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Polyphonies de la liturgie Orthodoxe

Polyphonies de la liturgie Orthodoxe

(Code: A135300841)

Polyphonies de la liturgie Orthodoxe offers seventeen a cappella polyphonies characteristic of music for the Russian Orthodox liturgy.
Classics" by Lirin, Strokine, Bortniansky, Arkhangel'ski, and of course Chaikovsky collected in a collection (works edited in French pronunciation).
Titles also available in separate scores.


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Polyphonies de la liturgie Orthodoxe offers seventeen a cappella polyphonies characteristic of music for the Russian Orthodox liturgy:



"Classics" of Lirin, Strokine, Bortniansky, Arkhangel'ski, and of course Chaikovski collected in a collection (works edited in French pronunciation).
Such an anthology should, of course, include some very famous pages such as Ijé herouvimy and Tiébié poièm by Bortnianski; as well as the magnificent Gospodi by contemporary composer Boris Petrov.
But, besides these representative works of the production of the censor of the Russian religious music of very classical writing, the principal part of this collection is constituted by the first edition in France of a transliteration of seven extracts (on the fourteen polyphonies) of the Liturgy according to Saint John Chrysostom of Tchaikovsky.

Seventeen a cappella polyphonies arranged for mixed-voice choirs (SATB):



Essential pages, most of which are very simply written and suitable for all choirs.
An anthology in a French transliteration.

Content:

  • Nynie otpouchtchaiechy (Lirine)
  • Tiebie poiem (Dmitri Bortniansky)
  • Ijé khérouvimy (Dmitri Bortniansky)
  • Dostoïno ièst (Dmitri Bortniansky)
  • Slava v vychnikh bogou (Strokine)
  • Nami bog (anonyme)
  • Extracts of the liturgy according to Saint John Chrysostom from Piotr Illitch Tchaïkovski :
      • Priiditié (n° 3)
      • Viérouiou (n° 8)
      • Milost mira (n° 9)
      • Tiébié poièm (n° 10)
      • Dostoïno ièst (n° 11)
      • Molitva gospodnia (n° 13)
      • Khvalitié gospoda (n° 14)
  • Bogoroditsè diévo radouïsia (Serguei V. Rachmaninov)
  • K bogoroditsè prilièjno (Alexander A. Archangel’ski)
  • Khvalitié imia gospodnié (Alexander A. Archangel’ski)
  • Gospodi pomilouï (Boris Petrov)
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