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Liturgical Chant Of The Old-believers In Russia


Release Date: 11/04/2003 
Label:  Buda Records   Catalog #: 82273   Spars Code: n/a 
Composer:  Anonymous
Performer:  Father PiotrLeonid Ustinov
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 1 Hours 9 Mins. 

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Notes and Editorial Reviews

All selections on this disc are parts of the ancient Russian monodic Liturgy of "Old-Believers." All selections on this disc are parts of the ancient Russian monodic Liturgy of "Old-Believers." Read less

Works on This Recording

1.
Great Litany (monophonic) by Anonymous
Performer:  Father Piotr (Voice)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
2.
Mountains of Zion by Anonymous
Performer:  Leonid Ustinov (Voice)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
3.
Only Begotten Son and Word of God by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
4.
Short Litany by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
5.
Antiphon no 3 by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
6.
Come, let us worship our Lord and God by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
7.
Troparion of Easter by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
8.
Paschal Kontakion by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
9.
The Trisagion by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Written: Russia 
10.
Prokimenon by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
11.
Psalmody by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
12.
Alleluia by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
13.
Gospel of John 1, 1-17 by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
14.
Sugubaya by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
15.
Cherubic Hymn by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Language: Slavonic 
Notes: This selection is performed in the excerpted form. 
16.
Paschal Canon: 9th Ode "Shine, shine, new Jerusalem" by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
17.
Our Father by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Language: Slavonic 
18.
Protected by the Cross by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Period: Medieval 
Language: Slavonic 
19.
Mnogaya leta by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Old Believers of Moscow Vocal Ensemble
Language: Slavonic 
20.
Eucharistic Canon "The Peace Offering" by Anonymous
Period: Medieval 

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