This Kontakion is sung from the beginning of Lent until the Leave-taking of the Feast of Annunciation, Tone 8/Plagal Fourth mode. "To thee, our captain, Queen of war . . . ."
This Great Prokeimenon, Russian melody, is sung on the Sunday of Orthodoxy (First Sunday of Lent), at Agape Vespers on Pascha, and at the Kneeling Service on Pentecost.
This Communion Hymn is sung on the Saturday of Souls, Meat Fare Saturday, for the departed, "Blessed are they whom Thou hast chosen, O Lord..."
Megalynarion for the Entrance of the Virgin in the Temple (November 21), Tone 4/Fourth Mode (harmonized).
Dismissal after apolytikia from Kazan Vespers book. Arranged and adapted by Raymond J. George (1917-2002).
St. Simeon's Prayer, choral version by Archangelsky and adapted into English by Gelsinger.
Litany before the Aposticha from the Kazan Vespers book.
Litany of Fervent Supplication, second version from the Kazan Vespers book. Updated 11/22/16.
Litany of Fervent Supplication, first version from the Kazan Vespers book. Updated 11/22/16.
Lamp-lighting hymn for after "O Lord I have cried". Choral setting.
Great Litany #1 and #2 from the Kazan Vespers book.
Invitatory from the Kazan Vespers book.
Kontakion for the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord (6 August).
Apolytikion for the Feast of the Transfiguration of Christ (6 August).
Theotokion of the first kathisma of Mode III Resurrectional Matins. Also sung at the end of the Salutations to the Theotokos service on Fridays of Great Lent.
This is sung during the DIvine Liturgy.
This is sung during the Divine Liturgy.
In some traditions, this is sung following the Polyeleos during Matins (Orthros) on the three Sunday before Lent.
These reverential troparia are sung during Matins (Orthros) from the Sunday of the Pharisee and Publican to the 5th Sunday of Lent.
Sung during the Divine Liturgy.
Sung during the Divine Liturgy, slower than the MIDI file plays it.