Music plays an important role in Orthodox worship. Chant, a special form of liturgical music, is frequently used. This category describes Orthodox music and chant and provides samples so you can listen to it.
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Antiochan Orthodox Musical Practice
Modern history of the music used in the Antiochan Orthodox Church in America
Byzwriter 1.0 Software
A system for writing the Byzantine Music Notation created by Gezerlis G. Velissarios (PHD student, University of Athens, Greece.) Windows 95 and Word 6 or 7 (Greek Version) required.
Choir of the Church of St. Prophet Elijah of Kiev
The spiritual compositions, hymns, psalms, also Ukrainian and Russian folk songs in performance of the choir. Includes ordering information for CD.
Divine Liturgies Music Project
More than 1000 pages of Byzantine music transcribed into Western notation according to the style of chanting used on the Holy Mountain. Hymns are provided in Elizabethan English, Modern English, and Greek.
Liturgical Sheet Music in English
Free arrangements of Russian Orthodox Church music available in .pdf format.
Monumenta Musicae Byzantinae, Copenhagen
The MMB microfilm collection contains more than 680 items for use by scholars of Byzantine chant. Housed at the University of Copenhagen, Institute for Greek and Latin
Source of Russian choral music. Provides descriptions, ratings, and sells many Russian Orthodox church music CDs. Also sells sheet music.
Oh Pure Virgin
Modern arrangement by composer Ioannidis Nikolaos. Includes audio file and Greek text.
Adaptations of Orthodox church music in the English language. Provides music in .pdf files as well as MIDI.
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