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Choir Of The Russian Orthodox Cathedral In London Conducted By Reverend Archpriest Michael Fortounatto - Russian Orthodox Church Music Vol.12: The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom flac album

Choir Of The Russian Orthodox Cathedral In London Conducted By Reverend Archpriest Michael Fortounatto - Russian Orthodox Church Music Vol.12: The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom flac album

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Performer: Choir Of The Russian Orthodox Cathedral In London
Title: Russian Orthodox Church Music Vol.12: The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom
Released: 1984
Style: Religious
Category: Records / Classical / Folk, Country
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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The solemn ecstasy in the music of the Russian Orthodox Church can trace its roots back to the earliest days of Christian worship, via the great Byzantine Empire of the Near East. Bless the Lord, O my Soul: Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom by Sergei Rachmaninoff" Choir of the Moscow Church 5:13 12.

His guide is Father Michael Fortounatto, formerly leader of the Choir at the Cathedral, who tells him about the traditions of this powerful and moving music. Aled Jones visits the beautiful home of the Russian Orthodoxy in London to find out about the wealth of choral music associated with this faith. His guide is Father Michael Fortounatto, formerly leader of the Choir at the Cathedral, who tells him about the traditions of this powerful and moving music. Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes. Extract from Znamenny Chant - Ave Maria (Mother of God, Rejoice) Early Russian Polyphony SUCD 10-00013, track 17. Russian bells: From opening to Out of the Womb, before the Morning Star Russian CD. (Segue).

John Chrysostom Russian Orthodox Church is a parish in the Diocese of Chicago and Detroit of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia. The parish was founded as an English-speaking community and has been at its present location since 1985. In the past ten years the parish has also become a spiritual home for the growing number of Russians in the St. Louis area. Its patron saint is St. John Chrysostom.

Theodosius Cathedral is an Orthodox church located on Starkweather Avenue in the Tremont neighborhood, on the near west side of Cleveland, Ohio. It is considered one of the best examples of Russian church architecture in the . and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The parish is the first Orthodox parish in Cleveland and is currently under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of the Midwest of the Orthodox Church in America.

The Russian Orthodox Church Department for External Church Relations. During the Liturgy, the Choir of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, conducted by Ilya Tolkachev, sang liturgical hymns set to Tchaikovsky’s musical composition Liturgy of St John Chrysostom. Liturgy of St John Chrysostom was performed in compliance with the text to be included in the Complete Works by Tchaikovsky.

Tracklist

A The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom (Side 1)
B The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom (Side 2)

Notes

"Sung in English"
Celebrant Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh.