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Hymn to the Thrice-Holy: 1st Mode (Octoechos) | cymVolon

Hymn to the Thrice-Holy: 1st Mode (Octoechos)

Octoechos

When the Trisagion is sung during the Divine Liturgy of the Byzantine Rite, before the Prokeimenon of the Gospel that precedes the Epistle reading, it is normally sung three times to one of many melodies composed for it. This is followed by singing Glory… Now…, the second half of the Trisagion once, and finally the whole Trisagion a fourth time:

Holy God, Holy [and] Mighty, Holy [and] Immortal, Have mercy on us. (3 times)
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, both now and ever and to the ages of ages. Amen.
Holy and Immortal, have mercy on us.
Holy God, Holy and Mighty, Holy and Immortal, Have mercy on us.

source: wikipedia

index: Church MusicDivine Liturgy / Mass


Music Videos:

Composer: Charis Trasanis“Hymn to the Thrice-Holy” 1st mode
Soloist:
Protopsaltis Periklis Asimakopoulos


The chanter’s of the choir are:
Charis Trasanis
Charalampos Kalapanidas
Christos Goutsoulas


Recorded in June 2014.

Music Scores:

Byzantine notation
“Hymn to the Thrice-Holy” 1st mode
Western notation
“Hymn to the Thrice-Holy” 1st mode
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One Response to “Hymn to the Thrice-Holy: 1st Mode (Octoechos)”

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    John Cray Says:

    I like it!

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