Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee
Sunday of the Prodigal Son
Saturday of the Souls
Meat-Fare Sunday: The Sunday of the Last Judgment
Cheese-Fare Saturday: All Righteous Ascetics
Cheese-Fare Sunday: The Commemoration of Adam's Exile
Cheese-Fare Sunday Evening Vespers
Wednesday of the First Week
Friday of the First Week
Saturday of the First Week: St. Theodore the Tyro
First Sunday of the Fast: The Sunday of Orthodoxy
Sunday Evening Vespers of the First Sunday
Wednesday of the Second Week
Friday of the Second Week
Saturday of the Second Week
Second Sunday of the Fast: St. Gregory Palamas
Sunday Evening Vespers of the Second Sunday
Wednesday of the Third Week
Friday of the Third Week
Saturday of the Third Week
Third Sunday of the Fast: The Worship of the Cross
Sunday Evening Vespers of the Third Sunday
Wednesday of the Fourth Week
Friday of the Fourth Week
Saturday of the Fourth Week
Fourth Sunday of the Fast: St. John of the Ladder
Sunday Evening Vespers of the Fourth Sunday
Wednesday of the Fifth Week
Thursday of the Fifth Week: The Great Canon of St. Andrew
Saturday of the Akathist Hymn
Fifth Sunday of the Fast: St. Mary of Egypt
Sunday Evening Vespers of the Fifth Sunday
Wednesday of the Sixth Week
Friday of the Sixth Week
Lazarus Saturday
Palm Sunday
Sunday Evening Vespers of Palm Sunday

Holy Week

Holy and Great Monday
Holy and Great Tuesday
Holy and Great Wednesday
Holy and Great Thursday
Holy and Great Friday
Holy and Great Saturday

Pascha and the Pentecostarion

The Holy and Great Sunday of Pascha
"Agape" Vespers of Pascha
Tuesday of Renewal Week: Sts. Raphael, Nicholas, and Irene
Friday of Renewal Week: The Life-giving Spring
Thomas Sunday
Sunday of the Myrrh-Bearing Women
Sunday of the Paralytic
Wednesday of Mid-Pentecost
Sunday of the Samaritan Woman
Sunday of the Blind Man
Holy Ascension
Sunday of the Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council
Saturday of the Souls
Holy Pentecost
Monday of the Holy Spirit
Sunday of All Saints
Sunday of the Athonite Fathers

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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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The translation used for these hymns of the Pentecostarion is copyrighted by Holy Transfiguration Monastery in Brookline and is used with their permission. We chose their translation because many people throughout the world hold their liturgical translations in high regard due to their precision, meter, and elegance.

Note: Clicking a "Hear" link will open a.mp3I file, which can be played by your computer's media player. 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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