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L Angelopoulos and the Greek Byzantine Choir The Glory of Byzantium
 
Artist: L Angelopoulos and the Greek Byzantine Choir
Item number: AB092
Category: Byzantine
Chant Type: Byzantine
Language: Greek
Label: Jade
Period: Contemporary
Length: 64'02
Release date: 2004
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Price: $16.97 USD
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Track Listing
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  1. Hail, Mary MP3  
  2. Sticheron of the Verspers of the Dormition MP3  
  3. Hail Mary MP3  
  4. The Great Supplicatory Kanon MP3  
  5. It Is An Honor To Call Thee Blessed, O Mother of God MP3  
  6. Three Stichera for the Vespers of the Annunciation MP3  
  7. It Is An Honor To Call Thee Blessed, O Mother of God MP3  
  8. Then He Shall Speak To Them In His Anger MP3  
  9. Cheroubikon MP3  
  10. Bless The Lord MP3  
  11. Bless The Lord, O My Soul MP3  
  12. Today The Virgin MP3  
  13. Credo MP3  
  14. Glory To God MP3  
  15. Pater Noster MP3  
  16. Our Savior Has Visited Us From On High MP3  
  17. The Magi, Kings of Persia MP3  
  18. All the Angels in Heaven MP3  
  19. Prayers of Blessing MP3  
Description    
Among the most recent recordings by Lycourgos Angelopoulos, this time with the Byzantien Choir of Greece and soloist performance by Divna Ljubojevic--a Serbian cantor with the Melodi Choir. The performance then, alternates between traditional "Greek" style Byzantine chant and "Russian" style Serbian chant. Liner notes by Michel Adamis on Byzantine Chant are very well written and helpful. No hymn text.
ReviewBy: Benjamin Williams
The counterpoint that this recording provides, between traditional Byzantine chant performed by one of the most well known names in that genre, and Russian-styly Serbian chant by a relative new comer, is both novel and refreshing. Both genres are exceedingly well performed, and they mesh together as a representation of the historic and geographic "glory" of Byzantium in a manner that is somewhat unexpected, given the Byzantine emphasis on melody and the Russian emphasis on harmony. On the one hand, for instance, "The Great Supplicatory Kanon" is pure Greek Byzantine style and superb. On the other, Divna's performance of the Magnificat (Hail Mary) is almost breathtaking, and Divna performing in Byzantine style with the Byzantine Choir of Greece, as in "Axion Estin" is magnificent. Also included are hymns arranged by Petros Lambadarios. The only missing element is hymn text. It is, though, still a wonderful and edifying listening experience.

   
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