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 style of English you prefer:
Select the type of Notation you prefer:
 Christ is Risen
 
 
Lord Have Mercy
 
 
Antiphons
 
 
Typica
 Apolytikia of the Resurrection
 
 
Thrice-holy Hymn
      Alleluia
      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)
 One is Holy,
in all eight modes
 Sunday: Praise the Lord - Long Versions
   First Mode, by St. John Koukouzelis
   Plagal Second Mode, by John the Protopsaltis
   Plagal Fourth Mode, by Constantine Pringos
 Sunday: Praise the Lord - Brief Versions
   In all eight modes, by Hieromonk Gregory
 Monday: He Who Maketh His Angels
   Long version, First Mode, by Anthony "Nomophylax"
   Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
 Tuesday: In Everlasting Remembrance
   Long version, Grave Mode, by Anthony "Nomophylax"
   Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
 Wednesday: I Will Take the Cup
   Long version, Fourth Mode, by Anthony "Nomophylax"
   Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
 Thursday: Their Sound Hath Gone Forth
   Long version, Plagal Fourth Mode, by Karamanis
   Briefer versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
 Friday: Thou Hast Wrought Salvation
   Long version, Plagal First, by Anthony "Nomophylax"
   Brief version, Plagal First, by Hieromonk Gregory
 Saturday: Blessed Are They
   Long version, Plagal First, by Anthony "Nomophylax"
   Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
Slow Alleluias
   First Mode, by Peter Bereketis
   Fourth Mode, by Peter Bereketis
   Plagal Fourth Mode, by St. Mark of Ephesus
    Communion Hymns (major feast days)
    Communion Hymns (minor feast days)
    Receive Me Today
    Concluding Hymns

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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.

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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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