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Holy Week 2014: The Byzantine countertenor

The voice of Fr. Nikodimos Kabarnos is simply angelic! It takes you to such amazing heights, and although some may consider his style a bit unique and not strictly traditional, but so are great chanters! 66 more words

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Lent 2014 - Day 37-40: Until next year...

My dear friends,

I’m happy you joined on this journey during lent for the second year in a row. I intend to continue posting new chants of my recording during the coming months. 44 more words

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the tomb of carelessness

Imitating Mary and Martha, O faithful, let us offer divine works to the Lord as they did, that He might come and raise our minds, which now lie dead in the tomb of carelessness, feeling no fear of God, and deprived of any living action. 37 more words

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Lent 2014 - Day 35: The journey is nearing its end...

Day by day we are getting closer to Palm Sunday, the Holy Week, and the Glorious Resurrection. It feels to me that this Lent season went by too fast. 235 more words

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Lent 2014 - Day 34: Until next year...

Saying goodbye to chants and hoping to be in good health to chant them again the next year is like bidding farewell to a good friend who is traveling away for a year. 126 more words

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Lent 2014 - Day 32: The Akathist Feast

The 5th Saturday of the Lent celebrates the Akathist and Holy Mother of God. Following is the troparion of the feast that I recorded at home 3 years ago. 11 more words

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Lent 2014 - Day 31: Selections from Akathist Canon

The recording I uploaded for you today is for the Akathist Canon chanted by Fr. Makarius Haidamous for the purpose of teaching chanters in our church to follow the new notation and wording as per the latest publications of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church. 73 more words

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