Elizabethan English

Christ is Risen
Lord Have Mercy
Plagal Fourth Mode
Plagal First Mode
First Mode
Plagal Second Mode
Five Modes
Antiphons
Through the Intercessions
Save Us, O Son of God
Only-begotten Son
Come Let us Worship
For Feast Days - Second Antiphons and Entrance Hymns
Typica: First Stasis: Psalm 102
Plagal Fourth Mode, Athonite Melody
Plagal First Mode, by Hieromonk Hierotheos
Typica: Second Stasis: Psalm 145 and Only-Begotten Son
Grave Mode, Athonite Melody
Plagal First Mode, by Hieromonk Hierotheos
Apolytikia of the Resurrection
Thrice-Holy Hymn (Trisagion)
Second Mode, Brief Version for Weekdays
First Mode, by Kyriakos Ioannidis
Second Mode, by Simon Avagianou
Plagal Fourth Mode, by George Karakasis
As Many of You as Were Baptized
Thy Cross Do We Worship
Alleluia
Brief Versions of Alleluia
Longer Versions of Alleluia In All Eight Modes
Arise, O God (Instead of Alleluia on Holy Saturday)
Glory to Thee, O Lord
Eis Polla Eti Despota
Hierarchical Liturgy
Lord Save the Faithful
Eis Polla Eti Despota
Lord Have Mercy, Second Mode
Axios
Receive Me Today
Plagal Second Mode, Athonite melody
Plagal Second Mode, Lycourgos Petridis
First Mode, by Lycourgos Petridis
Plagal Fourth Mode, by Lycourgos Petridis

Cheroubic Hymn

Cheroubic Hymn: First Mode
by Athanasios Karamanis
by Theodore Papaparaschou “Phokaeus”
by Petros Peloponnesios
Cheroubic Hymn: Second Mode
by Athanasios Karamanis
by Theodore Phokaeus
Cheroubic Hymn: Third Mode
by Hieromonk Hierotheos
by Gregory Levitis the Protopsaltis
Cheroubic Hymn: Fourth Mode
(agia), by Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas
(legetos), by Hieromonk Gregory
Cheroubic Hymn: Plagal First Mode
by Theodore Phokaeus
by Hieromonk Gregory
by Petros Peloponnesios
Cheroubic Hymn: Plagal Second Mode
by Athanasios Karamanis
by Theodore Phokaeus
Cheroubic Hymn: Grave Mode
by Hieromonk Gregory
by Theodore Phokaeus
Cheroubic Hymn: Plagal Fourth Mode
by Hieromonk Hierotheos
by Theodore Phokaeus
Cheroubic Hymns for Holy Week
Holy Thursday, Receive Me Today
Holy Saturday, Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent

Anaphora

First Mode
by Basil Nikolaidis
by M. Hatziathanasiou - heptaphonic
Second Mode
by Hieromonk Gregory
by Hieromonk Hierotheos (deuteroprotos)
Third Mode
by Basil Nikolaidis
by Athanasios Karamanis
Fourth Mode
by Hieromonk Hierotheos (legetos)
by Lycourgos Petridis (agia)
Plagal First Mode
by Hieromonk Hierotheos
by Michael Hatziathanasiou (Phrygian)
Plagal Second Mode
by Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas
by Michael Hatziathanasiou
Grave Mode
by Michael Hatziathanasiou
by Constantine Pringos
Plagal Fourth Mode
by Hieromonk Hierotheos
by Hieromonk Gregory
I Will Love Thee - Long Versions

It is Truly Right

First Mode
by Gregory the Protopsaltis
by Michael Hatziathanasiou (heptaphonic)
Second Mode
Ancient Melody
by Peter Philanthidis (deuteroprotos)
Third Mode
by Theodore Phokaeus (enharmonic)
by Gregory the Protopsaltis
Fourth Mode
by Gregory the Protopsaltis (legetos)
by Gregory the Protopsaltis (agia)
Plagal First Mode
by Constantine Pringos “Patriarchal”
by Michael Hatziathanasiou (Phrygian)
Plagal Second Mode
by Theodore Phokaeus
Anonymous
Grave Mode
by Theodore Phokaeus (diatonic)
by Theodore Phokaeus (enharmonic)
Plagal Fourth Mode
by Anastasios from Parla
by Haralambos Papanikolaou

Heirmoi (Katavasias) of the Ninth Ode
(Instead of "It is Truly Right" on Feast Days)

September 8, Birth of the Theotokos,
September 14, Exaltation of the Cross, by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
November 21, Entrance of the Theotokos, by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
December 25, Nativity, by Athanasios Karamanis
December 26, Nativity (Iambic Canon), by Athanasios Karamanis
January 6, Theophany, by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
January 7, Theophany (Iambic Canon), by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
February 2, Meeting in the Temple, by Athanasios Karamanis
March 25, Annunciation, by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
Lazarus Saturday, by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
Palm Sunday, by Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas


Pascha
by Peter of Ephesus
by Athanasios Karamanis
Thomas Sunday, by Athanasios Karamanis
Sunday of the Paralytic, by Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas
Wednesday of Mid-Pentecost, by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
Sunday of the Samaritan Woman, by Chrysanthos Theodosopoulos
Ascension, by Athanasios Karamanis
Pentecost
Diatonic Grave Mode, by Karamanis
Enharmonic Grave Mode, by Karamanis
Monday of the Holy Spirit, by Athanasios Karamanis
August 6, Transfiguration
by Hourmouzios Hartophylax
Alternate Hymn, by Karamanis
August 15, Dormition, by Athanasios Karamanis

Communion Hymns

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
Explanatory Note about Communion Hymns
September 14, Exaltation of the Cross
December 25, Nativity
January 6, Theophany
March 25, Annunciation
Lazarus Saturday
Palm Sunday
Holy Saturday
Pascha
Thomas Sunday
Wednesday of Mid-Pentecost
Ascension
Pentecost
Monday of the Holy Spirit
Sunday of All Saints
August 6, Transfiguration
Feast days of the Mother of God
Long version, Fourth Mode
Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
Feast days of the Archangels
Long version, First Mode
Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
Feast days of the Honourable Forerunner
Long version, Grave Mode
Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
Feast days of the Apostles, the Three Hierarchs, and Sts. Constantine and Helen
Long version, Plagal Fourth Mode
Brief versions, by Hieromonk Gregory
Feast days of the Cross (Third Sunday of Lent and August 1)
Feast day of Prophets and Sts. Joachim and Anna
Holy Thursday
Slow Version, Plagal Second Mode
Plagal Second Mode, traditional Athonite melody
Plagal Second Mode, by Lycourgos Petridis
First Mode, by Lycourgos Petridis
Plagal Fourth Mode, by Lycourgos Petridis

Concluding Hymns

We Have Seen the True Light
Remember Us Also (for Holy Saturday)
Let our Mouths be Filled
Blessed be the Name of the Lord
Christ is Risen, Bright Week Brief Version
Ton Despotin (in English and Greek)
Protect Him (Ton Evlogounta)
Through the Prayers, Ancient Melody

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