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The Theotokos, being the living tabernacle of God. The Apolytikion sung for St. Anthony the Great, January 17th. This is the first Exaposteilarion for St. Anthony the Great, January 17th, Prosomoion "Hearken, ye women. Since thou didst live the Angels' life. O thou good hope of all the world. These are sung for St.
Anthony the Great, January 17th, Prosomoion "Thou who wast called from on high. These are sung at the Aposticha for St. Anthony the Great, January 17th, Prosomoion "Rejoice. The stichera at the Praises for St. Anthony the Great, January 17th, Prosomoion "O strange wonder.
Convention music-4A. Click on "Listen" to hear the mp3 audio export of Finale of the piano playing this piece. Convention Music-4C Alternative. These are the troparia and idiomelon sung after Psalm 50 for the Synaxis of the Archangels, November 8th. Through the intercessions of the incorporeals. Both now. Have mercy. O divine incorporeals. For Regular Divine Liturgy without a bishop. This chant version is in both English and Arabic, for use together or each on its own.
For Hierarchical Divine Liturgy, in the key of E-flat. Beholding the ascent of the Master. Rejoice, O Queen. This is an alternate version of the 2nd Antiphon for the Feast of Ascension, 40 days after Pascha. O Son of God, who didst rise from us in glory to the heavens. These stichera are sung on Monday evening for Tuesday of the 7th week of Pascha, after the Ascension of our Lord, Prosomoion "Unto them that fear thee.
These stichera are sung on Tuesday evening for Wednesday of the 7th week of Pascha, after the Ascension of our Lord, Prosomoion "As one valiant. These stichera are sung on Wednesday evening for Thursday of the 7th week of Pascha, after the Ascension of our Lord, Prosomoion "Thou who wast called from on high.
This Apolytkion is sung for St. Athanasius of Athos, July 5th, Prosomoion "Awed by the beauty. This is sung for St. Athanasius of Athos, July 5th, Prosomoion "While thy disciples looked on thee. These stichera are sung for St.
Athanasius the Athonite, July 5th, Prosomoion "With what fair crowns. Chant and Choral music for the Sacrament of Baptism. The Apolytkion of St. Through the intercessions of the Forerunner. Have mercy on me. O John the Baptizer and preacher of repentance. These are sung for the Beheading of John the Baptist, August 29th. Behold, that most sacred head. These are sung on August 29th for the Beheading of John the Baptist.
As thou, O modest Maiden. These stichera are sung for the Leave-taking of the Beheading of John the Baptist, August 30th, Prosomoion "Thou who wast called from on high. An introductory help and guide to the scales of each tone for Byzantine Chant. A singable guide to each tone in Byzantine chant, syllabic style only. Not to be actually sung in church, though! Click on [Listen] to hear this being sung.
Most blessed art thou. Click "Listen" to hear it being chanted by Chadi Karam. The same are used on the Sunday of the Pharisee and Publican. Convention musicH. The beginning half note is not a D, but rather a C. We are not able to correct this in the audio file at this time.
The audio file uses piano and strings for you to hear its tempo and movement, using the translation from the Liturgikon. Convention musicC. This is the first set of Children's music for our youngest children, ages Pre-school to 6 years old.
Sung during the Paschal season. Standard Archdiocese Version. Standard Archdiocese Version in English, Arabic, and Greek slow versions , followed by the quick version with verses Let God arise, etc. Standard Archdiocese Version, quick version, sung with the verses "Let God arise Paschal Troparion, Key of F.
New file name generated. Apolytikion of St. Basil the Great, Feast Day is January 1st. This is the choral version of the Apolytikion of St. Basil the Great, January 1st. Basil the Great. Through the intercesions of the Bishop Basil. Grace is poured upon thy lips. Stichera at "O Lord, I have cried" for St. Basil the Great, January 1st, Prosomoion "Thou who wast called on high. This is the choral version of the Apolytikion of the Circumcision of Christ, January 1st.
This is the choral version of the Kontakion for the Circumcision of Christ, January 1st. Basil the Great and the Circumcision of Christ, January 1st. When the Savior condescended. O thou all beatified Basil. The all-good God did not disdain to be circumcized. Save us, O Son of God, who wast circumcized in the flesh. These Exaposteilaria are sung on January 1st, Prosomion "While standing in the temple's courts.
Now He that hath fulfilled the Law. This is the 9th Ode for both the Circumcision of Christ and St. O thou blessed and all-pure one, in whose womb was incarnate. Magnify, O my soul. O Father Basil. These stichera at the Aposticha are sung for St. It is a part of Richard's "The Chants of Vespers. This was done by Dn. George Nashawati, based on the music of Sakellarides, offering two versions. Convention musicJ. To be sung for an Apostle his , or for many Apostles their.
This Communion Hymn is sung on Wednesdays, Sept. The Communion Hymn for Thursday and the Apostles. Another choral arrangement of the Communion Hymn for Lazarus Saturday. Delivered from the ancient curse. Exapost: Prosomoion "While standing in the Temple's courts. Prosomoion "On this day thou hast appeared. The Lord God took flesh. In joy we cry aloud to thee. These are the stichera for the Consecration of the Church of the Resurrection in Jerusalem, December 9th, Prosomoion "Ye angelic hosts.
These praises are sung on September 13th for the Consecration of Resurrection Church in Jerusalem, Prosomoion "Unto them that fear thee. This Exaposteilarion is sung on May 21st for the Feast of Ss. These are the festal troparia sung after the Gospel and Psalm Through the intercessions of Thy God-crowned Saints.
Today the memorial of the pious Constantine. These stichera are sung on May 21st for the Feast of Ss. Let us honor the all-wise teacher. O Mother of Christ God. Cease never to implore the Lord. Through the intercessions of the fight-bearing Demetrios.
Christ God, O wise Martyr Demetrios. Exceeding joy hath shone forth. This Apolytikion is sung on October 26th for the Earthquake. These stichera at the Aposticha are sung for the Earthquake of A. Although the last two are to be in Tone 6, Kazan wrote all 3 in Tone 2.
Demetrios and the Theotokos. This music is for smaller or mission choirs, having only a melody and an ison bass note , in the key of C-major. This is a complete setting of music for the Divine Liturgy in E-flat and B-flat. The Divine Liturgy by Professor Michael Hilko, sung by many of our choirs in the s and s, is now available in English.
The Exaposteilarion for the Dormition of St. These stichera are sung on July 25th for the Dormition of Righteous Anna, the mother of the Theotokos. The 1st set follows Prosomion "Thou art the joy. These praises are sung for the Dormtion of St. Sung from August 15th to the 23rd, for the Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos.
Praying this is the last update Plus, is now added, the Audio file from Dn. Click on Listen. It is done in all 8 tones. These Exapostielaria are sung on the Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos, and the week that follows, August The original melody: "O ye apostles from afar. The band of Christ's Apostles. With thunder doth the Savior send. This Exaposteilarion is sung 3 times on the Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos.
The original melody: "O ye Apostles from afar. In thee, O spotless Virgin. It sung from August The bounds of nature are overcome in thee. They are sung from August Canon 1: "All generations bless thee. Let all the earth-born mortals.
This is only sung on the feast itself and its leave-taking, August 23rd. Beholding the Dormition of the Virgin. Let every earth-born man upleap in the spirit. These stichera are sung on August 15th at the Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos, Prosomoion - The Original melody: "O strange wonder, great and marvelous. These Praises are sung on the Feast of the Dormition, and following week, Prosomoion "As one valiant" "On thine honored dormition now. Have mercy upon me. When the translation of thine immaculate tabernacle.
O thou all-holy Maiden. The magnification for the Megalynarion has been removed. It is written in Western and Byzantine notation. Feast day is September 14th. Also sung on 3rd Sunday of Lent and on August 1st. Convention music First: Prosomoion "While Thy disciples looked on Thee. O Cross of Christ, O hope of Christians. On August 6th, the double canon is sung. These two Katabasiae of the 9th Ode of the Cross without magnifications conclude the Canon on the Feast of the Transfiguration of our Lord on August 6th.
Verily, death which befell the human race. They can also be sung at the Sacrament of Baptism, while the baby or child is being clothed. They are sung in a special Tone 8, similar to the Canon of the Paraklesis. These two Katabasiae of the 9th Ode of the Cross from both Canons, without magnifications conclude the Canon on the Feast of the Transfiguration of our Lord on August 6th.
Today the death that came to man. O Theotokos, thou art a mystical paradise. This is the choral verson of the Kontakion for the Feast of the Elevation of the Cross, September 14th - 21st. The Original Melody: "Thou Who wast raised up.
The magnification has been removed. This is the choral version of the Megaylnarion sung at the Divine Liturgy for the Feast of the Elevation of the Cross. Magnify, O my soul, the Elevation of the life-giving Cross of the Lord. Thou art the mystical paradise. Verily death which befell the human race.
These stichera are sung for the Feast of the Elevation of the Cross, September 14th, Prosomoion "Having laid up all their hope. Today the life-bearing Tree. These troparia are sung after Psalm 50 in Orthros: "Glory. Through the intercessions of thy Prophet. O Christ-Proclaiming Prophet. Since thou art a living temple of God. Magnify, O my soul, her who was presented. Verily, the fruit of the promise did come forth. These troparia are sung after Psalm 50 on November 21st for the Feast of the Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple.
Today the living temple, the temple of the great King. Today the God-containing temple, the Theotokos. Today the living Temple of the great King Both now Have mercy Today the Theotokos, the Temple that is to hold God. This is the choral version of the Kontakion of the Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple, November 21st, sung from November 8th - 25th, Prosomoion "Thou Who wast raised up.
Since thou art the living temple of God. This is the second stichera sung for the Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple, November 21st, Prosomoion "As one valiant. Today by visible signs. These stichera are sung for the Aposticha for the After-feast of the Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple, November 24th, Prosomoion "Thou art the joy.
The assembly of Angels was amazed. In tuneful songs inspired of God. These Exaposteilaria are sung on January 17th for the Feast of St. Anthony the Great, Prosomoion "While standing in the temple's courts. These are the 2nd and 3rd Exaposteilaria and Theotokion sung on November 8th for the Synaxis of the Archangels, Prosomoion "Hearken ye women. O all-pure Lady blest of God. Athanasius the Great, Prosomoion "Thou who as God adornest. Let us all sing.
Exaposteilaria for St. Barbara and St. Prosomoia of "While standing in the temple's courts". Initiate of grace divine. With all the ranks of angels' hosts. Charalampos moves to February 9. These are sung for the Dedication of St. Salvation in me there is none. This Exaposteilarion and its Theotokion are sung on June 14th for St. Elisha, Prosomoion "Thou who as God adornest.
Thou art the sweetness of angels. Since our God hath given thee. The Cross of Christ is truly the world's salvation. This is the Exaposteilarion for the Great-martyr Eustathios and his family, and the Theotokion of the Cross, September 20th, Prosomoion "While standing in the temple's courts.
In thee we take heart manfully. Exapost: Prosomoion "While Thy disciples looked on Thee. This is for St. Council, Prosomoion "While standing in the temple's courts. O Lord, Thou Who art more than good. Exaposteilarion for the commemoration of the Fathers of the Seventh Ecumenical Council, celebrated on the Sunday that falls between October, Prosomoion "While standing in the temple's courts. Thou art the sweetness of Angels.
George Cathedral Choir, Wichita, Kansas. Simeon the Stylite, Prosomoion "Upon that mount in Galilee. Thy brightly beaming way of life. Since Thou art God, the Fashioner. With longing, faith, and godly fear. Thou wast the sowing and the plant of blessed Titus. Prosomoion "Upon that mount in Galilee. Exaposteilarion for the commemoration of the Apostle James, son of Alphaeus, October 9th, Prosomoion "Hearken, ye women.
Exaposteilarion, St. Prosomoia: "Thou who as God adornest. This exaposteilarion is sung for St. In thy most might shelter. The most deceiful enemy. Thou art a gold-entwined tower. O all-immaculate Maiden. For the most holy icons. This is sung on November 9th for St. When thou didst see Christ risen up. O Christ, before Thou wast conceived.
O sun that from the grave this day. When Thou, O Lord, didst say: Rejoice. I sing of Thine immeas'rable mercy. The God of all things that exist. Things great and very marvelous. One of the Holy Trinity was born of thee. When on the third day thou didst see. The Lord arisen from the tomb on the third day. O dread and fearful mystery. Paul the Confessor, November 6th, Prosomoion "Hearken, ye women. These are sung on October 8th for St. O thou most holy Virgin.
O Virgin, since thou barest. This is the Exaposteilarion and Theotokion for Saturday, taken from the Horologion. In thee do we all boast, O pure Theotokos. The Cross is the guardian of the whole world. Now there is born in Bethlehem. The ranks on high stand trembling. These stichera are for the Aposticha at Vespers on December 24th, but are also sung as the 2nd set of stichera at "O Lord, I have cried" on the Sunday before the Nativity, when it falls on the 24th.
This hard chromatic version is sometimes used in the Antiochian patriarchate from December 20th - 23rd, Prosomion "Joseph was amazed," "Be thou ready Bethlehem, Eden hath been opened unto all. Apolytikion sung from December 20th - 23rd, Prosomion "Joseph was amazed," soft chromatic version.
Use this version when this is sung as a Dismisssal Hymn Apolytikion. This hard chromatic version is sometimes used in the Antiochian patriarchate on December 24th, Prosomion "Joseph was amazed," "As the fruit of David's seed Mary was registered of old. Apolytikion sung on December 24th, Prosomion "Joseph was amazed," soft chromatic version.
Eugenia, December 24th, Prosomoion, "Upon that mount in Galilee. Chant version of the Funeral Service. George, the Great-Martyr. This exaposteilarion is sung on April 23rd for the Feast of St. These are the festal troparia sung after the reading of the Matins Gospel and Psalm Through the intercessions of the victory-clad George. Today the whole universe is illuminated.
These stichera are sung at Great Vespers on April 23rd for St. This hymn is sung on Great and Holy Friday night Orthros of Holy Saturday , after the procession with the bier, as people are coming back into church, or at the end of the service. It is in both Western and Byzantine notation. Convention musicA, with the OLD translation. Too familiar to change. This is a 4M file, and may take a minute to download. Click on "Listen" to hear it chanted.
This is sung during the Great Compline service. Understand all ye nations, and submit yourselves, for God is with us. This Great Doxology is sung at the end of Orthros Matins on the Feast of the Cross, September 14th, and on the Third Sunday in Lent, for before and during the procession with the cross. The Apolytikion for St. Gregory the Theologian, January 25th. Gregory the Theologian, Prosomoion "Upon that mount in Galilee.
This is the first set of stichera for St. Gregory the Theologian, January 25th, Prosomoion "O all-lauded martyrs. This is the second set of stichera for St. Gregory the Theologian, January 25th, Prosomoion "With what fair crowns. Stichera for St. Gregory the Theologian, January 25th, Prosomoion "Rejoice. These Praises are sung on January 25th for St. Gregory the Theologian, Prosomoion "Thou who wast called from on high. This is the Apolytikion for St. The most deceiful enemy, full of cunning.
The Praises for St. These are the Rubrics to follow for when the Bishop, Metropolitan, or Patriarch is serving the Divine Liturgy in your parish. They are for the Priests, Choirs, and Chanters. Council , and on the Sunday during October of the 7th Ecum. These are Prof. Unto the myrrh-bearing women. The noble Joseph. When Thou didst descend unto death. The Angel choirs were awestruck to see.
Right it is indeed. Every generation chanteth hymns of praise. These are the long version and the short version of the Evlogetaria of the Resurrection sung on Holy Friday night for Holy Saturday Matins Lamentation service. The assembly of angels was amaed to see Thee. Today the grave holdeth Him Who holdeth creation in the palm of His hand.
Great Moses mystically prefigured this day. Most blessed art thou, O Virgin Theotokos. It is in triple-meter. This hymn is sung on Holy Friday night for Holy Saturday Matins Lamentation service , either during or after the procession with the Epitaphios. Music for the Sacrament of Holy Unction - sung on Holy Wednesday evening and other times for healing. A few minor things corrected. The complete file will be available, Lord willing, for Holy Week, Thee, the Son of the Virgin. The sinful woman ran to purchase myrrh.
She that was engulfed in sin. This is the Hymn to the Theotokos sung at the Liturgy of St. Basil the Great, with melody and ison only. Sung as the Megalynarion in place of "It is truly meet Sung as the Hymn to the Theotokos for the Liturgy of St. This replaces "It is truly meet" at the Divine Liturgy of St. The audio may be updated at some point. This arrangement of 'It is truly meet' was chanted by the Archangel Gabriel when he first revealed this hymn near Karyes on the Holy Mountain in the year Ephrem the Syrian 4th c.
This hymn is to be sung on the Leave-taking of the Exaltation of the Cross, September 21st. It is taken from the 2nd Heirmos of the 9th Ode of the Feast. This version is in the Byzantine notation. Verily, death befell the human race. This version is in Western notation. Choral version. Verily, death which befell all mankind. Nativity of our Lord A , chant version of the Hymn to the Theotokos.
A mystery I behold. Nativity of our Lord B , choral version. Ignatius of Antioch, December 20th, and January 29th Recovery of his relics. Ignatius of Antioch, December 20th. First: Prosomoion "Upon that mount in Galilee. Before the Lord's Nativity. Ignatius of Antioch, December 20th, Prosomoion "Thou who wast called from on high. This Prokeimenon is sung at Orthros for St. Innocent, Apostle to the Americas, October 6th.
Ye who hate Zion. Through the Holy Spirit. O thou Virgin immaculate. Who shall not beatify thee. Rejoice, O Mother of the Lord. O Theotokos, the most holy and exceedingly glorified. O Theotokos, who didst give birth to the Creator. First Kathisma: Prosomoion "Awed by the beauty. O Mother undefiled. O pure Virgin, spotless Maid. By conceiving the Wisdom. When the Lord saw thy contest.
The angelic chanting. The will of the Lord was fulfilled in thee. Come, ye faithful, let us with fervor praise. A man dwelling in the heavens. A great beaming luminary. Angels were amazed. O companion of Angels. Performing artists and composers, then as now, are self-employed and have to make careful plans for their future.
Even a tiny accident can render a player unable to work, and Schubert's hand-to-mouth existence was not protected by such things as insurance and pension plans, much less a Musicians' Benevolent Fund. In ordinary circumstances he need never have feared the loss of his musical capital. Since there had been a long and dark shadow across his life: syphilis.
This disease had a number of alarming prognoses. Chief among these was that, after a number of years, it was probable that the disease would attack the brain and, with it, the powers of thought and creativity.
By four years had already elapsed and, although he was still in command of all his faculties to say the least! Whom would it not in similar circumstances? Of course, we know something that he could not foresee—that he was to die within a year of completing Winterreise , spared the effects of tertiary syphilis, still at the height of his musical powers, still composing like a god.
But it was really much more likely that, in the normal course of his illness, the river of Schubertian melody would dry up. Perhaps he would be left, like the similarly afflicted Baudelaire, endlessly repeating the same words, parrot-fashion, like a record-playing needle stuck in the same groove of the brain.
Can we imagine a Schubert bereft of melody and unable to compose? This was what he expected would be his fate. It was only a matter of time before the fall of the Damoclean sword. It is far too easy to imagine the character of the winter traveller as a self-portrait of the composer himself, denied love and alienated from society; no such autobiographical claim should be made for the cycle as a whole.
The winter traveller is in a sense bigger than Schubert himself as King Lear is bigger than Shakespeare. The hero of this cycle achieves an eloquence and stature that are reserved for the mightiest characters in opera. Winterreise is a dramatic event and cannot be explained solely by the sad fate of its creator who was largely able to forget himself and his problems when he was in the process of composing it.
As we have seen, many songs in the work refer back to earlier works and can be seen simply as a continuation of Schubert's pioneering achievements in the genre, something quite separate from the special pleading of biographical parallels. But there is documentary evidence that Schubert was shaken to the core in writing this work and that he was strangely moody and withdrawn during its gestation.
Of all the songs it is Der Leiermann which might have provoked this reaction. With its barren and bleak landscape it is the only song in Schubert's entire output which is denuded of music itself. There is no real harmonic movement, and the repetitive musical phrases go round in circles.
The stumbling fingers of the old man are numb with cold, but perhaps they are also impeded by illness any musician's nightmare—arthritis, multiple sclerosis, some other neurological complaint—syphilis perhaps. In this way the hurdy-gurdy player on the ice does not seem to be a symbol of death as we usually understand it, but something which, in Schubert's eyes and ears, was far worse—living death, or, in his case, life without real music.
One need look no further than the last years of both Schumann and Wolf for an illustration of the protracted period of humiliating disability in the antechamber of death. In the failing music of both these masters' last periods we can detect the chilly grip and numb fingers of the hurdy-gurdy man. Der Leiermann was not drawn from the composer's own experience; the eerie tune was not formed from the large bank of musical allusion and tonal analogue at his disposal throughout the rest of the cycle: nor could the song benefit from the unending fount of melody on which Schubert could draw at any time he chose.
Where then does this music come from? The future, perhaps. The composer's future, that is. This song is a moonscape, a projection of an unknown tomorrow. Will your music be a fitting accompaniment for my poems? Is this how life—my life at least—will come to an end? How the mighty have fallen! At the beginning of Schubert would never have believed that he would one day imagine a situation where his own musical abilities might have something in common with the incompetent drone and stumble of a hurdy-gurdy player.
Plunge it into Lethe's flood'. The commentary on that work in Volume 25 suggests that, in sacrificing his protagonist and experiencing death alongside the young miller in musical terms, the composer found the strength to continue with what remained of his own life—five matchless years of creativity. This was a cathartic act of self-therapy by someone in extremis, a composer whose artistic survival was in danger of extinction, and who used the most powerful thing he had—his own art—to overcome the crisis.
Those who imagine the worst and put it down on paper, even turn it into art, might be thought pessimists and hypochondriacs. But the belief in knowing your enemy, looking him in the eye, and disarming him before the moment of meeting is an ancient one. In Stone Age culture, rock-paintings depicted the successful hunt in anticipation of the event; in medieval times those wishing to be spared the plague simulated its symptoms in a dance of death.
Just as Schubert had drowned the miller-boy in his stead, so he encourages the winter traveller to sing non-music with the hurdy-gurdy player; he even composes the non-music for them. As the cycle ends, these two go off together into the distance, and the composer remains behind. In staging the meeting Schubert has not been absorbed or overcome by it. His own ability to write melody has remained intact; in short, he has remained in control.
Thus do artists flirt with their own creations, identifying closely with what they are writing but always retaining a distance, a barrier against destruction by what they have called into life. Mary Shelley's contemporary Frankenstein seems a warning against creators who fail to do this. Once he had given musical form to his worst nightmare the composer may have felt less frightened by a life destitute of melody, icebound by the winter fog of a degenerative illness.
He may even have felt that it was less likely to happen. And in his case, as we know, it never did become reality. This Leiermann remains a powerful and haunting creation, but even if he was the figure of Death he was not given the last musical word. To the traveller's questions 'Wunderlicher Alter, Soll ich mit dir gehn? Willst zu meinen Liedern Deine Leier drehn? A year after completing Winterreise , Schubert penned his final song, the last of the so-called Schwanengesang , on his own terms.
This was Die Taubenpost , a miracle of melody, animated with the deepest love. Its beauty is heartbreaking perhaps, but it remains gracefully articulate, unimpaired by any trace of illness or self-pity. Es sei dabei zu bedenken, dass der Komponist diese erst im Herbst entdeckte:.
So weit, so gut. Schubert wusste, was er tat. Und erwartet man das nicht von einem Komponisten-Zauberer seines Formats? Don't show me this message again. Winterreise, D composer. Studio Master:. View whole album. Other recordings available for download.
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