The Monastic Choir Of The Holy Trinity - St. Sergius Monastery (Zagorsk) - Russian Orthodox Church Chants - Feastday Hymns Of The Holy Trinity Monastery Of St. Sergius album flac
Title: Russian Orthodox Church Chants - Feastday Hymns Of The Holy Trinity Monastery Of St. Sergius
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The Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius (Russian: Тро́ице-Се́ргиева Ла́вра) is the most important Russian monastery and the spiritual centre of the Russian Orthodox Church. The monastery is situated in the town of Sergiyev Posad, about 70 km to the north-east from Moscow by the road leading to Yaroslavl, and currently is home to over 300 monks
The Holy Trinity Monastery was founded in 1345 by St. Sergius of Radonezh, monk and hermit from Rostov whose ascetic existence attracted numerous followers. In 1337, after the death of his parents, he decided to leave for the forest together with his elder brother Stephen. The brothers founded their hermitage in a clearing surrounded by thick forest. They built a small wooden church, which they dedicated to the Life-giving Trinity. A flood of believers started to come and eventually a community was set up nearby. In 1744 Empress Elisaveta Petrovna awarded to the Monastery the highest title of Lavra, increasing its paramount in Russian Church and State. In 1746, a terrible fire broke out and most of the wooden structures were destroyed. As a result of large scale reconstruction works, the appearance of many of the buildings was changed.
Selected Hymns Of The Trinity-Sergius Monastery. A1. –The Monastic Choir Of The Holy Trinity - St. Sergius Monastery (Zagorsk). Lord I Have Cried Unto Thee (From Vespers), Tone 3 - Standard Chant. A2. Dogmatikon (From Vespers), Tone 5 - Znamennyi Chant. A3. Stikherion For Pentecost - Znamennyi Chant. Arranged By – Priest-Monk Nafanail. A4. Troparion To St. Sergius. Zagorsk Monastic Choir Conductor Archimandrite Matthew'. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Russian Orthodox Church Chants - Feastday Hymns of the Holy Trinity Monastery of S. ergius, Vo., Melodia 54. 02. Taken on December 16, 2015.
The Bells of Holy Trinity Monastery. Lord, I Have Cried Unto Thee, Tone III (Kievan Chant). Who Would Not Bless Thee,Tone VI (Dogmaticon). To Thee, the Champion Leader. Kontakion to the Pochaev Icon of the Theotokos (Pochaev Lavra Chant). It Is Truly Meet (Hymn to the Virgin). O Gladsome Light (Znamenny Chant). Bless the Lord, O My Soul (Psalm 103) . Praise Ye the Name of the Lord (Kievan Chant). What Cavern of the Earth (Sticheron to St. Herman of Alaska)
The visit of this monastery dating from 1340 was recommended by our travel agency, Tsar Voyages. Located 90 km from Moscow, this visit is worth the trip More.
In 1980 Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. In this recording, the Seminary choir chose fifteen various chants that are typical of the daily liturgical life of the monastery. In an additional track, one hears the bells of the monastery peal forth. Sung in Church Slavonic. 1) Bless the Lord, O my soul (Psalm 103) Chant of the Trinity-St. 2) Lord, I have cried unto Thee - Tone III, Kievan Chant. Canonarch: Hierodeacon Andronik
Take a tour of the The Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra, Russia to visit historic site in Sergiyev Posad. Take an easy day trip from Moscow to visit The Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra, the spiritual center of the Russian Orthodox Church. Home to more than 300 monks, the monastery is said to be the most important in Russia. Founded in 1345, the Orthodox complex developed between the 14th and 18th centuries. Get in line for your turn to feel the healing effects of the holy water. Savor fresh bread straight from the monastery bakery, and try kvas-a traditional Russian drink. Arrange your visit to The Holy Trinity-St.
|A1||Monastery Bells At Easter|
|A2||Beginning Of The Easter Service And Canon For Easter|
|A3||Kondakion For Easter|
|A4||Ikos For Easter|
|A5||The Angel Called Out To Mary - Be Enlightened O New Jerusalem|
|A6||Exapostillaire For Easter|
|A8||Christ Hath Risen (Kastalski)|
|B1||Come Ye Nations Let Us Adore The Three-in-One God|
|B2||Bless The Lord O My Soul|
|B4||Dogmatical Theotokion In Mode 7|
|B5||Who Is Great Like Our God?|
|B6||Sticheron For The Feast Of The Assumtion Of The Vigin Mary|
|B7||Lord, Now Lettest Thou Thy Servant Depart In Peace|
|B8||Troparion For Whitsun|