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The Great Doxology is an ancient hymn of praise to the Trinity which is chanted or read daily in the Eastern Orthodox and Greek-Catholic Churches. The hymn i.

Eastern Orthodox Chant of the Romanian Orthodox Church, sung by monks from the Dervent Monastery, Romania

Eastern Orthodox Chant of the Romanian Orthodox Church, sung by monks from the Dervent Monastery, Romania

Clip from Easter Byzantine chant sung in Arabic and Greek along with iconography. The music is from a recording of Catholic and Orthodox cantors. (Copyright www.melkite.com). Chanted by: Father Sleiman Hajjar with responses by Reader Nader Hajjar.    Byzantine Liturgy comes from the traditions of the Saints Chrysostom and Basil (4th Century) and is used by both the Orthodox and some Eastern Catholic churches.

Clip from Easter Byzantine chant sung in Arabic and Greek along with iconography. The music is from a recording of Catholic and Orthodox cantors.

Melkite/Orthodox Baptismal Hymn ~ Another clip from Easter Byzantine chant sung in Arabic and Greek along with iconography. The music is from a recording of Catholic and Orthodox cantors. (Copyright www.melkite.com). The primary chanter here is Fr. Sleiman Hajjar.

Another clip from Easter Byzantine chant sung in Arabic and Greek along with iconography. The music is from a recording of Catholic and Orthodox cantors.

Arabic Orthodox Chant  ان البرايا بأسرها

Arabic Orthodox Chant ان البرايا بأسرها

Epistle Acts 1:1-8 in Arabic ~ The beging of the Acts of the Apostles, sung in Arabic with iconography and scenes of the Holy Land. The music is from a recording of Catholic and Orthodox cantors. Chanted by: Reader Nader Hajjar.    Byzantine Liturgy comes from the traditions of the Saints Chrysostom and Basil (4th Century), used by both the Orthodox and some Eastern Catholic churches.

The beginning of the Acts of the Apostles, sung in Arabic with iconography and scenes of the Holy Land. The music is from a recording of Catholic and Orthodo.

Serbian Orthodox music

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