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Byzantine Tone 5

Let Everything That Hath Breath-Tone 5

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Praises

These are the initial Praises only, "Let everything . . . Praise ye Him . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.

O Lord, I have cried (Tone 5)

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O Lord, I have cried

"O Lord, I have cried," until "Let thine ears be attentive . . . ."

After-Feast of the Nativity of our Lord (December 28th), Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Vesperal Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

These stichera are sung for the After-Feast of the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ, December 28th, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Thou dost bear Adam's form . . . ."

Theotokion, Whom Art Thou Come Now To Resemble

Theotokion for Vespers & Matins, Prosomoion "O righteous Father."  "Who art thou come now to resemble . . . ."

Ambrose of Milan, Stichera at OLIHC (2nd set)

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Vesperal Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

The 2nd set of stichera at OLIHC for St. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, December 7th, Prosomoion "O righteous Father."  "O righteous Father, sacred Ambrose . . . ."

Saba the Sanctified, Stichera at the Aposticha at Vespers

The stichera at the Aposticha for St. Saba the Sanctified, December 5th, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Rejoice, thou fragrant treasure indeed . . . ."

Stavro-Theotokion (of the Cross), Seeing the spear now piercing Thy side

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Theotokia for Vespers & Orthros

The Stavro-Theotokion (of the Cross) sung at Vespers and/or Matins/Orthros, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Seeing the spear now piercing Thy side . . . ."

Moses the Ethiopian, Stichera at the Aposticha at Vespers

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Vesperal Stichera at the Aposticha

For our Righteous Father Moses the Ethiopian, August 28th, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Rejoice, repentant robber most blest . . . ."

Joseph of Damascus, 01-Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried (1st set)

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Joseph of Damascus (July 10)

These are the First Set of stichera at OLIHC for Joseph of Damascus, July 10th, Prosomoion "O Righteous Father."  "When, for the love of the Creator . . . ."

Polychronion of Metropolitan SABA

This is the Polychronion sung for Metropolitan SABA, which may be sung instead of "Ton Dhespotin."  "The Lord God grant many years . . . ."  The music is in Western and Byzantine notation.

Theotokion, Thou Who Art Sovereign Lady Of All

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Theotokia for Vespers & Orthros

This Theotokion is from the Triodion, during Lent, and is sung at Vespers and/or Matins (Orthros), Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Thou who art Sovereign Lady of all . . . ."

Lent-Saturday Matins (Orthros) for Tone 5, Stichera at the Aposticha of the Praises

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Lent, Saturdays & Sundays in Great Lent

These stichera from the Triodion are sung in Matins (Orthros) during Lent on Saturday for the Aposticha of the Praises, when it is Tone 5, Prosomoion "Rejoice."   "Since Thou art great in mercy . . . ."

Theodosios the Great, Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Vesperal Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

These stichera are sung for Theodosios the Great, Head of Monasteries (Cenobiarch), January 11th, Prosomoion "The Original Melody."  "O righteous Father Theodosios, thou God-bearing Saint . . . ."

Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ, Both now at the Litia (Entreaty)

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Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ (Dec 25)

This is the Both now at the Litia for the Nativity of Christ, December 25th.  "All the Angels in Heaven dance . . . ."

Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ, Glory at the Litia (Entreaty)

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Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ (Dec 25)

This is the Glory at the Litia (Entreaty) sung before the Aposticha for the Nativity of Christ, December 25th.  "The Magi, Kings of Persia . . . ."

Theotokion, Having Great And Inumerable Sins

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Theotokia for Vespers & Orthros

This is sung at Vespers and/or Matins/Orthros, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Having great and inumerable sins . . . ."

Eustathios and his family, Stichera at the Aposticha at Vespers

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Vesperal Stichera at the Aposticha

These stichera are sung for the Great-Martyr Eustathios and his family, September 20th, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Rejoice, thou who wast called from on high . . . ."

Euphrosyne, Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Vesperal Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

These stichera are sung for Our Righteous Mother Euphrosyne, September 25th, Prosomoion "O Righteous Father."  "O righteous Mother, famed and admirable Euphrosyne . . . ."

Paraklesis-Little (Small), Byzantine Notation

This is the text and music for the Paraklesis Service in Byzantine notation sung in August during the Dormition Fast.  (The Western notation is in a separate file.)

Paraklesis-Little (Small), Western Notation

This is the text and music for the Paraklesis Service sung in August during the Dormition Fast.  (The Byzantine notation is in a separate file.)

Octoechos-Wednesday Vespers-Tone 5, Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Vesperal Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

These are the stichera sung on Wednesday evening from the Octoechos, Tone 5, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "When ye were sent throughout all the world . . . ."

Lent-6th Wednesday of Lent, 7th & 6th Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Vesperal Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

These are the 7th & 6th stichera (10, 9, 8, 7, 6

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  • Lent-3rd Sunday of Lent-Sunday of the Cross, Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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    Lent, Saturdays & Sundays in Great Lent

    These stichera are sung on the 3rd Sunday of Lent, the Sunday of the Cross, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Shine the bright lightning-bolts of thy grace . . . ."

    Isaac the Syrian, Dismissal Hymn (Apolytikion)

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    Troparia (Apolytikia) of the Saints

    This is the Dismissal Hymn (Apolytikion) sung for our Righteous Father Isaac the Syrian, January 28th, Prosomoion "Let us worship the Word."  "He that thundered on Sinai with saving laws for man . . . ."

    Ephraim and Isaac the Syrians, Stichera at the Aposticha at Vespers

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    Vesperal Stichera at the Aposticha

    These are sung for our Righteous Fathers Ephraim and Isaac the Syrians, January 28th, Prosomoion "Rejoice."  "Rejoice, Ephraim, thou fountain of song . . . Rejoice, Isaac, thou eagle of prayer . . . ."

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