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Ss. Peter & Paul Orthodox Church Choir Rejoice, O Virgin
 
Artist: Ss. Peter & Paul Orthodox Church Choir
Item number: AB038
Category: Byzantine
Chant Type: Byzantine
Language: English
Label: Conciliar Records
Period: Mixed
Length: 44'58
Release date: 1995
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Price: $18.00 USD
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Track Listing
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  1. Georgian Wedding Hymn MP3  
  2. The Joy of Heaven MP3  
  3. By Your Holy Birth MP3  
  4. Today Is the Prelude MP3  
  5. Angels Marveled MP3  
  6. The Lord Has Chosen Zion MP3  
  7. Awed by the Beauty MP3  
  8. Gabriel Came and Stood Before You MP3  
  9. Magnificat MP3  
  10. Rejoice, O Virgin Theotokos MP3  
  11. O My Soul, Magnify Her MP3  
  12. We Faithful All Magnify MP3  
  13. Mary the Dawn MP3  
  14. Virginity is Alien to Mothers MP3  
  15. It is Truly Right MP3  
  16. O Pure Virgin MP3  
  17. All Creation Rejoices MP3  
  18. Beneath Your Compassion MP3  
  19. You Have Magnified the Theotokos MP3  
  20. You Are a Mystical Paradise MP3  
  21. Do Not Lament Me MP3  
  22. The Angel Cried MP3  
  23. What Shall I Render MP3  
  24. All Generations Born on Earth MP3  
  25. O Apostles MP3  
  26. O Mot Glorious Wonder MP3  
  27. Pure Virgin Lady MP3  
  28. To You, Our Queen MP3  
  29. Rejoice, O Virgin MP3  
Description    
A collection of hymns to the Virgin Mary, sung in English. The majority of the hymnody is Byzantine, although there are other chant forms represented, including Znamenny, Kievan, Georgian, and two contemporary arrangements.
ReviewBy: B. Williams
This is a very nice collection of hymns to the Theotokos, although not a traditional performance. It is highly accessible due to being in English, and because of the variety of chant forms included it serves as a very good introduction to the variety of chant in the Eastern Church. A very broad offering of hymns to the Virgin from many traditions makes it unique. The voices are good, the recording is clear and of quite good quality.

   
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