About this - Great Doxology

aprilka

Παλαιό Μέλος
#1
Can someone tell me more about this Great Doxology
It writes that it is 1st tone
But I hear this melody first time
And the record is abreviated
So If I know more
I would try to find whole melody and notes or neumes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIbCKNf1NKI

Here is another Doxology chanted in Greek and Arabic
I like it so much, so I must ask about this also
There is no explenation on YT about the melody

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COwJtmZ6z8Q


Thank you always
 
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neoklis

Νεοκλής Λευκόπουλος, Γενικός Συντονιστής
#2
As far as the second one is concerned, I have inquired about it and was told it's of an arab composer. I'll add some more details as soon as I have more information.
The video's already been posted here.
 

tnkhoury

Νέο μέλος
#3
I don't know about the first, but it sounds like it may be Tone 1 from Ke.

The second doxology is deuteroprotos, or tone 2/tone 1, but I do not know where you can find the notation for this. If you look on St. Anthony's website, you will see some liturgical music in this tone.
 
#4
I don't know about the first, but it sounds like it may be Tone 1 from Ke.

The second doxology is deuteroprotos, or tone 2/tone 1, but I do not know where you can find the notation for this. If you look on St. Anthony's website, you will see some liturgical music in this tone.
The first doxology my friend is composed by Petros Bereketis and it is first tone from KE. There are many books of this composer and surely you can find them in the stores. I think that it won't be difficult to find it even here in Psaltologion. I am sorry but I don't have any more knowledge on computers to help you more. :eek: Bye! :)