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Byzantine Tone 4

John the Hut Dweller, Apolytikion

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Troparia (Apolytikia) of the Saints

Apolytikion for Saint John the Hut Dweller, January 15, Tone 4/Fourth Mode, Prosomoion, "Be quick to anticipate".  "Since thou hadst with fervor longed after the Lord from thy youth . . . ."

Theophany (Epiphany) of our Lord, Kontakion

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Theophany (Epiphany) of our Lord (Jan 6)

Kontakion for Theophany (Epiphany), sung January 6th-14th, The Original melody: "On this day Thou hast appeared."

Theophany (Epiphany) of our Lord, Third Kathisma

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Theophany (Epiphany) of our Lord (Jan 6)

Third Kathisma for Theophany (Epiphany), January 6th, Prosomoion "Be quick to anticipate."  "The streams of the Jordan River . . . ."

Theophany (Epiphany) of our Lord, Second Kathisma

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Theophany (Epiphany) of our Lord (Jan 6)

Second Kathisma for Theophany (Epiphany), January 6th, Prosomoion "Joseph was amazed."  "River Jordan, what hast thou beheld . . . ."

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

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Circumcision of Christ/Basil the Great (Jan 1)

Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried" for St. Basil the Great, January 1st, Prosomoion "Thou who wast called on high."  "O Father Basil, thou namesake of the Kingdom . . . ."  Updated 12/20/18.

Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ, Kathismata

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Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ (Dec 25)

Kathismata for the Nativity of Christ (December 25), Prosomoion "Joseph was amazed."  "Come, ye faithful let us see where Christ the Savior hath been born . . . ."  Updated 11/30/19.

Forefeast of the Nativity of Christ, Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Forefeast and Paramon (Eve) of the Nativity of Christ (Dec 20-24)

These are sung for the Forefeast of the Nativity of Christ, December 24th, Prosomoion, "As one valiant."  "Let the cymbals resound today . . . ."

Matins - Magnifications at the Katavasiae, Tone 4/Fourth Mode

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Magnifications (More honorable) at the Katavasiae (Canon)

Magnifications at the Katavasiae, "More honorable than the Cherubim...", Tone 4/Fourth Mode.  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.

Matins - Magnifications at the Katavasiae, All Modes

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Magnifications (More honorable) at the Katavasiae (Canon)

Magnifications at the Katavasiae, "More honorable than the Cherubim...", all tones/modes.  The music is in Western & Byzantine notation.

Vespers, Kazan - Resurrectional Aposticha, Tone 4

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Aposticha for the Resurrection, Tone 4/Fourth Mode.  "When thou wast lifted up upon the cross, O Lord . . . ."

Vespers, Kazan - Resurrectional Theotokion at the Aposticha, Tone 4

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Theotokion for the Resurrection at the Aposticha, Tone 4/Fourth Mode.  "O thou who art free from all blemish . . . ."

John Chrysostom, Stichera at the Praises (Nov 13)

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John Chrysostom (Feast: Nov 13; Recovery of Relics: Jan 27)

Stichera at the Praises for St. John Chrysostom, November 13th, Prosomoia "Unto them that fear thee."  "Brighter are thy sacred doctrines . . . ."  Updated 12/30/18.

John Chrysostom, Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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John Chrysostom (Feast: Nov 13; Recovery of Relics: Jan 27)

These are sung for St. John Chrysostom on November 13th and January 27th, Prosomoia "As one valiant." "Let us praise with sweet melodies . . . ."  Updated 12/17/18.

Paul the Confessor, Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

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Vesperal Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried"

Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried" for St. Paul the Confessor, November 6th, Prosomoion "Unto them that fear thee."  "Wondrous Paul chose thee to be his emulator, O blessed one . . . ."

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 . . . ."

Matins, Kazan - Troparion of the Resurrection after the Great Doxology, Tone 4

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Troparion of the Resurrection after the Great Doxology, "Today is salvation", Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.

Matins, Kazan - Doxastikon and Theotokion at the Praises for Eothinon 04, Tone 4

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Doxastikon and Theotokion for the Fourth Eothinon at the Praises, Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.

Matins, Kazan - Praises and Resurrectional Stichera, Tone 4

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Praises and Resurrectional Stichera, Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.  Updated 9/14/19.

Matins, Kazan - Festal Anabathmoi "From my youth up"

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Festal Anabathmoi "From my youth up...", Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.

Matins, Kazan - Magnifications at the Katavasiae, Tone 4

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Magnifications at the Katavasiae, "More honorable than the Cherubim...", Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.

Matins, Kazan - Katavasia for the Theotokos, Ode 9, Tone 4

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Ninth Ode Katavasia for the Theotokos, "Let all earthborn mortals...", Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.

Matins, Kazan - Katavasiae for the Theotokos, Odes 1-8, Tone 4

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Katavasiae 1-8 for the Theotokos, "I shall open my mouth...", Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.

Matins, Kazan - Prokeimenon of the Resurrectional Orthros Gospel, Tone 4

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Matins, Kazan Byzantine Project

Prokeimenon for the Resurrectional Orthros Gospel, Tone 4/Fourth Mode, from the Kazan Matins book.

Vespers, Kazan - Glory, Slow Final, in Various Tones

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Slow (Sticheraric) Final Glory in the various tones, from the Kazan Vespers book, adapted. Updated 1/14/17.

Vespers, Kazan - Glory, Fast Final, in Assorted Tones

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Vespers, Kazan Byzantine Project

Fast Final Glory in various Byzantine tones, from Kazan Vespers book.

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