, Kazan - Come Let Us Worship

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Invitatory (initial hymn) from the Kazan Vespers book.  "Come, let us worship and fall down before God our King . . . ."

Transfiguration, Kontakion (choral)

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Transfiguration of our Lord (August 6)

Kontakion for the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord (6 August).  "Thou wast transfigured on the mount . . . ."

Transfiguration, Troparion (choral)

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Transfiguration of our Lord (August 6)

Apolytikion for the Feast of the Transfiguration of Christ (6 August).  "When thou, O Christ our God, wast transfigured on the mountain . . . ."

Awed by the beauty of thy virginity

Theotokion of the first kathisma of Mode III Resurrectional Matins. Also sung at the end of the Salutations to the Theotokos service on Fridays of Great Lent.

The Anaphora

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Anaphora

This is sung during the DIvine Liturgy.

The Anaphora

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Anaphora

This is sung during the DIvine Liturgy.

The Anaphora

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Anaphora

This is sung during the DIvine Liturgy.

The Anaphora

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Anaphora

This is sung during the Divine Liturgy.

Open To Me The Doors of Repentance

These reverential troparia are sung during Matins (Orthros) from the Sunday of the Pharisee and Publican to the 5th Sunday of Lent.

Anaphora

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Anaphora

Sung during the Divine Liturgy.

Cherubic Hymn #9

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Cherubic Hymns

Sung during the Divine Liturgy, slower than the MIDI file plays it.

Trisagion Hymn

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Trisagion Hymns

Sung during the Divine Liturgy, slower than the MIDI file plays it.

Trisagion Hymn

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Trisagion Hymns

Sung during the Divine Liturgy.

Vouchsafe, O Lord

This hymn is usually said by the bishop during Vespers, but may be sung, if desired.

Beatitudes, The

The Beatitudes is sung in the Slavic tradition during the Little Entrance.

The Angel Cried

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Pascha: The Resurrection of Christ

This hymn is sung during the Paschal season, instead of It Is Truly Meet, as the Megalynarion in the Divine Liturgy on Pascha, and the Sundays of the Myrrh-bearing Women and the Blind Man. 

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