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Old Calendar Choir Cues: 3 Pascha, Sunday of the Myrrhbearing Women,

Christ is risen! The Order of Divine Services for the Third Sunday of Pascha indicates the service from the Pentecostarion [§4B6 in the ODS]. The order for
Meg Lark
12:26 PM
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Re: Old Calendar Choir Cues: Pascha 2, Sunday of St. Thomas: 6/19 Ap

Christ is risen! Pursuant to an inquiry made by Matushka Betsy Tumbas - I was going to reply to her directly, then realized that others might have the same
Meg Lark
Apr 16
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Old Calendar Choir Cues: Pascha 2, Sunday of St. Thomas: 6/19 April

Christ is risen! The rubrics for this Sunday are taken from the Pentecostarion [§4B5 in the Order of Divine Services]. The order for Troparia and Kontakia is
Meg Lark
Apr 15
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Re: Digest Number 4200

Fr. Dcn. Michael is correct concerning the diptychs -- only when a primate serves. Dcn. Sergius Miller ... From: ustav To: ustav
srbm73
Apr 14
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26572

Re: Hierarchical Vigil and Liturgy for the Choir

Regarding the manner of singing "O Gladsome Light", all the rubrics I've seen have indicated that at a Vigil (or at any normal Vespers service) the bishop
Peter Gardner
Apr 13
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Re: Hierarchical Vigil and Liturgy for the Choir

Fr. John - When the hierarch serves at vigil (not when he is simply present, but actually serves), Gladsome Light is treated the same way as "Come Let Us
Molly Grabowski
Apr 13
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Re: Hierarchical Vigil and Liturgy for the Choir

Yes, an excellent point. I will correct that. Please feel free to use it in any way you find helpful. ХВ, KB __________________ “Be kind; everyone you meet
Kevin Fritts
Apr 13
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Re: Hierarchical Vigil and Liturgy for the Choir

Dear Kevin Basil, Excellent guide. I will add it to my collection. But I have a comment. The diptychs at the Trisagion is done when the primate serves. I
Fr. Dcn. Michael Bishop
Apr 13
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Re: Hierarchical Vigil and Liturgy for the Choir

... Christ is risen! Here are two PDFs I prepared. The "vesting" PDF begins with Bishop Benjamin's outline. Some of the music is way more simple than I would
Philip Sokolov
Apr 13
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Re: Hierarchical Vigil and Liturgy for the Choir

Christ is risen! Yes, I do. I have a nice little cheat sheet that fits on two pages (excluding some helpful notes) so that it can be printed two-sided and be
Kevin Basil Fritts
Apr 13
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Hierarchical Vigil and Liturgy for the Choir

Does anyone have anything they can send me electronically that would help a new choir director with their first hierarchical vigil and liturgy? Archpriest
Fr. John Whiteford
Apr 13
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Re: Holy Saturday Vespers and Liturgy question

Interesting! I'm glad to hear what it was. Thanks!
Sydney (Nicoletta) Freedman
Apr 13
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Re: Holy Saturday Vespers and Liturgy question

Indeed He is risen! Thanks for the quick response. Although I didn't recognize it at the time it was in fact Tone-2 Resurrectional Tropar "When Thou didst
dptkach
Apr 13
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Re: Holy Saturday Vespers and Liturgy question

Christ is risen! I need more information. The Old Rite does not have either "We have seen..." or any other text sung at that point. It must have been in
srbm73
Apr 12
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Re: Holy Saturday Vespers and Liturgy question

In Greek liturgical sources, the troparion in that place is 'Remember us also, O Compassionate One, as you remembered the Thief, in the kingdom of heaven.' We
Sydney (Nicoletta) Freedman
Apr 11
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