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Christ Is Born! Give Glory!: A Christmas CD of Hymns, Chants and Carols by the Archangel Voices. This was recorded at SS. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church in Meriden, CT. This is available for $20.00 which includes shipping and handling. Please listen to the free sample.

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With the Voice of the Archangel- The cost of this CD is $16.98.

With the Voice of the Archangel

23 hymns from the Slavic and Byzantine traditions, sung in English, featuring hymns of Annunciation, Great Lent, Holy Week, and the Paschal season.

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Resurrection! Hymns and Chants of Holy Pascha- The cost of this CD is $17.98.

Resurrection! Hymns and Chants of Holy Pascha

Hymns of Paschal Matins and Divine Liturgy, from the Slavic And Greek traditions, are vividly sung in English by an ensemble of professional level voices. Byzantine and znamenny chants, newly arranged and re-composed with the English language in mind, are intermingled with traditional favorites by Bortniansky and Makarov as well as works by American composers Vladimir Morosan, Walter Obleschuk, Alex Ruggieri, Jessica Suchypilalis, John Warren, and Tikey Zes.

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The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom- The cost of this CD is $18.98.

The Liturgy of St. Johm Chrysostom

This is a rare recording of a complete Divine Liturgy in Englisn, featuring a number of traditional common-chant settings, as well as settings by Lvovsky, Kastalsky, Kovalevsky, and Rimsky-Korsakov. Although the choir is made up of amateur voices, they sing in a reverent and disciplined manner under the leadership of Fr. Michael Fortounatto.

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