Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom

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4 Slava. Yedinorodn y 2:39 $1.49 Buy
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13 Yektenia prosityel'naya 2:26 $1.49 Buy
14 Ottsa i S na i Svyatago Dukha 0:42 $1.49 Buy
15 Vyeruyu 6:57 $1.49 Buy
16 Milost' mira 5:19 $1.49 Buy
17 Dostoino 3:32 $1.49 Buy
18 Yektenia prosityel'naya 1:57 $1.49 Buy
19 Otche nash 4:30 $1.49 Buy
20 Nye imam in ya pomoshchi 4:45 $1.49 Buy
21 Vidyekhom Svyet Istinn y. da ispolnyatsa usta nasha 2:24 $1.49 Buy
22 Malaya yektenia. Budi Imya Gospodnye 3:51 $1.49 Buy

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In September of 1935, Konstantin Nikolaevich Shvedov (1886-1954) completed his Opus number 40 (unpublished), a setting for male choir of the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, the central worship service of the Russian Orthodox Church. . . .
Born in Moscow, Shvedov was admitted to the Synodal School and studied with Chesnokov and Katalsky. There, he was in the boy's choir, and ultimately a professor on the School's faculty. In the years prior to the October Revolution of 1917, he published some sixteen works, including a liturgy for mixed chorus. . . .
Shvedov left Russia in 1922 and emigrated to America. Over the next thirty years he held various musical positions including that of musical director at a Russian Orthodox Church in Babylon, New York. During this time he continued his compositions, and arranged traditional Russian folk music for both mixed and male choir. . . .
Following Shvedov's death in 1954, all his compositional legacy went into the archives of the Library of Congress where it remained until, through the Shvedov heirs, it came into the hands of Slavyanka's music director, Aleksei Shipovalnokov. . . .
- Paul Andrews and Aleksei Shipovalnokov

1. Velikaya yektenia / The Greater Litany
2. Blagoslovi / Bless the Lord, O My Soul
3. Malaya yektenia / Lesser Litany
4. Slava; Yedinorodny / Glory; The Only-begotten Son
5. Malaya yektenia / Lesser Litany
6. Vo tsarstvii tvoyem / In Thy Knigdom
7. Priidite, poklonimsya / O come, Let Us Worship
8. Gospodi, spasi blagochestivyya / Lord Save the Faithful; Trisagion
9. Sugubaya yektenia / Special Litany
10. Zaupokoinaya yektenia / Litany for the Dead
11. Yektenia ob oglashennykh / Litany of the Catechumens
12. Izhe kheruvymi / Cherubic Hymn
13. Yektenia prosityel'naya / Litany of Supplication
14. Ottsa i Syna, i Svyatago Dukha / The Father, Son and Holy Spirit
15. Vyeruyu / I Believe
16. Milost' mira / Grace of Peace
17. Dostoino yest' / It Is Meet
18. Yektenia prosityel'naya / Litany of Supplication
19. Ochte nash / Our Father
20. Ne imamy inyya pomoshchi / We Have No Other Help
21. Vidyekhom Svyet Istinny; Da ispolnyatsya usta nasha / We Have Seen the True Light; Let Our Mouths Be Filled
22. Malaya yektenia; Budi Imya Gospodne; Konyets Liturgia / Lesser Litany; The Name of the Lord Forever; End of the Liturgy