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Sacred Music Library

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Displaying All Music with Keyword: Byzantine Tone 5
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Convention music-16A

Christ is Risen (Arabic)

Standard Archdiocese Version, revised 5/12/12

Christ is Risen (Combined) [Listen]

Standard Archdiocese Version in English, Arabic, and Greek (slow versions), followed by the quick version with verses (Let God arise, etc.); revised 5/12/12.

Christ is Risen (English) [Listen]

Standard Archdiocese Version

Christ is Risen (Greek)

Standard Archdiocese Version

Christ is Risen (Quick)

Standard Archdiocese Version, quick version, sung with the verses "Let God arise...," etc.

Christ is Risen - 02 (Greek, English)

Paschal Troparion

Christ is Risen - 15

Paschal Troparion, Key of F

Come ye take light/To thy Resurrection

The opening processional for the Paschal Rush/Midnight service.

Receive Ye the Body of Christ

Communion hymn for Pascha through Ascension

Give Me This Stranger

This hymn is sung on Great and Holy Friday night (Orthros of Holy Saturday), after the procession with the bier, as people are coming back into church, or at the end of the service. It is in both Western and Byzantine notation.

Gladsome Light

This version has the corrected translation. See note at the bottom of the music.

God is the Lord-Plagal First Mode [Listen]

This is the music and audio for the new "God is the Lord" in Western and Byzantine Notation.  Click on "Listen" to hear it chanted.

Great Doxology - Tone 5

Sung at the end of Orthros (Matins)

Litany of the Anaphora

In D-minor, Convention music-14B

Ordination Troparia

Troparia sung at the ordination of a priest or deacon

Amomos - Psalm 118

This is the beginning of Psalm 118:1-12 that may be sung before chanting the Evlogetaria in Orthros.

Psalm of Thanksgiving

This compilation of psalm verses may be sung either during communion or after the Divine Liturgy.

Rejoice, O Virgin

This hymn is sung at the beginning of the Artoklasia service (blessing of the 5 loaves), usually a part of Vespers, after the Litya, for special feasts and saints' days.

Troparion of Pascha

This is the standard Troparion of Pascha, in English, Arabic, and Greek.

Troparion of the Resurrection - Tone 5

Convention music-6.5

Luke, Troparion of

Troparion sung on October 18th.  This is a special troparion in Tone 5 for St. Luke himself.