English Analogion

Byzantine Musical Compositions in English

Movable Hymnography

Sunday of the Prodigal Son

Prodigal Son – Doxastikon at “Lord I have Cried”, by Phillip Phares

Prodigal Son – Doxastikon at the Aposticha

Prodigal Son – Praises – Elizabethan English

Prodigal Son – Praises – Modern English

Saturday of Souls

Saturday of Souls – Doxastikon at the Aposticha of Vespers

Saturday of Souls – Kathismata after the Evlogetaria

Saturday of Souls – Doxastikon and Theotokion at the Praises

Saturday of Souls – Doxastikon and Theotokion at the Aposticha of the Praises

Sunday of the Last Judgment (Meatfare)

Sunday of the Last Judgment – Doxastika

Sunday of the Last Judgment – Praises Idiomela

Cheesefare Week

Wednesday of Cheese-Fare Week – Idiomelon at the Aposticha (“The Springtime of the Fast”)

Saturday of Cheesefare Week – The Holy Ascetics – Doxastikon at the Praises

Sunday of the Expulsion of Adam from Paradise (Forgiveness Sunday/Cheesefare)

Praises Idiomela 1 and 2 (Plagal 1st Mode) on Forgiveness Sunday

Doxastikon at the Praises for the Cheesefare Sunday – Chadi Karam (Byzantine Notation)

Doxastikon at the Praises for the Cheesefare Sunday – Chadi Karam (Western Notation)

Recording of Chadi Karam’s composition:

Forgiveness Vespers – Hymns at the Aposticha, by Phillip Phares

The 1st Week of Lent

Wednesday of the 1st Week – Idiomela at “Lord, I have Cried,” at Presanctified Liturgy (Elizabethan English)

Wednesday of the 1st Week – Idiomela at “Lord, I have Cried,” at Presanctified Liturgy (Modern English)

1st Saturday of Lent: The Miracle of Saint Theodore and the Kollyva

Doxastikon at the Praises

1st Sunday of Lent: The Triumph of Orthodoxy

1st Sunday of Lent – Doxastikon of the Praises (Ware)

Doxastikon at the Praises for the First Sunday of Lent (Chadi Karam – Byzantine Notation)

Doxastikon at the Praises for the First Sunday of Lent (Chadi Karam – Western Notation)

Recording of Chadi Karam’s composition:

The 2nd Week of Lent

Wednesday of the 2nd Week – Idiomelon at “Lord, I have Cried”

Friday of the 2nd Week – Idiomelon at “Lord, I have Cried”

2nd Sunday of Lent: Saint Gregory Palamas

Saint Gregory Palamas – Doxastikon at Lord I have Cried

Saint Gregory Palamas – Doxastikon at the Aposticha

Doxastikon at the Praises for the 2nd Sunday of Lent (Gabriel Cremeens)

Doxastikon at the Praises for the 2nd Sunday of Lent (Chadi Karam – Byzantine Notation)

3rd Sunday of Lent: The Holy Cross

Recording of Chadi’s composition:

Slow Doxology in Agia for Feasts of the Cross

Communion Hymn for Feasts of the Cross (4th Mode Agia)

4th Sunday of Lent: Saint John of the Ladder (Climacus)

Aposticha Doxastikon

5th Sunday of Lent: Saint Mary of Egypt

5th Sunday of Lent – Doxastikon of the Praises

Lazarus Saturday

2nd Idiomelon of the Praises – Lazarus Saturday

6th Idiomelon of the Praises – Lazarus Saturday

Palm Sunday

Apolytikion of Palm Sunday (4th Mode)