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Music

Introduction To The Court Chant

This music is courtesy of the St. Tikhon's Seminary Choir. We thank them for allowing us to use them on our site.

The Obikhod Tones

Tone 0ne

Lord I Call - Tone One
Troparion - Tone One
Prokeimenon - Tone One
Canon - Tone One

Tone Two

Lord I Call - Tone Two
Troparion - Tone Two
Prokeimenon - Tone Two
Canon - Tone Two

Tone Three

Lord I Call - Tone Three
Troparion - Tone Three
Prokeimenon - Tone Three
Canon - Tone Three

Tone Four

Lord I Call - Tone Four
Troparion - Tone Four
Prokeimenon - Tone Four
Canon - Tone Four

Tone Five

Lord I Call - Tone Five
Troparion - Tone Five
Prokeimenon - Tone Five
Canon - Tone Five

Tone Six

Lord I Call - Tone Six
Troparion - Tone Six
Prokeimenon - Tone Six
Canon - Tone Six

Tone Seven

Lord I Call - Tone Seven
Troparion - Tone Seven
Prokeimenon - Tone Seven
Canon - Tone Seven

Tone Eight

Lord I Call - Tone Eight
Troparion - Tone Eight
Prokeimenon - Tone Eight
Canon - Tone Eight

The Kievan Tones

Lord I Call - Tone One
Lord I Call - Tone Two
Lord I Call - Tone Three
Lord I Call - Tone Five
Lord I Call - Tone Six

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