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Hadjinicolaou Byzantine Music in the New World
 
Artist: Hadjinicolaou
Item number: AB007
Category: null
Chant Type: Byzantine
Language: English
Label: Alexander Press
Period: Contemporary
Length: 55'54
Release date: 2000
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Price: $19.99 USD
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Track Listing
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  1. Psalm 141 MP3  
  2. Psalm 136 MP3  
  3. Resurrectional Doxastikon of Pascha MP3  
  4. We praise Thee MP3  
  5. It is truly meet  
  6. Cherubic Hymn  
  7. Psalm 104  
  8. Troparion of the Sign of the Theotokos  
  9. Hymns for the American Saints  
  10. First Kathisma of Vespers  
  11. Troparion and Kontakion of St. Herman of Alaska  
  12. Trisagion Hymn  
  13. Second Antiphon  
  14. Sanctus  
  15. It Is Truly Meet to Bless You  
  16. Cherubic Hymn  
  17. Communion Hymn  
  18. Psalm 104  
Description    
A cross section of chant and hymnology from the major services of Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy, with some additional hymns from Pascha. Sung by the Choir of the Sing of the Theotokos Orthodox Church in Montreal.
ReviewBy: B. Williams
This recording is the first in the series titles Byzantine Music in the New World, and is perhaps the very first high quality recordings of Byzantine music in English that was produced in North America. It remains true to Byzantine music style, is a pleasure to hear, and proved that not only had Byzantine music come to the New World, but that Orthodox hymnology could be sung in English in an acceptable and beautiful manner.

   
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