Sept. 8th Vespers Idiomela

romanos4

Παλαιό Μέλος
#1
Going through the Doxastarion I've noticed the 2nd and 3rd stichera Idiomela for Great Vespers for the Birth of the Theotokos are conspicuously absent.

Would anyone mind providing a score if available (Greek or English)?

Thank you!

Ross
 

Pappous43

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#2
Going through the Doxastarion I've noticed the 2nd and 3rd stichera Idiomela for Great Vespers for the Birth of the Theotokos are conspicuously absent.

Would anyone mind providing a score if available (Greek or English)?

Thank you!

Ross
You will find these in various minaia BM books e.g.
ZOI, ΜΟΥΣΙΚΟΣ ΠΑΝΔΕΚΤΗΣ vol 6, pp 35-37.
If you still have a problem please send me an e-mail
 

romanos4

Παλαιό Μέλος
#4
You will find these in various minaia BM books e.g.
ZOI, ΜΟΥΣΙΚΟΣ ΠΑΝΔΕΚΤΗΣ vol 6, pp 35-37.
If you still have a problem please send me an e-mail
If you can point me to a digital copy that'd be great - otherwise I don't think I have this available.

Thank you for your help though!

R.
 
#6
Just a note that I found a significant portion of text missing from the Lord I have cried 5th Stichera. The 09-08 Vespers Idiomela.pdf above has been replaced with the correction.

- Rdr. Michael
 
#7
Here are some of my attempts (Lord I have cried, Litia & Aposticha) in English from 3+ years ago. Hopefully these will be useful to some (until much better arrangements can be found).

Rdr. Michael
Very nice Michael! Thank you for sharing your work with us! I enjoyed each of your compositions.

Have you composed many other hymns as well?

Sincerely,
Taso

 

GabrielCremeens

Music Director at St. George, Albuquerque, NM
#9
Good afternoon everyone,

I've composed musical scores for tonight's feast. I hope these are helpful.

In Christ,
Gabriel

P.S. The top of page 9 warrants special care - it would be worth practicing that modulation by itself, multiple times, as it becomes enharmonic grave mode. This is the only time I have ever seen this kind of modulation in plagal second.
 

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