Kyiv chamber choir a thousand years of ukrainian religious music. A Thousand Years of Ukrainian Religious Music - portrays five dazzling musical eras: the Middle-Age, Baroque, Classicism, Romantism and the Contemporary. The first chant in the Divine Service were naturally monodic in nature. In these times, and when the Gregorian Chorals of Western Ukraine were leading all musical spheres, the monodies of the Middle-Ages were being founded (XI century). In the early stages these were pure Byzantine chants, but upon finding the blessed foundation of a singing. Ukrainian nation, and through the slow process of simulation into Ukrainian and into the elements of its folklore and melodies, there agreeably appeared its first individual chants and refrains, as authored by anonymous monks.
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom is the musical setting of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom by Mykola Leontovych. Consistent with Orthodox tradition, in which service is sung exclusively a cappella, the piece is set for unaccompanied choir and soloist. It was first performed in the Mykolaiv Cathedral at the Kiev Pechersk Lavra on May 22, 1919, with Leontovych himself conducting.
The Divine Liturgy is the most important service in the Orthodox Church. During the Greek Festival in 2008, the Cathedral Choir gave a demonstration of liturgical music for people visiting the festival. I can't remember who composed this setting for "Christ is Risen", but it is pretty cool. com/watch?v 697b8sFG2XU&feature related. Christos Anesti - St. George Cathedral Choir.
Russian Patriarchate Choir, Anatoly Grindenko. 2. Psalm 102, First Antiphon. Russian Patriarchate Choir, Anatoly Grindenko.
Free download and listen Orthodox Two Part Music: The Divine Liturgy. St. Tikhon's Monastery Choir. Tracks count: 33. Views: 7. Tikhon's Monastery Choir - Many Years - Folk Melodies 00:22.
Ukrainian Liturgy (The Mass). by Kyiv Chamber Choir. Origen Music presents the best European chamber choir and their fantastic album The Kyiv camber choir major awards include: Golden Diploma on the First Robert Schummann Competition in Zwikkau (Germany, 1992) First Award at the Twelfth International Church Music Festival in Hajnуwka (Poland, 1993) Grand Prix at the Sixth International Choral Festival in Sligo (Ireland, 1993) First Award at Langolen International Musical Eisteddfod. Wales, 1994) Grand Prix at the XX International Church Music Festival in Hajnуwka (Poland, 1996, 2001). One of the most popular and contemporary Ukrainian worship is the anthiphon Bless the Lord, O my Soul by Kyrylo Stetsenko (1882- 1922).
The Russian Patriarchate Choir, Anataloly Grindenko The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom: Communion Chant скачать и слушать. The Russian Patriarchate Choir, Anataloly Grindenko. The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom: The Little Litany. John Chrysostom: TroparionV. John Chrysostom: Anaphore. John Chrysostom: Final Blessing.
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- Chorus Master, Arranged By – Jacob Matwiiw
- Crew [Pastor] – Rev. Stephen Chmilar OSBM*
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- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): LCS 10422 A SL LEj (logo)
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): LCS 10422 B SL