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Hagios: The Byzantine Liturgy

by Psaltiki

Hagios: XIIIth- through XVth-century chants of the Byzantine Liturgy
Genre: Classical: Vocal Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Trisagion Mode II
4:11 $0.99
2. Dynamis Mode II
10:38 $0.99
3. Alleluiarion Mode I Plagal
6:22 $0.99
4. Cherubikon Mode II Plagal
20:46 album only
5. Hagios (Sanctus) Mode II
8:32 album only
6. Amen Mode II
0:47 $0.99
7. Amen Mode II
1:06 $0.99
8. Se Hymnoumen (We Praise Thee) Mode II
4:10 $0.99
9. Aineite (Praise the Lord from the Heavens - Psalm 148) Mode I Tetraphonos
9:08 $0.99
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Album Notes
Chanters: Paul Bilson, Thomas Carroll, Peter Elgohary, Rev Fr Nicolaus Garyphallou, Rev Dr Konstantinos Terzopoulos

HAGIOS was recorded by Psaltiki at Benton Park and Red Pill Studios in St Louis, Missouri, AlKal Studios in Lake Jackson, Texas and Aegina Island at sessions between 2010 - 2012. Produced by K Terzopoulos and published by Psaltiki, Inc. Copyright by Psaltiki, Inc. © 2012. All proceeds are received by Psaltiki, Inc., a 501(c)(3) in the State of Florida; final mastering by Jacob Detering at Red Pill Studios

The hymns of the Byzantine Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great were chanted from digital photographs of the Metochion of the Holy Sepulchre in Constantinople manuscripts (MPT) 704 and 705 now in the National Library of Greece, finished by Chourmouzios in 1829. Front cover photography by National Library of Greece, Athens. The manuscript pictured is EBE 899, a XVth century Papadike, folio 122 recto containing the Hagios attributed to Joannes Glykys and with the rubric “the domestikos from the choros”



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