Sung during the Divine Liturgy, slower than the MIDI file plays it.
This hymn is usually said by the bishop during Vespers, but may be sung, if desired.
The Beatitudes is sung in the Slavic tradition during the Little Entrance.
This hymn is sung during the Paschal season, instead of It It Truly Meet.
This hymn may be sung during the Paschal season, after any of the services, as a paraliturgical hymn. NOTE: The Andante section in the MIDI does not reflect that it should slow down at that point.
Sung during the Paschal season instead of It Is Truly Meet.
This troparion is sung in the beginning of the Paraklesis service; also known as "To God's Birthgiver let us run now most earnestly..."
This is a harmonized version of the old camp version.
Choral version, from the old camp version.
This hymn is to be sung on the Leave-taking of the Exaltation of the Cross, September 21st. It is taken from the 2nd Heirmos of the 9th Ode of the Feast.
This hymn may be sung during the Divine Liturgy during communion, or on Holy Thursday.
These paraliturgical hymns may be sung at concerts or after services are concluded.
This is like 10A of the Convention music, but with all three languages of English, Arabic and Greek.
Convention Music 24F
Used at Presanctified Liturgies
In the Key of F, Serbian Tone 8: "Their sound hath gone forth into all the earth..."
This is Prof. Karam's minor setting of the Divine Liturgy.
Music for Vespers, 2-part harmony in F-minor
Music for Vespers, 2-part harmony in C-major
Key: E-minor, sung on Sundays
Two-part harmony in F-minor
Two-part harmony in C-major
Four-part music in G-major