Other Collections of Byzantine Music Compositions in the English Language
St. Anthony’s Monastery – The Divine Music Project – The most complete collection of Byzantine liturgical music scores in English available anywhere.
Cappella Romana – Musical Scores for the Divine Liturgy in Byzantine Chant – A complete setting of the Divine Liturgy in English in Byzantine chant.
Fr. Seraphim Dedes – AGES Initiatives Digital Chant Stand (DCS) – Assorted musical scores for various services and feast days, especially valuable for its settings of the Katavasiae in English.
Samuel Herron.com – Useful for its various musical scores and recordings in English, as well as pedagogical resources (private lessons).
Further Research in the Psaltic Art
Analogion.gr – Liturgical Texts in Greek
Ematins.org – Prepared Liturgical Texts in English and Greek
Learning the Psaltic Art
Holy Cross Certificate in Byzantine Music – An academic program on the campus of Hellenic College/Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, at which I received most of my education in the Psaltic Art.
Archdiocesan School of Byzantine Music – Under the auspices of the Direct Archdiocesan District of New York, and the oversight of Archdeacon Panteleimon Papadopoulos.
Anastasimatarion Recordings by George Hatzichronoglou – Recordings of selected portions of the Anastasimatarion by a teacher with whom I studied in Greece – George Hatzichronoglou, Archon Hymnodist of the Great Church of Christ.
Teach Yourself Byzantine Notation – the famous “Margaziotis” book, with recordings by the late Constantine Katsoulis of blessed memory.
Finally, I am also able and willing to set up private lessons in Byzantine Music over Skype. For more information or to set up lessons, e-mail me at gabriel.cremeens (at) gmail (dot) com.