Re: [orthodox-readers] Re: Learning aids
- Thank you so very much. We are most definitly Russian. I am in an Alakan parish and we are rooted strongly in that tradition. Personally, I love Byzantine, but Father has asked me to focus only on the Russian for now.
O God do not leave me. I have done nothing good in your sight, but according to your goodness, let me now make a beginning of good. - Abba Arsenius
From: pravoslavney <pravoslavney@...>
Sent: Wed, February 24, 2010 7:54:07 AM
Subject: [orthodox-readers] Re: Learning aids
Here are a few resource links for Orthodox Church music:
http://www.seminari a.ru/raritet/ irmology. htm
http://www.stjohnth ebaptist. org.au/audio/ index.en. html
http://www.stanthon ysmonastery. org/music/ IndexM.html
http://aggreen. net/liturgics/ services. html
I have some others but are in Russian only.
Rdr Timotrhy Tadros
It would help to know what style of music your looking for Byzantine or Russian?
--- In orthodox-readers@ yahoogroups. com, "ireneolinyk@ ..." <ireneolinyk@ ...> wrote:
> Contact Holy Trinity Seminary in Jordanville, NY. I think they have cantor's courses.
> > > Hello all,
> > >
> > > At the encouragement of my priest, I have just started to learn how to
> > > chant.
> > > o far he tells me I sound much too Roman. An on-line friend who is also a
> > > riest but overseas thought that the OCA or other American group had tapes
> > > or
> > > vds the help folks learn to chant. Have any of you heard of these or know
> > > the
> > > ource? I'd be very thankful! I am sure my priest would be also.
> > >
> > > Mike
> > >
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