Their Proclamation CD

Their Proclamation CD

Their Proclamation CD
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Selections from Vespers and Matins of the Feast of Sts Peter and Paul

June 2012 marked the first Master Class on the "Interpretation of Orthodox Sacred Choral Music" taught by Vladimir Gorbik of Moscow, who is arguably one of the finest current practitioners of the art of conducting Orthodox services in the world today. A select auditioned Master Class Chorus of 29 singers and 5 student conductors worked intensely for three-and-a-half days to prepare nearly 250 pages for the All-Night Vigil and Divine Liturgy for the feast of SS Peter and Paul recorded here.

1. Bless the Lord, O My Soul—Russian “Greek” Chant, arr. P. Chesnokov
2. Great Litany—Kievan Chant
3. Blessed is the Man—B. Ledkovsky (English adaptation by C. Surgant)
4. Lord, I Have Cried—Znamenny Chant, Tone 2, arr. V. Morosan
5. Sticheron Automelon 1—Znamenny Chant, Tone 2 (Moscow Variant), arr. V. Morosan
6. Sticheron Automelon 2—Znamenny Chant, Tone 2 (Moscow Variant), arr. V Morosan
7. Sticheron Automelon 3—Znamenny Chant, Tone 2 (Moscow Variant), arr. V. Morosan
8. Doxastichon “By the Threefold Question”—V. Morosan
9. Theotokion—Dogmaticon—Znamenny Chant, Tone 4 (English adaptation by V. Morosan)
10. Gladsome Light—Valaam Chant, arr. Dcn. S. Trubachov (English adaptation by V. Morosan) 
11. Thursday Evening Prokeimenon—Znamenny Chant, Tone 6, arr. Balakirev/Rimsky-Korsakov
12. Augmented Litany—Monastery Melody
13. Vouchsafe, O Lord—Kievan Caves Monastery Melody, arr. W. G. Obleschuk
14. Litany of Fervent Supplication—Kievan Chant
15. Doxasticon at the Lity—Kievan Chant, Tone 5, arr. D. Yaichkov
16. Aposticha Sticheron 1—Kievan Chant, Tone 1, arr. D. Yaichkov
17. Aposticha Sticheron 2—Kievan Chant, Tone 1, arr. D. Yaichkov
18. Aposticha Sticheron 3—Kievan Chant, Tone 1, arr. D. Yaichkov
19. Doxastichon at the Aposticha—Kievan Chant, Tone 6, arr. D. Yaichkov
20. Theotokion at the Aposticha—Kievan Chant, Tone 6, arr. D. Yaichkov
21. Lord, Now Lettest Thou—A. Kastalsky (English adaptation by D. Drillock, H. Erickon, and A. Ruggieri)
22. Troparion “O First Enthroned”—Trinity-St. Sergius Monastery Melody, Tone 4
23. Rejoice, O Virgin—G. Lapayev (English adaptation by V. Morosan)
24. Resurrectional Theotokion—Trinity-St. Sergius Monastery Melody, Tone 4
25. Matins Prokeimenon, Let Everything that Breathes—Lesser Znamenny Chant, Tone 4
26. Kontakion “O Lord, You Have Taken”—Russian “Greek” Chant, Tone 2, arr. D. Yaichkov
27. The Great Doxology—Znamenny Chant, arr. N. Zakkak (English chant adaptation by V. Morosan)

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