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Various - The Music Of The Syrian Orthodox Church album download
Various - The Music Of The Syrian Orthodox Church album download
Performer: Various
Title: The Music Of The Syrian Orthodox Church
Released: 1973
Style: Folk
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AU MP2 AC3 DMF VOX AC3 MPC
FLAC size: 1312 mb | MP3 size: 1200 mb | WMA size: 1359 mb

The Syriac Orthodox Church, or Syriac Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East, is an Oriental Orthodox church with autocephalous patriarchate established by Severus of Antioch in Antioch in 518 . influenced by Jacob Baradaeus (c. 500-578), while tracing its history to Antioch by Saint Peter and Saint Paul in the 1st century, according to its tradition.

Universal Syriac Orthodox Church added 27 new photos to the album Annual Christmas Spiritual Retreat for the Clergy of Damascus. 20 December at 05:52 ·. On December 20, 2018, His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II participated in the Christmas Spiritual Retreat for the Clergy of Damascus, held at the Greek Catholic Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East. He also invited them to keep their eyes directed towards the Baby born, especially as clergy. Annual Christmas Spiritual Retreat for the Clergy of Damascus. Universal Syriac Orthodox Church added 36 new photos to the album Ordination of 24 Qoruye for Patriarchal Archdiocese of Damascus. 20 December at 01:16 ·.

Why Study the Syrian Orthodox Church with Father Samuel Issa. Syrian Orthodox Church London Part 1. Duration: 33:37 Bitrate: 320 Kbps. Blessing of the crown in the Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church.

Syrian Orthodox Church: Tradition Of Tur Abdin In Mesopotamia is a English album released on Dec 2014. Syrian Orthodox Church: Tradition Of Tur Abdin In Mesopotamia Album has 4 songs sung by Deyruzafaran Monastery, Ado Abdelmasih, Isa Cicek. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Syrian Orthodox Church: Tradition Of Tur Abdin In Mesopotamia songs on Gaana. Gaana is the one-stop solution for all your music needs.

On Thursday, June 20th, 2019, under the auspices of His Eminence Mor Dionysius John Kawak, the Archdiocese of the Syriac Orthodox Church for the Eastern United States held its Second Annual Family Retreat at the Sandy Cove Ministries in Maryland. On Sunday, June 16th, 2019 Upon the invitation of His Grace Bishop Daniel Findikyan, Primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church and Very Rev. Fr. Tateos Abdalian, His Eminence Mor Dionysius John Kawak celebrated the Holy Liturgy.

Artists: The Syrian Orthodox Church. B'utho mor afrem - st ephraim's supplication (hymn of prayer) - The Syrian Orthodox Church. 1. Thumo d'haimontho - the boarder of creed - The Syrian Orthodox Church. Psalmody - psalms 91 & 121 - The Syrian Orthodox Church. Husoyo - plea for forgiveness - The Syrian Orthodox Church. B'utho mor jakob - st jakob's (jame's) supplication - The Syrian Orthodox Church. Ach tagorye - supplication in the 6th mode - The Syrian Orthodox Church. Good friday hymn and madrosho (ode) to qum fawlos (tune) - The Syrian Orthodox Church

Syriac Orthodox Church. Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch. The Syriac Orthodox Church participates in ecumenical discussions, being a member of the World Council of Churches since 1960, and of the Middle East Council of Churches since 1974. The precise differences in theology that caused the Oriental Orthodox schism in 451 is said to have arisen "only because of differences in terminology and culture and in the various formulae adopted by different theological schools to express the same matter", according to a joint declaration in 1984 by Patriarch Ignatius Zakka I Iwas of the Syriac Orthodox Church, and Pope John Paul Bible in the Syriac tradition. Syriac Orthodox Churches use the Peshitta (Syriac: simple, common) as its Bible.

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Mass In The First Mode (Qadmoyo), Similar To The Aeolian Mode 25:40
A1 Introit
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
1:16
A2 Ma'anith (Hymn Of Praise)
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
1:44
A3 Qadisha (Sanctus)
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
1:47
A4 Chant Preceding The Reading From The Epistles
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
0:58
A5 Reading From The Epistles To The Hebrew
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
1:00
A6 Hallelujah
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
0:41
A7 Reading From The Gospel According To St. Mark
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
2:31
A8 A Chant Before The Burning Of Incense
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
0:57
A9 Prayer And Burning Of Incense
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
7:53
A10 The Nicene Creed
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
1:43
A11 Beginning Of The Anaphora (Liturgy)
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
5:12
A12 Secret Prayer Before The Eucharist
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
0:22
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B1 "B'utho" According To St. Ephraim, Eight Mode (Thminoyo), Similar To The Arabian Hidjaz (Gipsy Mode)
Performer – Ado Abdelmasih, Aziz Günel, Ibrahim Aksan
5:35
B2 "Gnez," First Mode (Qadmoyo)
Performer – Isa Çiçek
3:09
B3 "Takhshifto," Sixth Mode (Shtithoyo), Similar To The Ionian Mode
Performer – Ado Abdelmasih
5:40
Mass In The First Mode (Qadmoyo) (Conclusion) 14:42
B4a Blessings
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
2:30
B4b Procession (Ziyyah)
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
3:37
B4c Chant (Zmiroto)
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
2:03
B4d Elevation
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
3:16
B4e Thanksgivings, Prayer And Dismissal
Performer – Boy's Choir, Deacons And Monk Of Deyruzafaran Monastery, Priests From Mardin And Diyarbaker
3:26

Credits

  • Producer [General Editor] – Alain Daniélou
  • Producer [Production Asssistant] – Jacques Cloarec
  • Recorded By, Liner Notes, Photography By – Habib Hassan Touma

Notes

Theatre and dance music.

Edited for the International Music Council by the International Institute for Comparative Music Studies and Documentation, Berlin/Venice.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 6586 014.1 Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 6586 014.2 Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): AA 6586 014 1Y 2 ℗1973 670 114 03
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): AA 6586 014 2Y 1 ℗1973 670 115 03