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Playlist of Roman Catholicism in Romania

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  • Orthodox Monk gives a advice to a Roman Catholic

    1:11

    scene from the movie 1612

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  • God Will Make A Way - Don Moen Religious Song

    4:21

    I really love this song that is why i made this video with lyrics of the song. When I heard this song it made me pause for while and talk to God.

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  • MIMINA NEEMA_OFFICIAL VIDEO

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    Mimina Neema. Ni Toleo la 11 la Kwaya ya Mtakatifu Kizito, Parokia ya mwenye heri Anuarite - Makuburi, Dar es salaam. Huu ni wimbo mmoja miongoni mwa nyimbo 12 zinazofanya Album hii. Jipatie nakala yako ya DVD sasa. Piga simu namba +255 715 160 055 au +255 743 731 937

    Miongoni mwa nyimbo bora za Kwaya Katoliki, tusikilize na Kutazama kwa afya ya Roho zetu.
    Tusikilize sauti tamu na Maneno Matamu kutoka kwa wanakwaya hawa.

    Mungu atubariki sote.

    Tunapoendelea kuomba Mungu amimine neema kwetu, tuendelee pia kuzitafuta habari zake, habari za mwana wake Yesu Kristo, Habari za Yesu.

    #kwayakatoliki

  • Romanian Catholic voices 1

    4:56

    A wondeful voice from Romanian Catholic Parrish Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Bucharest: Maximilian Lucaci (ministrant)

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  • Coldplay - Viva La Vida

    4:08

    Taken from the Live In São Paulo concert film, part of the Butterfly Package, which also includes the Live In Buenos Aires album and the new A Head Full Of Dreams documentary. Out Dec 7. Pre-order at

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  • 12 differences between Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism

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  • The Lords Lamentations

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    Keep knocking, and the joy inside will eventually open a window and look out to see who’s there.
    — Rumi

    All know that the drop merges into the ocean, but few know that the ocean merges into the drop.
    — Kabir

    Lord, shed upon our darkened souls the brilliant light of your wisdom so that we may be enlightened and serve you with renewed purity. Sunrise marks the hour for men to begin their toil, but in our souls, Lord, prepare a dwelling for the day that will never end.
    — Saint Ephrem the Syrian

    राम

  • Orthodoxy Chants Spiritual Songs Sacred Medita

    1:1:41

  • Lord, I will always love you, Iubi-te-voi, Doamne, Je taimerai toujours, Seigneur,

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    Romanian Orthodox Liturgical Hymn. It is usually sung by Romanian Orthodox priests during Liturgy (Orthodox Mass) just before the Creed. Performed by Carmina Romana mixed choir with its special guest, the Opera singer Radu Cuceu at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). Conductor: Ionut Untea. The event took place on 21st of November 2010 in the church St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and Ars Identitatis cultural association.

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  • TEODORA CIUCUR sings Adolphe Adams O Holy Night / Cantique de Noël

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    O Holy Night / Cantique de Noël (Minuit chrétiens) by Adolphe Adam, soloist TEODORA CIUCUR (in german, romanian & french). The Roman Catholic Cathedral Choir and Orchestra from Timisoara (Romania)
    conductor prof. dr. Walter Kindl

  • Birth of the Churches: EarlyChurch, RomanCatholics, Protestants, Baptists, Pentecostals - Zac Poonen

    33:40

    Reformation of the church: you can listen full sermon here

  • Eddie Griffin Live | Living Legend Tour @ Bucharest | promo

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    KOMPAS EVENTS ROMANIA proudly present Eddie Griffin: first exclusive show in Romania, Living Legend Tour
    Check the info below.

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  • Pope Benedict XVI attends concert by Archdiocese of Munich

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  • Bethlehem on the Border

    1:3:41

    +J.M.J.+ A Christmas concert of sacred choral music from old Mexico and new Spain: A few members of the men's schola from Jesus and Mary Roman Catholic Church in conjunction with the El Paso County Historical Commission and the Tom Lea Institute of El Paso, humbly presented sacred choral music devoted to the composers and compositions of the Spanish Renaissance who beautified the earliest communities with jubilant song. The men's schola reverently chanted and sang in the magnificent auspices of the Catholic Mission of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, commonly known in Spanish as La Misión de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, on December 17th, 2016.
    This was an attempt to recreate a glimpse of the musical heritage that would have been experienced on the Feast of the Nativity during the lifetimes of the Mission's earliest generations of parishioners.
    1. Veni Veni Emmanuel–Anonymous, 13th Century
    2. Introit: Puer Natus Est– Gregorian Chant Proper (Isaiah 9:6, Psalms 97:1)
    3. Puer Natus Est– Polyphony by Cristóbal de Morales, TTB, 16th Century
    4. Gradual: Viderunt Omnes– Gregorian Chant Proper (Psalms 97:2-4)
    5. Alleluia: Alleluia-Dies Sanctificatus– Gregorian Chant Proper (Roman Missal)
    6. Ave Maria– Polyphony by Tomás Luis de Victoria, TTBB, 16th Century
    7. Offertory: Tui Sunt Coeli– Gregorian Chant Proper (Psalms 88:12,15)
    8. O Magnum Mysterium– Polyphony by Tomás Luis de Victoria, TTBB, 16th Century
    9. Communion: Viderunt Omnes– Gregorian Chant Proper with Organum Psalm Tone and drone. (Psalms 97:3)
    10. Para Dar Luz Inmortal– Polyphony, Anonymous, Saint Clara Choir-book, 18th Century
    11. Jesu Redemptor Omnium–Polyphony, by Caspar Ett, 19th Century
    12. Gaudete! Gaudete!– Polyphony, Anonymous
    13. Riu, Riu, Chiu– Polyphony, Villancio- Mateo Flecha el Viejo, 1556
    14. Agni Parthene– Greek Marian Hymn, by Saint Nectarios of Aegina, 19th Century
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  • Roman Battle Music & Epic Roman Music

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    Roman battle music & epic Roman music which will take you back to the age of Caesars, gladiators, & fierce Roman legions.


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    Tracklist :

    0:00 – Rising Legion
    3:18 – Hadrian's Wall
    6:53 – The Roman Empire
    10:38 – Pax Romana
    14:35 – Roman Republic
    17:48 – Mark Antony
    21:43 – Barbarian Invasion
    25:04 – Centurions
    28:45 – The Colosseum
    32:00 – Spartacus the Gladiator
    35:28 – Pompeii
    39:13 – Battle March
    42:51 – Augustus Caesar
    46:30 – Nero
    50:21 – Julius Caesar
    54:05 – Roman City
    57:26 – The Senate


    These beautiful pictures are from Sprachprofi (1st pic), Popius (2nd pic), Juan de la Corte (3rd pic), Thomas Cole (4th pic), Juan Antonio Ribera (5th pic), George Edward Robertson (6th pic), Nejron Photo (7th pic), Fernando Cortes (8th pic), Antonio Joli (9th pic), Robert Duncanson (10th pic), Carlo Sanquirico (11th pic), Vuk Kostic (12th pic), Jean-Joseph Tailasson (13th pic), Hugo Robert (14th pic), Jean-Léon Gérôme (15th pic), Giovanni_Paolo_Panini (16th pic), and Cesare Maccari (last pic).

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    This great thumbnail can be found here:


    The album artwork for The Roman Empire is from Vuk Kostic:



    #romanmusic #battlemusic #epicmusic #roman #battle #caesar


    ~ All music is composed by Derek and Brandon Fiechter ~

  • The Worlds Most Beautiful Woman / Soprano Lina Cavalieri ~ In quelle trine morbide

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    Italian soprano Lina Cavalieri (1874-1944) / In quelle trine morbide / Manon Lesacut (Puccini) / Recorded: February 24, 1910 --

    Italian operatic soprano Lina Cavalieri (December, 25, 1874-February 7, 1944), known for her great beauty.

    Born Natalina Cavalieri in Viterbo, Latium, Italy, she lost her parents at the age of fifteen and became a ward of the state, sent to live in a Roman Catholic orphanage. The vivacious young girl was extremely unhappy under the strict raising of the nuns, and at the first opportunity she ran away with a touring theatrical group.

    Blessed with a good singing voice, a young Cavalieri made her way to Paris, France, where her stunning good looks opened doors and she obtained work as a singer at one of the city's café-concerts. From there she performed at a variety of music halls and other such venues around Europe while still working to develop her voice for the opera. A soprano, Cavalieri took voice lessons and made her opera debut in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1900, the same year she married her first husband, the Russian Prince Bariatinsky. Eventually she followed in the footsteps of Hariclea Darclée as one of the first stars of Puccini's Tosca. In 1904 she sang at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo then in 1905, at the Sarah Bernhardt Theatre in Paris, Cavalieri starred opposite Enrico Caruso in the Umberto Giordano opera, Fedora. From there, she and Caruso took the show to New York City, debuting with it at the Metropolitan Opera on December 5, 1906.

    Cavalieri remained with the Metropolitan Opera for the next two seasons performing again with Caruso in 1907 in Puccini's Manon Lescaut. Renowned as much for her great beauty as for her singing voice, she became one of the most photographed stars of her time. Frequently referred to as the world's most beautiful woman, she was part of the tightlacing tradition that saw women use corsetry to create an hour-glass figure. During the 19091910 season she sang with Oscar Hammerstein's Manhattan Opera Company. Her first marriage long over, she had a whirlwind romance and marriage with Robert Winthrop Chanler (1872-1930), a member of New York's prominent Astor family. However, this marriage lasted only a very short time (1) and Cavalieri returned to Europe where she became a much-loved star in pre-Revolutionary St. Petersburg, Russia, and in the Ukraine.

    During her career, Cavalieri sang with other opera greats such as the Italian baritone Titta Ruffo and the French tenor Lucien Muratore, whom she married in 1913. After retiring from the stage, Cavalieri ran a cosmetic salon in Paris. In 1914, on the eve of her fortieth birthday — her beauty still spectacular — she wrote an advice column on make-up for women in Femina magazine and published a book, My Secrets of Beauty. In 1915, she returned to her native Italy to make motion pictures. When that country became involved in World War I, she went to the United States where she made four more silent films. The last three of her films were the product of her friend, the Belgian film director Edward José.

    Married for the fourth time to Paolo d'Arvanni, Cavalieri returned to live with her husband in Italy. Well into her sixties when World War II broke out, she nevertheless worked as a volunteer nurse. Cavalieri was killed in 1944 during an Allied bombing raid that destroyed her home in the outskirts of Florence.

    La Cavalieri's discography is slim. In 1910, for Columbia, she recorded arias from Faust, Carmen, Mefistofele, La bohème, Manon Lescaut and Tosca, as well as the song, Maria, Marì! (Ah! Marì! Ah! Marì!). In 1917, for Pathé, the soprano recorded Le rêve passé, with Muratore.

    She was painted by the Italian artist Giovanni Boldini (acquired by Maurice Rothschild) and by the Swiss-born American artist Adolfo Müller-Ury (1862-1947). The latter is now the property of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, the gift of Nicholas Meredith Turner in memory of his wife the soprano Jessica Dragonette. Hers is the face that appears repeatedly, obsessively in Piero Fornasetti's designs.

    In 1955, Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida portrayed Cavalieri in the film The World's Most Beautiful Woman. In 2004, a book was published authored by Paul Fryer and Olga Usova titled Lina Cavalieri -The Life of Operas Greatest Beauty, 18741944. (wikipedia)

    (1) During her brief marriage, Cavalieri, so the story goes, managed to cajole Chanler out of his entire considerable fortune. Chanler's brother, committed to a mental institution in Virginia, sent a short and highly publicized telegram reading Who's looney now? (NYT)

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  • 1571 - Musique épique

    4:35

    © Olivier Kiener (musique et illustration)
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  • Greek Byzantine orthodox chant: Agni Parthene/ Αγνή Παρθένε

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    Agni Parthene rendered O Virgin Pure, is a Greek Marian hymn composed by St. Nectarios of Aegina in the late 19th century, first published in print in his Theotokarion.
    In Orthodox churches, it is considered paraliturgical, and therefore only to be used outside of liturgical services. Though it is often performed by some choirs as a recessional after the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy during the veneration of the cross and receiving of anti-doron.
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    this chant was performed by Petros Gaitanos/ Πέτρος Γαϊτάνος
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    Text in Greek:
    Αγνή Παρθένε
    Αγνή Παρθένε Δέσποινα, Άχραντε Θεοτόκε,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Παρθένε Μήτηρ Άνασσα, Πανένδροσέ τε πόκε.
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Υψηλοτέρα Ουρανών, ακτίνων λαμπροτέρα
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Χαρά παρθενικών χορών, αγγέλων υπερτέρα,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Εκλαμπροτέρα ουρανών φωτός καθαροτέρα,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Των Ουρανίων στρατιών πασών αγιωτέρα
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Μαρία Αειπάρθενε κόσμου παντός Κυρία
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Άχραντε Νύμφη Πάναγνε Δέσποινα Παναγία,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Μαρία Νύμφη Άνασσα, χαράς ημών αιτία.
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Κορή σεμνή Βασίλισσα, Μήτηρ υπεραγία,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Τιμιώτερα Χερουβείμ υπερενδοξοτέρα
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Των ασωμάτων Σεραφείμ των Θρόνων υπερτέρα,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Χαίρε το άσμα Χερουβείμ χαίρε ύμνος Αγγέλων
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Χαίρε ωδή των Σεραφείμ Χαρά των Αρχαγγέλων
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Χαίρε ειρήνη και χαρά λιμήν της σωτηρίας
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Παστάς του Λόγου ιερά άνθος της αφθαρσίας
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Χαίρε Παράδεισε τρυφής, ζωής τε αιωνίας,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Χαίρε το ξύλον της ζωής, πηγή αθανασίας,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Σε ικετεύω Δέσποινα, Σε, νυν, επικαλούμαι,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Σε δυσωπώ Παντάνασσα, Σην χάριν εξαιτούμαι.
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Κορή σεμνή και άσπιλε, Δεσποίνα Παναγία
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Θερμώς επικαλούμαι Σε, Ναέ ηγιασμένε,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Αντιλαβού μου, ρύσαι με, από τού πολεμίου,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.
    Και κλήρονομον δείξον με, ζωής της αιωνίου,
    Χαίρε Νύμφη Ανύμφευτε.

  • Inez Carsauw in Moscow with Ortodox choir led by Roman Imamutdinov

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    Nynie otpuschaeshi by G.M. Davidovsky
    Magnificat by A. Frunza

    Moscow,
    April 2015

  • Adeste fideles :Jubilate Deo

    2:41

    christmas concert in the church of Saint Ladislau in Oradea

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  • Romanian Byzantine Chant-St Gregory Palamas-Stihovana

    3:12

    Saint Gregory Palamas (Γρηγόριος Παλαμάς) (1296 - 1359) was a monk of Mount Athos in Greece and later the Archbishop of Thessalonica known as a preeminent theologian of Hesychasm. He is venerated as a Saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church, as well as the Roman Catholic and Eastern Catholic Churches. Some of his writings are collected in the Philokalia. The second Sunday of the Great Lent is called the Sunday of Gregory Palamas in those Churches that commemorate him according to the Byzantine Rite. He also has a feast day on November 14.

  • Lange acclama, Ingerul a strigat - Varlaam Protosinghelul

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    Romanian Christian Orthodox Liturgical Hymn composed by Varlaam Protosinghelul. Performed by Carmina Romana mixed choir at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). The event took place on the 21st of November 2010 in the church St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and of Ars Identitatis cultural association.

  • Georg Friedrich Händel - Passacaglia in g-moll

    4:00

    Recorded at Saint Anthony of Padua Roman-Catholic church from Dej, Romania.

    Organist: Töttösy Norbert
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  • Kájoni-kódex Lepus intra sata quiescit. Festival Fortetsya Ung , 24-09-2019, Uzhhorod

    3:02

    Johannes Caioni (Ion Căian or Căianu in Romanian or Kájoni János in Hungarian; 8 March 1629 – 25 April 1687) was a Transylvanian Franciscan friar and Roman Catholic priest, musician, folklorist, humanist, constructor and repairer of organs of Romanian origin (according to his own testimony, Natus valachus sum - I was born a Vlach).
    Oksana Shcherbata - soprano
    Hanna Dankanych -soprano
    Per Mattson - baroque violin
    Ute Goedecke - recorder
    Tetyana Tregub - cembalo
    Stepan Tykhonenko - renaissanse lute
    Larisa Shuvalova - viol da gamba

    Lepus intra sata

    Lepus intrasata quiescit,
    Et quisquam venatorum nescit
    Intra dumeta vagantur
    clangunt, et vociferantur
    Hullala.

    Sagaces e loris solverunt,
    Sequi praedam quemque jusserunt
    Currunt, latrant hauft hauft hauft tonat
    Echo muta Sylva sonat
    Horrida

    Contra me Canes cur latratis ?
    Forsan me Leonem putatis ?
    Consternor gravi pavore,
    Cum cadit Leui fragore
    Solium.

    Fugio nec tantum exulto,
    La la clamant neque ausculto :
    Quod si canum premor ore,
    Nihil ago præ horrore,
    Sed Salto


    Venator à longe me iuvet,
    Cepi prædam inquit et ridet :
    Quod fi propinquem dumeto
    Densos statim Saltus peto,
    Sum liber.

    Procul a me estote aulæ,
    Rusticor abstent et caulæ :
    Agam posthac Eremitam,
    Solitariamque vitam,
    In Sylvis.

    Nunc quod fugiendo amisi,
    Vobis colligendum permisi :
    Predam bonam amisistis,
    Signa Leporis rudistis,
    Colligite

  • CHURCH OF THE MONTH - ORADEA - ROMANIA - by Carmen Ioana Sabou - 2017

    1:29

  • Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater - X.Fac Ut Portem Christi Mortem

    3:38

    Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater - X.Fac Ut Portem Christi Mortem (Mezzosopran)

    Conductor: Andreas Schein
    Silvia Antemia - Mezzosoprano
    Orchestra Musica Sacra Temeswar

    Recorded at Roman-Catholic Church Elisabetin in Temeswar, Romania. April 6th, 2019.

  • TEODORA CIUCUR sings Ave Maria by Bach-Gounod

    3:08

    BACH-GOUNOD's Ave Maria, soloist TEODORA CIUCUR, Chorus & Orchestra of The Roman Catholic Cathedral of Timisoara, Romania. Conductor WALTER KINDL

  • Good Friday Reproaches

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    Traditional Chant Adapted to The Text Given in the 2010 English Edition of the Roman Missal by Bruce E. Ford 2012



    Sung by The Branches members Anna & Peter

  • Louis Lewandowski interludes in C Major and G Major for Organ

    5:34

    Louis Lewandowski was a great composer of the synagogal liturgy music. He also composed organ music like the Festive preludes op. 37.

    Adrian-Irinel Aciobanitei Organ

    Viscount Organ of the Roman-Catholic Church Adjudeni Romania.

  • BAJAN PIED PIPER * Veni Emmanuel - Solo Pan Flute - shortened 3.82

    3:52

    This is a shortened version, the result of my experimenting with inserting pictures ... Didn't get it exactly right - at least not to my complete satisfaction - - - but - - - one day!

    I did this solo Pan Pipe version to demonstrate certain techniques to my students who work with my how to play pan flute videos here on YouTube.

    To my students: Notice the legato attack, syncopated phrasing, silences, bent notes and a bit of improvisation. THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH FOR YOUR MAIL AND COMMENTS and I'm happy to know my videos are helping you to perfect your playing.

    But I also chose to play Veni, Emmanuel ~ (O Come, Emmanuel) because it is one of the oldest Latin Advent hymns in the style of Gregorian chant... and I love Gregorian chant! Do you?

    The original is based on the ninth-century O Antiphons used at daily prayer in the evenings of the last days of Advent in various liturgical Christian traditions.

    This is for the erudite ! ! ~

    An antiphon is a response, usually sung in Gregorian chant, to a psalm or some other part of a religious service, such as at Vespers or at a Mass. This meaning gave rise to the antiphony style of singing called call and response which, by the way, is a standard prescription in Blues.

    A piece of music which is performed by two semi-independent choirs interacting with one another, often singing alternate musical phrases, is known as antiphonal. In particular, antiphonal psalmody is the singing or musical playing of psalms by alternating groups of performers. The peculiar mirror structure of the Hebrew psalms renders it probable that the antiphonal method originated in the services of the ancient Israelites.

    According to the historian Socrates, its introduction into Christian worship was due to Ignatius of Antioch (died 107), who in a vision had seen the angels singing in alternate choirs. In the Latin Church it was not practiced until more than two centuries later, when it was introduced by Ambrose, bishop of Milan, who compiled an antiphonary, or collection of works suitable for antiphonal singing (also known as an antiphonal). The antiphonary still in use in the Roman Catholic Church was compiled by Gregory the Great (590).

    Antiphony is particularly common in the Anglican musical tradition, where the choir divides into two equal halves on opposite sides of the quire as Decani and Cantoris.

    Antiphons are also used as an integral part of the worship in the Greek Orthodox Church and the Eastern Catholic churches.

  • Dumitru Gheorghiu - Ave Maria

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    Ave Maria, sau Ellens dritter Gesang (Al treilea cântec al Elenei) a fost compus de Franz Schubert în 1825 ce face parte din Opus 52, un ansamblu de 7 cântece ce reprezintă versiunea muzicală a textelor traduse din poemul ''The Lady of the Lake'' de Walter Scott.

    A devenit una din cele mai populare lucrări ale lui Schubert, reprodusă de un număr foarte mare de cântăreţi sub titlul Ave Maria, însoţită de diferite texte care de obicei diferă de textul original al poemului, cel mai adesea textul fiind chiar rugăciunea Ave Maria.


    Ellens dritter Gesang (Ellen's Third Song), was composed by Franz Schubert in 1825 as part of his Opus 52, a setting of seven songs from Walter Scott's popular epic poem The Lady of the Lake, loosely translated into German.

    It has become one of Schubert's most popular works, recorded by a wide variety and large number of singers, under the title of Ave Maria, in arrangements with various lyrics which commonly differ from the original context of the poem.

  • Sanctus - Chant

    1:26

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  • sacred music of the Carpathian Mountains

    1:36

    recorded live at St. Ann's Byzantine Catholic church=+ Harrisburg Pa.
    performed by the seminary choir from the Blessed Theodore Romzha Theological Academy in Uzhorod, Ukraine.

  • Johann Sebastian Bach - Fantasia Duobus subiectis in g-moll, BWV 917

    4:08

    Recorded at Saint Anthony of Padua Roman-Catholic church from Dej, Romania.

    Organist: Töttösy Norbert
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    Organ stops assistant (Registration): Moldovan Maria, musician, songwriter, musicoterapeute, vlogger
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  • Cantus Domini - Tatal Nostru, Ioan D. Chirescu

    4:01

    Corul Cantus Domini la unul din concertele din cadrul concursului Singing World din Sankt Petersburg, 03.08.2015

    Dirijor: Razvan Constantin Stefan

    Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

  • 30th June, Feast of First Martyrs of the Church of Rome

    2:58

    The First Martyrs of the Church of Rome were Christians Martyred in the city of Rome during Nero’s persecution in 64.
    First Martyrs of the Church of Rome’s Message today: To follow Christ means to suffer, we need to remain farm and deeply rooted in our Christian faith. Lord increase our Faith.

  • 「Romanian Gypsy Medley」Otoji+Ray+Takseema / Tokyo Romany

    4:59

    Otoji(Bass) +Ray(violin.vo.) + Takseema(Darbuka )
    「Din Dobrogea」「Turceasca」「Tutti frutti」@Zushi Beach Film Festival Japan 5th May '19

  • Sacred Music of the Carpathian Mountains

    58

    recorded at St Ann's Byzantine Catholic church - Harrisburg Pa.
    performed by the seminary choir from the Blessed Theodore Romzha Theological Academy in Uzhorod, Ukraine.

  • music in a Roman church

    50

  • #Sayang2 Romania #music

    5:07

  • LISZT Ferenc - Ave Maria, S. 20

    6:37

    LISZT Ferenc - Ave Maria, S. 20 (NAGY István, Organ)
    Recorded live on the historic Országh Antal organ in Holy Spirit roman catholic church in Nagyvárad/Oradea, Romania

  • Stefan Ruha István

    29:14

    Carei-Nagykároly-Grosskarol (Romania)

  • Carol Roman - Remembrance

    6:07

    Composition by American Composer, Carol Roman.
    Remembrance is about two key ideas: (1) We must always remember, and (2) Israel must always survive.
    The piece is not focused on sadness, but rather, upon strength. It is not about despair, but rather about hope, determination and immense courage. Remembrance ends with the Shema as the symbol of eternal life.
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  • Carmina Romana_Antifon 2 Unule Nascut, Nicolae Lungu.avi

    4:45

    Hymn from the Romanian Christian Orthodox Liturgy, music by Nicolae Lungu (1900-1993). Sung by Carmina Romana mixed choir at the common (Romanian Orthodox and Roman Catholic) cultural celebration of the Liturgical feast The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple). The event took place on 21st of November 2010 in Eglise St Sulpice, Paris and is one of the cultural projects of Carmina Romana choir and Ars Identitatis cultural association.

  • Credo In Unum Deum

    4:35

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Credo In Unum Deum · Chór Laudate Dominum

    Hymns and Songs Of The Roman Catholic Church (Gregorian Chant)

    ℗ 2019 Appia

    Released on: 2017-02-06

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Morning has broken - Cat Stevens - accordion

    3:12

    A „Morning has broken mint vallásos, katolikus himnusz jött létre. A dal Cat Stevens révén lett ismertebb 1971-től és leginkább az ő nevéhez kötődik. MIDI harmonikával játszom, a dallam Cmol-ban van, de a 3 versszaknál Dmol-ba megy át.
    **
    Morning Has Broken is a popular and well-known Christian hymn first published in 1931. It has words by English author Eleanor Farjeon and is set to a traditional Gaelic tune known as Bunessan.
    Before Farjeon's words, the tune was used as a Christmas carol, which began Child in the manger, Infant of Mary, translated from the Scottish Gaelic lyrics written by Mary MacDonald. The English-language Roman Catholic hymnal also uses the tune for the Charles Stanford hymns Christ Be Beside Me and This Day God Gives Me, both of which were adapted from the traditional Irish hymn St. Patrick's Breastplate..It is often sung in children's services.
    **English pop musician and folk singer Cat Stevens included a version on his 1971 album Teaser and the Firecat. The song became identified with Stevens. ****I'm playing this slow waltz on midi accordion; the key signature is Cminor, which changes to Dminor at the third verse.

  • The Great Entrance

    50

    The Great Entrance following the Cherubic Hymn (Cherubikon) from the Ruthenian Catholic Byzantine Divine Liturgy, Feast of St. Josaphat, 2008, at Mount St. Mary's Seminary, Emmitsburg MD.

    [I was in the Byzantine schola, and one of my classmates put his mp3 recorder on the ledge of the choir loft. This is what resulted.]

    -uploaded in HD at

  • Twisting The Night Away Roman Szczepaniak Sax sopran

    2:20

    Nowy Rok – międzynarodowe święto przypadające 1 stycznia każdego roku (w kalendarzu gregoriańskim), w Polsce jest to dzień wolny od pracy. W powszechnie przyjętym zwyczaju obchodzenie święta należy rozpocząć od otworzenia butelki szampana o północy z dnia 31 grudnia na 1 stycznia następnego roku. Dzień poprzedzający Nowy Rok nosi w polskiej tradycji miano sylwestra od imienia świętego, który wspominany jest w tym dniu w liturgii w Kościele rzymskokatolickim − św. Sylwester papież .
    Reżyseria i montaż tego pięknego wideo zrobil Adam ( nabuccofull ):
    Dziękuję Adam drogi Przyjacielu za zrobienie tego supr filmiku .
    Muzyka - Roman Szczepaniak saxophon sopran .

    New Year - international holiday falling on January 1 each year (in the Gregorian calendar), in Poland it is a day off work. In the generally accepted custom, the celebration of the feast should begin with the opening of a bottle of champagne at midnight on December 31st to January 1 of the following year. The day preceding the New Year is in the Polish tradition called the New Year's Eve from the name of the saint, who is mentioned on this day in the liturgy in the Roman Catholic Church - Saint. New Year's Eve, Pope.
    The directing and editing of this beautiful video was done by Adam (nabuccofull):
    Thank you, Adam, dear Friend, for making this supr movie.
    Music - Roman Szczepaniak saxophon soprano.

  • 161 de ani de la Unirea Principatelor Române

    4:59

  • Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Sonata per il organo solo in F-Dur

    13:21

    Recorded at Saint Anthony of Padua Roman-Catholic church from Dej, Romania.

    Organist: Töttösy Norbert
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    Organ stops assistant (Registration): Moldovan Maria, musician, songwriter, musicoterapeute, vlogger
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