English Analogion

Byzantine Musical Compositions in English

Orthros

The Polyeleos

Polyeleos, Psalm 134 – 1st Mode, Brief Setting, by Gabriel Cremeens

Evlogetaria

Evlogetaria of the Resurrection, by Phillip Phares

Hymns at the Gospel Reading

Festal Songs of Ascent – Greek and English (Nicholas Roumas and Gabriel Cremeens)

“Let Every Breath” (Psalm 150:6) before the Orthros Gospel, by Nicholas Roumas

Psalm 50, in 2nd Mode, by Nicholas Roumas

Troparia after Psalm 50, by Nicholas Roumas

12-Fold “Lord, have mercy,” by Nicholas Roumas

Katavasies

Katavasies of the Theotokos – Brief Melodies

Katavasies of the Theotokos – Slow Melodies

More Honorable than the Cherubim, in all modes – Nicholas Roumas

Slow Doxologies

Slow Doxology – 2nd Mode (Gabriel Cremeens)

Slow Doxology, 3rd Mode (Nicholas Roumas)

Slow Doxology, 4th Mode “Agia” (Gabriel Cremeens)

Slow Doxology, 4th Mode “Agia” (Adapted from Petros the Peloponnesian)

Slow Doxology – Plagal 1st Pentaphone

Slow Doxology – Plagal 2nd Mode

Slow Doxology, Grave Mode Enharmonic – Adapted from Chourmouzios the Archivist (HTM Translation)

Slow Doxology, Grave Mode Enharmonic – Adapted from Chourmouzios the Archivist

For a recording of the above Doxology, please click here.