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The Tallis Scholars, The Russian Patriarchate Choir and Anatoly Grindenko, Choir of the Brotherhood of Valaam Monastery, Various Artists Recommended Collection: Russian; Intermediate Listener
 
Artist: The Tallis Scholars, The Russian Patriarchate Choir and Anatoly Grindenko, Choir of the Brotherhood of Valaam Monastery, Various Artists
Item number: AZ008
Category: Recommended Packages
Chant Type: Russian
Language: Church Slavonic
Label: Various
Period: Various
Length: Various
Release date: 2000
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  1. Alleluia, Behold The Bridegroom MP3  
  2. Sourp, Sourp (Holy, Holy) MP3  
  3. Lord, Have Mercy MP3  
  4. Izbavlenie posla MP3  
  5. Kuimi pokhvalienui mi MP3  
  6. Budi imya Gospodnie MP3  
  7. Ot yunosti moieya MP3  
  8. Heirmos of the Canon, Ode 1 MP3  
  9. Herimos for the Canon, Ode 5 MP3  
  10. Behold the Bridegroom Comes at Midnight MP3  
  11. All of Creation Rejoices in Thee MP3  
  12. Open to Me the Doors MP3  
  13. Let My Prayer Arise MP3  
Description    
This package introduces the Intermediate Listener to the range of liturgical music forms that make up the history and development of Russian liturgical music. Specifically, while it includes one CD with an anthology of more recent Russian composers, it includes two examples of Russian music that predates the "big sound" of the last two centuries. The first of these is a recording of early Russian polyphony, the second an example of 17th century Greco-Russian chant. Finally the fourth selection introduces the listener to a Russian monastic chant form characterized by its simplicity and unique chant tradition. Includes Sacred Treasures 3, Russian Orthodox Music , Russian Easter; Canon of St. John of Damascus, Chants from Valaam.
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