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Vassilis Hadjinicolaou Byzantine Music in the New World - Vespers, Vol 1
 
Artist: Vassilis Hadjinicolaou
Item number: AB010
Category: Byzantine
Chant Type: Byzantine
Language: English
Label: Alexander Press
Period: Contemporary
Length: 53'15
Release date: 2002
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Price: $19.99 USD
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Track Listing
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  1. Psalm 103 MP3  
  2. Psalm 1 (First Antiphon)  
  3. Lord, I call - Tone 1 MP3  
  4. Stichera - Tone 1  
  5. Stichera's Doxastikon - Tone 1  
  6. O Gladsome Light  
  7. Aposticha - Tone 1 MP3  
  8. Aposticha's Doxastikon - Tone 1  
  9. Apolitikion - Tone 1  
  10. Lord, I call - Tone 2 MP3  
  11. Stichera - Tone 2  
  12. Stichera's Doxastikon - Tone 2  
  13. Aposticha - Tone 2  
  14. Aposticha's Doxastikon - Tone 2  
  15. Apolitikion - Tone 2  
Description    
A new version of Vol. 1 in the Vespers series that replaces the original Vespers CD in the Byzantine Music in the New World series. This new CD includes Tones 1 and 2 (the earlier version included Tones 1 and 8, duplicating Tone 8 in Vol. 4), and thus completes the series. This CD follows the same format as the other three volumes, that is two tones per CD, with the fixed hymns sung in one tone and the variable hymns for Vespers sung in both tones. Liner notes in English, with complete hymn text.
ReviewBy: Benjamin Williams
Recorded to complete the series and add Tone 2, this is simply another superb CD. Vassilis Hadjinicolaou has both a wonderful chanting voice and the uncanny ability to render the Byzantine chant techniques in English. Thus this recording presents both a traditional rendering of Byzantine music while still being accessible in English. It is a wonderful recording both for listening and as an instruction tool.

   
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