learn to chant

We hope that our work inspires you to learn more about Byzantine chant and notation!

The listed resources and recommended recordings focus on the use of authentic Byzantine melodies in the English language.   


RESOURCES

St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery
Florence, AZ


Digital Chant Stand
info@agesinitiatives.org
Fr. Seraphim Dedes, Executive Director
AGES Initiatives
5108 Kuykendall Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28270


Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
Brookline, MA


Byzantine Choir of St. George Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral
Pittsburgh, PA


and its corresponding forum Psaltologion 
Syndney, Australia 


Sub-Deacon Karim El-Far


Gabriel Cremeens


available in both Byzantine and Western notations
Capella Romana 


An Introduction to modern Byzantine Notation
David J. Melling


Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America 
New York, NY 
RECOMMENDED RECORDINGS


A Byzantine Christmas Carol
Hymns of the Christian East

Byzantine Choir of St. George Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral
Pittsburgh, PA 








The Voice of the Lord
Selected Hymns from the Feast of Theophany

directed by Rassem El Messih
Boston, MA









The Divine Liturgies
As chanted on the Holy Mountain
Volume I : Doxology, Typica, and Trisagion Hymns

St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery
Florence, AZ









The Apolytikia of the Great Feasts
Byzantine Chant in Greek and English 

Unfading Rose (Ρόδον τό Άμάραντον)
Children's Choir