Chant Repertiore

Settings of liturgical chant as rendered today throughout the Byzantine-Ruthenian Metropolitan Church of Pittsburgh (USA), either in single voice (plainchant) or harmonized in form and manner respectful of that traditionally practiced among our people and heard in our churches through the years.

Also, liturgical and para-liturgical hymns for various feast days, some rare, as well as other more familiar traditional hymns of Carpatho-Rusyn origin.

Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom [2006]

Litany of Peace [English (SATB)]

Cherubim Hymn Settings for Various Feasts

Dormition of the Theotokos - Podoben: Veselisja Vo Čistot'i [English]*
Nativity of the Theotokos - Podoben: Spivajme Veselo [Slavonic]*

Para-liturgical Hymns for Immovable Feasts

Nativity of St. John the Baptist - John the Prophet Born Today [English]*
Transfiguration of Our Lord - On Mount Tabor [English]*
Nativity of the Theotokos - Joyfully, We Now Sing [English]*
Dormition of the Theotokos - Rejoice, O Purest Mother [English (SATB)]

Para-liturgical Hymns for Moveable Feasts

Ascension - All You Peoples Clap Your Hands [English & Slavonic]*

Chant for Long Life (Mnóhol'itstvije)

Mnóhaja L'íta (Mukachevo usage) [Slavonic (SATB)]
Mnóhaja L'íta (Prešov usage) [English & Slavonic (SATB)]
Mnóhaja L'íta (Litmanová usage) [Slavonic (SATB)]

* for ad experimentum use only