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Title Cyprus : between Greek east and Latin west
Published [Portland, Oregon] : Cappella Romana, [2015]


Description 1 online resource (1 audio file)
Contents Responsory : Letare, Cyprus florida (3:59) -- Motet 8 : Gemma florens/Hec est dies (4:51) -- Sticheron Prosomoion for St. Hilarion in mode 4 (3:07) -- Sticheron Doxastikon for St. Hilarion in mode 2 (3:47) -- Motet 17 : Magni patris/ Ovent Cyprus (3:09) -- Trisagion of Orthros (3:05) -- Kalophonic hymn to the Trinity / by Konstantine Asan & John Kladas the Lampadarios (12:07) -- Kyrie for St. Hilarion (3:54) -- Gloria (4:08) -- Alleluia : Ave Sancte Ylarion (3:57) -- Sequence for St. Hilarion (5:37) -- Communion verse for Saints in mode 4 / by Nicholas Asan (4:53) -- A short Kratema / by Paul Kaas (5:29) -- Motet 33 : Da, magne pater/Donis affatim perfluit orbis (2:29)
Summary Cappella Romana's latest release is an intrepid musical exploration of late medieval Cyprus. Hear both Byzantine Greek and Latin chants in honor of St. Hilarion, the patron saint of Cyprus, and music from the famous Cypriot Codex (Torino J.ii.9) infused with Mediterranean flair and vocalism unlike any recording of it to date. Among the medieval Byzantine chants on the disc, two feature exuberant "kratemata," textless songs of boundless joy
Notes Byzantine and Latin sacred music from late medieval Cyprus
Performer Cappella Romana ; Alexander Lingas, director
Event Recorded 2015 July 26-31 St. Stephen Catholic Church, Portland, Oregon
Notes Sung in Latin and Greek
Hard copy version record
Subject Hilarion, Saint, approximately 291-approximately 371 -- Songs and music
Hilarion, Saint, approximately 291-approximately 371.
Vocal ensembles.
Byzantine chants.
Vespers (Music)
Byzantine chants -- Cyprus
Chants -- Cyprus
Music -- Cyprus
Byzantine chants.
Vespers (Music)
Vocal ensembles.
Genre/Form Streaming audio
Songs and music.
Form Streaming audio
Author Lingas, Alexander, conductor.
Cappella Romana, performer.
Other Titles Cyprvs