GHCD 10 004. Russian Orthodox Church Singers, Georgy Smirnov. Russian Orthodox Church Singers, Georgy Smirnov - My Soul - Collection Of Russian Choral Music. Russische Choräle 3 (CD, Album). Aurora (5). GHCD 10 004.
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LITURGICAL MUSIC -Comprehensive Collection of Orthodox Church Music - liturgical scores from St. Michael's Greek Catholic Church, Binghamton, NY. Light of the East Internet Radio- Orthodox Christian Radio- Free Byzantine Chant Lessons in English. Carpatho-Rusyn Liturgical Music - The Carpatho-Rusyn Slavonic plainchant (prostopinije). Russian Orthodox Church Music - Russian Orthodox Music Scores from the library of the Synod Cathedral Choir, New York City. Monastic Choir of the Valaam Monastery Precentor Hierodeacon German (Ryabtsev) Hierodeacon German (Ryabtsev). Russian Orthodox Hymnody, Veliky Novgorod. Orthodox Liturgical Choral Music - Dr. Kurt Sander, Department of Music, Northern Kentucky University. Liturgical Music Resources from the Diocese of the West - Orthodox Church in America.
Georgy Vasilyevich Sviridov (16 December 1915 – 6 January 1998) was a Russian neoromantic composer, active in the Soviet era. He is most widely known for his choral music, strongly influenced by the traditional chant of the Russian Orthodox Church, as well as his orchestral works which often celebrate elements of Russian culture.
Russian Orthodox Passion: Antiphons for Good Friday, 16th Century. Danilov Monastery Choir, Georgy Safonov & Alfeyev Hilarion. Ancient Psalms of the Orthodox Church. Chamber Choir Lege Artis. Russian Medieval Chant. The Orthodox Divine Liturgy: Master, Bless! Archangel Voices. Selected Chants of the Russian Orthodox Church. Monks Choir of Kiev Pechersk Monastery.
Russian Sacred Choral Masterpieces. The Russian Orthodox Cathedral Choir of Paris. In the 17th century, Western influences changed the harmonic and rhythmic framework of traditional Russian melodies. Russia's first professional composer of sacred music, Dmitry Bortniansky (1751–1825), saved Russian music from being swept away before the Western wave, as the liner notes state. Later composers, such as Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, followed Bortniansky’s methods, establishing liturgical music as a viable art form.