Doxologies
Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom
St. Basil's Divine Liturgy
Liturgy of Presanctified Gifts
St. James' Liturgy
Vespers
Orthros
Mysteries
Menaion (Feast Days)
Triodion and Pentecostarion

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Select the type of Notation you prefer:
 Christ is Risen
 
 
Lord Have Mercy
 
 
Antiphons
 
 
Typica
 Apolytikia of the Resurrection
 
 
Thrice-holy Hymn

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 Alleluia
   Brief Versions of Alleluia   
   Longer Versions of Alleluia In All Eight Modes
   Arise, O God (instead of Alleluia on Holy Saturday)
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   Glory to Thee, O Lord
   Eis Polla Eti Despota
    Cherubic Hymns
    Hierarchal Liturgy
    Anaphora
    It is Truly Right
    Heirmoi (Katavasias) of the Ninth Ode
    (chanted instead of “It is Truly Right” on feast days)
    Communion Hymns (days of the week)
    Communion Hymns (major feast days)
    Communion Hymns (minor feast days)
    Receive Me Today
    Concluding Hymns

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To download all the music for the entire book, click here (678 pages, 117 Mb)

Comments:

All hymns here in Byzantine notation are only in English. Hymns in Greek were not written out in Byzantine notation for this website since they are already available in published books of Byzantine music.

Clicking a "Hear" link will open a MIDI file, which can be played by your computer's media player. All these MIDI files are very small (less than 10 Kb). Bear in mind that a computer plays these files using an equal-tempered scale, which does not always correspond precisely to the actual pitches of Byzantine scales.

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Introduction



Prologue by Gregorios Stathis

Byzantine vs. Western Notation


Concerning Adaptation

Recordings on CD

About the Translation

The History of Byzantine Chant


Writing Byzantine Music


Epilogue by
  Photios Kontoglou


The Intervals of the Soft Chromatic Modal Genre

The Intonations of the Eight Modes

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Acknowledgements

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