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O Lord, I have cried (Brief - Tone 1)

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O Lord, I have cried (Brief versions)

This is the brief version of "O Lord, I have cried unto thee" which may be sung at Daily Vespers.  (The Byzantne version will be added when it is available.)

Samaritan Woman, Doxastikon at the Aposticha at Vespers

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Samaritan Woman Sunday

This is the Glory (Doxastikon) at the Aposticha at Vespers for the Sunday of the Samaritan Woman.  It is also sung during the following week of the Samaritan Woman.  "When by Thine ineffable dispensation . . . ."  The Byzantine version will be added when it is available.  Updated 5/19/2020.

Samaritan Woman, Glory (Doxastikon) at the Praises

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Samaritan Woman Sunday

This Glory is sung on the Sunday of the Samaritan Woman, the 5th Sunday of Pascha.  "The Well-spring of the principle of life, Jesus . . . ."  Updated 5/17/2020.

Mid-Pentecost, Glory/Both now (Doxastikon) at the Praises

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Mid-Pentecost, Feast of (Wednesday)

This is the Glory/Both now (Doxastikon) sung for Mid-Pentecost.  "Having been enlightened by the Resurrection of Christ . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.  Updated 5/12/2020.

Samaritan Woman, Kontakion

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Samaritan Woman Sunday

This Kontakion is for the Samaritan Woman and sung for weekday Divine Liturgies.  "Having come to the well in faith . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.

Myrrh-bearing Women Sunday, Kontakion

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Myrrh-bearing Women Sunday

This is the Kontakion sung for the Myrrh-bearing Women, during the weekday Divine Liturgies.  "When Thou did cry, Rejoice, unto the Myrrh-bearers . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.

Myrrh-bearing Women Sunday, Glory (Doxastikon) at the Aposticha

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Myrrh-bearing Women Sunday

This is the Glory (Doxastikon) at the Aposticha at Vespers sung for the Sunday of the Myrrh-bearing Women.  "Thou Who coverest Thyself with light as with a garment . . . ."

Blind Man Sunday, Glory (Doxastikon) at the Praises

This is the Glory (Doxastikon) at the Praises sung on the Sunday of the Blind Man, the 6th Sunday of Pascha.  "Who can tell of Thy mighty works, O Christ . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.  Updated 5/19/2020.

Blind Man Sunday, Katavasia (Ode 9)

This is the Katavasia of the 9th Ode for the Sunday of the Blind Man, the 6th Sunday of Pascha.  "Thou who art God's Mother . . . ."

Blind Man Sunday, Katavasiae (Odes 1-8)

These are the Katavasiae of Odes 1-8 sung on the Sunday of the Blind Man, the 6th Sunday of Pascha.  "To our Savior and God, Who led His people dry shod . . . ."  The music is in Western and Byzantine notation.

Paralytic Sunday, Glory (Doxastikon) at the Praises

This is the Glory (Doxastikon) sung at the Praises on the Sunday of the Paralytic, the 4th Sunday of Pascha.  "O Lord, the paralytic was not healed by the pool . . . ."  The music is in Western and Byzantine notation.  Updated 5/10/2020.

Myrrh-bearing Women Sunday, Glory (Doxastikon) at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Myrrh-bearing Women Sunday

This is the Glory (Doxastikon) at "O Lord, I have cried" sung on the Sunday of the Myrrh-bearing Women, the 3rd Sunday of Pascha.  "The ointment-bearing women, O Savior . . . ."  (Click on "Listen" to hear Dn. John chant it.)  The Byzantine notation will be added when it is complete.

Thomas Sunday (New Sunday), Glory/Both now at the Praises

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Thomas Sunday (First Sunday after Pascha)

This is the Glory & Both now (Doxastikon) sung at the Praises on Thomas Sunday (New Sunday), the First Sunday after Pascha.  "Eight days after Thy Resurrection, O Jesus . . . ."

Thomas Sunday (New Sunday), Megalynarion (Hymn to the Theotokos-chant)

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Thomas Sunday (First Sunday after Pascha)

This is the Megalynarion (Hymn to the Theotokos) sung on Thomas Sunday, the first Sunday after Pascha, which is also the Second Sunday of Pascha.  "O most radiant lamp, the Theotokos . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.

Polyeleos, Psalm 134 (Brief version)

This is the Polyeleos, Psalm 134, sung on major feasts during Matins.  "O ye servants of the Lord. Alleluia.  Praise ye the Name of the Lord. O ye servants, praise the Lord . . . ."

Matins, Kazan - Praises, Tone 1 (first part only)

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

This is only the beginning of the Praises in Tone 1, without the Resurrectional stichera.  "Let everything that hath breath . . . Praise ye him, all his angels . . . ."

Palm Sunday, 2nd Apolytikion

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

This is the Second Apolytikion sung on Palm Sunday.  "As by baptism we were buried with Thee . . . ."

Palm Sunday Matins, Complete Western notation

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

This is the complete service for Palm Sunday Matins (Orthros).  It contains:  God is the Lord, Apolytikia, Kathismata, Prokeimenon, Troparia after Psalm 50, Katavasiae of Odes 1-8 & Ode 9, Praises and Glory/Both now at the Praises.  It is in Western notation only.

Palm Sunday Matins, Complete Byzantine notation

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

This is the complete service for Palm Sunday Matins (Orthros).  It contains:  God is the Lord, Apolytikia, Kathismata, Prokeimenon, Troparia after Psalm 50, Katavasiae of Odes 1-8 & Ode 9, Praises and Glory/Both now at the Praises.  It is in Byzantine notation only.  Updated 4/7/2020.

Palm Sunday Liturgy, Kontakion

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

This is the Kontakion sung on Palm Sunday.  "Being borne upon a throne in Heaven . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation. 

Palm Sunday Liturgy, Megalynarion (Hymn to the Theotokos)

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

This is the Megalynarion (Hymn to the Theotokos) sung at the Divine Liturgy on Palm Sunday.  "God is the Lord and hath appeared unto us . . . ."  The music is in Western and Byzantine notation.

Palm Sunday Matins, 9-Glory/Both now (Doxastikon) at the Praises

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

This is the music for the Glory/Both now (Doxastikon) at the Praises for Palm Sunday Matins.  "Glory . . . Both now . . . Six days before the Passover, Jesus came to Bethany . . . ."  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.  Updated 4/9/2020.

Palm Sunday Matins, 8-The Praises

This is the music for the Praises sung at Palm Sunday Matins (Orthros).  "Let every breath praise the Lord . . . O Lord, the very great multitude strewed their garments in the way . . . ."  It is in Western & Byzantine notation.

Palm Sunday Matins, 7-Katavasiae (Odes 1-8 & 9th Ode)

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

This is the music for the Katavasiae of Odes 1-8 and the 9th Ode for the Canon sung at Palm Sunday Matins (Orthros).  "The springs of the abyss were seen to be utterly dried up . . . God is the Lord and hath appeared unto us . . . ."  It is in Western & Byzantine notation.  Update 4/12/2020.

Palm Sunday Matins, 6-Post-Gospel Hymns

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Lazarus Saturday & Palm Sunday (Week before Pascha)

These are the troparia sung at Palm Sunday Matins, after the Gospel and Psalm 50, "Today Christ entereth into the Holy City . . . Today the grace of the Holy Spirit . . . ."  It is in Western & Byzantine notation.  Updated 4/12/2020.

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