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Choir of the Brotherhood of Valaam Monastery Chants From Valaam
 
Artist: Choir of the Brotherhood of Valaam Monastery
Item number: AJ035
Category: Russian
Chant Type: Znamenny
Language: Church Slavonic
Label: Conciliar Records
Period: Mixed
Length: 64'48
Release date: 1994
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Track Listing
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  1. Behold the Bridegroom Comes at Midnight MP3  
  2. Have Mercy on us, O Lord  
  3. All of Creation Rejoices in Thee MP3  
  4. Today the Virgin  
  5. Open to Me the Doors MP3  
  6. Let My Prayer Arise MP3  
  7. Remain with Us, O Lord of Hosts  
  8. O Thou Who Coverest Thyself with Light  
  9. The Angel Cried  
  10. Christ Is Risen  
  11. Bless the Lord  
  12. Blessed Is the Man  
  13. Stikheron to Ss. Sergius & Herman  
  14. Dogmatikon (Tone 5)  
  15. O Joyful Light  
  16. Having Beheld the Resurrection of Christ  
  17. Eighth Katavasia (Tone 4)  
  18. Magnificat  
  19. Great Doxology  
  20. Cherubic Hymn  
  21. It is Truly Meet  
Description    
Selected hymns from the Services of Great Lent, Holy Week and Pascha sung in Znamenny Chant. This recording features the Choir of the Brotherhood of Valaam Monastery, and was recorded in the monastery. Sung in Church Slavonic, no text. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this recording benefit the Valaam Monastery Restoration Project.
ReviewBy: Benjamin Williams
This recording is striking for the range of its content, but also for its beauty and the spirituality that almost seeps through in the listening. A superb accompaniment for the time of Great Lent and Holy Week.
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