Vespers and Matins of the Protection of the Theotokos

Vespers and Matins of the Protection of the Theotokos

Price:25.00EUR
Weight: 0.220 Kgs
Code: BYZ005

2CD (5th and 6th albums)

Publisher:Byzantion
Storage medium:2CD
Author(s):BYZANTION
Comments and notes to the edition:Ștefan MIHALCEA și Adrian SÎRBU
Translator:Sorina CHIPER
Multimedia content:DA
Contents:WAV
Conductor:Adrian SÎRBU
Edition:2014
Year of publication:2005
Number of pages:65
Language:Română & English & Français
Dimensions (h x L x w):135 x 125 x 10
Type of cover:Cartonată
Case:Carton
ISBN:978-606-93690-4-3
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Overview

The Byzantion Choir currently functions in Iași, Romania, with the blessings of His Eminence Teofan, Metropolitan of Moldavia and Bukovina, and under the auspices of the University of Art “George Enescu” Iasi. The Choir is represented by the "Byzantion Cultural Association".

Since 1997, the Choir has had a great many concerts in Greece, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, France, Italy, Poland, Russia, the Republic of Moldova, Germany, Mount Athos and Romania, at important international music festivals (Rencontres Musicales de Vézelay, Rencontres Médiévales de Thoronet, Spiritualita di Torino, The roots of our songs- Jaroslaw, Atlantis of Nord - Olsytyn,The friends of Santorini, Willibrord 658 – 2008, Przemysl, Pontigny, Plock, Summer School Orthodox Music Festival - Sankt Petersburg, Brixner initiative Musik und Kirsche „Drama und Liturgie” - Bressanone, Archaion Kallos – Prague, Euroasia Festival – Ekaterinburg, etc.). Every year, the members of the Choir take part in the patron saints' feasts at the monasteries on Mount Athos, as well as in numerous international symposiums where they make known the beauty, the complexity and the depth of the Byzantine monody.

The Byzantion Choir has recorded so far 11 audio albums, from which the last once were recorded under the direct guidance of Master Lykourgos Angelopoulos, Archontos Protopsaltes of the Holy Archdiocese of Constantinople,.

Promoting the music of the Holy Fathers of the Eastern Church in the Western context aims at restoring the beauty of the sacred monody of a millenarian tradition; its complexity and sobriety as well as its lack of artificiality and extravagance reveal the musical image of what the Romanian historian Nicolae Iorga called Byzantium after Byzantium.

Publisher:Byzantion
Storage medium:2CD
Author(s):BYZANTION
Comments and notes to the edition:Ștefan MIHALCEA și Adrian SÎRBU
Translator:Sorina CHIPER
Designer:Marin și Lorena OSOIANU
Multimedia content:DA
Contents:WAV
Conductor:Adrian SÎRBU
Edition:2014
Year of publication:2005
Number of pages:65
Language:Română & English & Français
Dimensions (h x L x w):135 x 125 x 10
Type of cover:Cartonată
Case:Carton
Weight:0.220
ISBN:978-606-93690-4-3
Volume:V & VI
Product code:BYZ005
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