Chant (From Old Slavic Liturgy)

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  1. Jan 01,  · Check out Chant (from Old Slavic Liturgy) by Anonymous on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  2. The liturgical chants in this recording—originally released by Monitor Records in —come from the monastic tradition of medieval Bulgaria and are sung in Old Church Slavonic, the earliest recorded language of the Slavic peoples.5/5(4).
  3. system used here is one commonly employed in our prayer books. The short explanation below is from Father Andrew Sokol’s Plain Chant. In (Church Slavonic), each letter has a uniform sound in whatever word it is found. The following letters vary in pronunciation from their equivalent in the English language: VOWELS A as in fAther (approx.).
  4. Slavonic Language and Liturgy.—Although the Latin holds the chief place among the liturgical languages in which the Mass is celebrated and the praise of God recited in the Divine Offices, yet the Slavonic language comes next to it among the languages widely used throughout the world in the liturgy of the the Greek or the Latin languages, each of which may be said to be.
  5. In our rite an important is played by the Liturgical Chant. SS. Cyril and Methodius were both very well educated in music, and they indeed "enriched the Moravian Church with chant and spirtual songs" (cfr. Slavic Eulogy ch. 13). MOst probably, the brothers applie the MAcedonian liturgical chant, as also their dialect, to the Slavonic worship.
  6. Old Believers perform the Liturgy with seven prosphora, instead of five as in new-rite Russian Orthodoxy or a single large prosphoron, as sometimes done by the Greeks and Arabs. Old Believers chant the alleluia verse after the psalmody twice rather than the three times mandated by the Nikonian reforms.
  7. Old Church Slavonic or Old Slavonic (/ s l ə ˈ v ɒ n ɪ k /, / s l æ ˈ-/), also known as Old Church Slavic, or Old Slavic (/ ˈ s l ɑː v ɪ k, ˈ s l æ v-/) was the first Slavic literary language (autonym словѣ́ньскъ ѩꙁꙑ́къ, slověnĭskŭ językŭ).It is also referred to as Paleo-Slavic (Paleoslavic) or Palaeo-Slavic (Palaeoslavic), (not to be confused with Proto.
  8. Church Slavonic is the sacred language that unites a number of Slavic Orthodox peoples, regardless of their ethnic and/or linguistic heritage. It is my hope that these resources will bring those who come into contact with this language to a greater understanding of its beauty. A Church Slavonic Primer Lesson One - Lord Have Mercy.
  9. Old Orthodox music Catalog Record Only Chiefly Byzantine chant; the last 3 works are polyphonic choral works. Chiefly sung in Church Slavic. Title from disc label. Sredets Chamber Choir, Sofia ; Alexander Kuyumdzhiev, conductor. Tracks arranged by Alexander Kuyumdzhiev.

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