Re: [orthodox-synod] Need Simple English Liturgy Music
- Does anyone know of an arrangement of the "Jordanville" version of the
opening psalm for the All Night Vigil to the traditional chant that can
be down loaded from the web?
Many thanks in anticipation.
On 31/12/2004, at 4:25 PM, <nmmihalik@...> wrote:
> I think a good place for you to start would be at www.ocadow.org and
> www.podoben.com. The first site is run by the OCA Diocese of the
> West. The translations are exactly or very close to those of Fr.
> Laurence in Jordanville. I think this would be a good place to start.
> You may need to fill in some gaps or wish to try other arrangement at
> podoben.org. Be advised, the translations here are different. So if
> you prefer the "Jordanville" translations, you will need to massage
> the pieces. In any event, these two sites should get you going in the
> right direction.
> Wishing you and yours a rewarding Fast and Feast of the Nativity of
> our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
> Rd. Nicholas Mihalik
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> Subject: [orthodox-synod] Need Simple English Liturgy Music
> With the ordination to the priesthood of our long-time Deacon, Fr.
> Christopher Horsley (Axios!), we will begin having English Divine
> at Holy Transfiguration Cathedral after a hiatus of many years. The
> English choir director is long gone, and I have none of the music we
> to sing.
> Could you please help me locate a source of music for a simple
> Liturgy - 3 or 4 part harmony, keeping to simple Russian standard
> Ideally, this would be on a web site with files in .pdf that I could
> download from, but other methods are a possibility.