Re: Georgian Christ is Risen
- Dear Nectarios,
Here's a quick answer i could think of from the top of my head --
All the pieces that I know about right away are in Russian / Slavonic
though... I hope it's still going to be helpful somewhat!..
The sites that they come from are:
You will find the pieces you are looking for and many more wonderful
church hymns there.
Namely "Christe Agdsdkga" could be found here:
"Meet it is, in Truth to Bless Thee" arranged by Czar Theodore is
(*.zip files here contain the notes in Finale 2000 and 2002)
...and there are many more pieces in Georgian, Greek, Kiev-Caves
monastery, Valaam monastery, etc. chants on those sites...
primarely in Slavonic though...
Hope it helps any!
P.S.: if you open a *.pdf document and you see a bunch of squares
instead of notes try using Acrobat 3 or 4, not 5. It should take
care of that...
--- In orthodox-synod@y..., "Nectarios Yangson" <nectarios@i...>
> Dear friends,the Christ is Risen, "Christe Agdsdkga"
> I am looking for music (sheet music) set to the Georgian version of
>in Western notation?
> Does anyone know where I could get something like that, preferably
>Thee" arranged by Czar Theodore of Blessed memory.
> Also I am looking for the Theotokion "Meet it is, in Truth to Bless
> Also in Western notation.looking for some of the music that the choir beautifully performed on
> I heard the melodies from the Valaam Monastery benefit Cd, and was
the English version of the Cd called, "Taste the Fountain of
>to find anything, I would also like to find the music for the "O
> Our church choir is looking for new music, and I haven't been able
Gladsome Light, according to the Valaam chant."
> Any help you can render is miraculous!!
> In Christ's Love,
> Nectarios Yangson
> Iveron Press
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