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Epiphany: Medieval Byzantine Chant for the Feasts on January 1st and 6th ()

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composed by Byzantine Chant, St. John Koukouzeles, Xenos Koronis

Epiphany: Medieval Byzantine Chant for the Feasts on January 1st and 6th - Cappella Romana (choir, chorus)
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  1. Introit (for January 1st)
  2. Apolytikion. You who sit on a fiery throne (for January 1st)
  3. Kontakion. You appeared as an unshakeable foundation (for January 1st)
  4. Trisagion (for January 1st)
  5. Prokeimenon (Gradual). My tongue will speak wisdom (for January 1st)
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  1. Introit (for January 1st)
  2. Apolytikion. You who sit on a fiery throne (for January 1st)
  3. Kontakion. You appeared as an unshakeable foundation (for January 1st)
  4. Trisagion (for January 1st)
  5. Prokeimenon (Gradual). My tongue will speak wisdom (for January 1st)
  6. Alleluiarion. Attend, O Shepherd of Israel (for January 1st)
  7. Communion hymn. The just will be held in everlasting memory (for January 1st)
  8. Kontakion of Theophany (for January 6th)
  9. 1st Kanon for Theophany: Ode 1 (for January 6th)
  10. Ode 5 (for January 6th)
  11. Festal Trisagion (MSS Athens 2456 and Ambrosianus L36)
  12. Troparia for the Blessing of the Waters (for January 6th)
  13. Anagrammatismos for Theophany (MS Sinai 1566)
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On Epiphany: Medieval Byzantine Chant, Portland, OR-based choir Cappella Romana is joined by Greek scholar Ioannis Arvanitis in a performance of Greek Byzantine music dating from the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries. Music from two services are heard, the first being the Feast of St. Basil (January 1) and the second for Epiphany (January 6). Music director Alexander Lingas plots out these two programs in a way that provides easy accessibility to the music; unison singing alternates with antiphonal passages for the ...

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Epiphany: Medieval Byzantine Chant for the Feasts on January 1st and 6th 2005, Gothic Records

UPC: 000334923723

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