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Polyeleos
Athonite Melody

“We praise, we bless, we worship the Lord...”
includes all tones
– matches chant styles of the following sets of Irmoi of the Resurrection
(“We praise, we bless...” is also included with the sets of Irmoi of the Mother of God)

Irmoi of the Mother of God

Irmoi of the Mother of God, 4th Tone
Abbreviated Greek Chant

Irmoi of the Mother of God, 4th Tone
Abbreviated Greek Chant, different arrangement
*should only be sung with all four parts

Irmoi of the Mother of God, 4th Tone
Znamenny Chant

Song of the Most Holy Theotokos

Song of the Most Holy Theotokos, 4th Tone
“My soul doth magnify the Lord”

Abbreviated Greek Chant
– this arrangement matches the first set of Irmoi of the Mother of God

Great Doxology
Common Chant

Great Doxology
Archpriest George Johnson
using elements of a Znamenny Chant setting

Troparia of the Resurrection

Troparion of the Resurrection
after the Great Doxology on Sundays of the 1st, 3rd, 5th, & 7th Tones
Znamenny Chant, arranged by Archpriest George Johnson

Troparion of the Resurrection
after the Great Doxology on Sundays of the 2nd, 4th, 6th, & 8th Tones
Znamenny Chant, arranged by Archpriest George Johnson

To Thee, the Champion Leader
Kievan Chant, 8th Tone, arranged by Archpriest George Johnson

To Thee, the Champion Leader
Greek Chant, 8th Tone, arranged by Archpriest George Johnson
*melody in Alto
– a split in the tenor part offers a low option for choirs without any true tenors, but if resources allow for only one tenor part, the higher one should be sung when feasible

To Thee, the Champion Leader
Greek Chant, 8th Tone, arranged by Archpriest George Johnson

To Thee, the Champion Leader
Boris M. Ledkovsky (adapted for English by Archpriest George Johnson)
*melody moves between Alto and Soprano

 
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