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Since we have topic sticky for Byzantine Music I thought it only fair to set one up for Slavic style music. Feel free to post your recommendations in this topic.
 

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http://biblion.realin.ru/listing/-/audio/

Here is a link from Russia.  It has a lot of albums on it. 

I should add that this site has over 75 different albums, maybe even more than that.
 

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http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/eng/music.html - Chant from the Byzantine Catholic Church in Slovakia
http://www.orthodoxworld.ru/russian/music/Liturgy_full/index.htm - Parts of the Divine Liturgy with MP3 files and (Slavonic) text. My favorites are the first antiphon (1-ый псалом изобразительный) and the third antiphon/the Beatitudes (Блаженны).
 

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wynd said:
http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/eng/music.html - Chant from the Byzantine Catholic Church in Slovakia
http://www.orthodoxworld.ru/russian/music/Liturgy_full/index.htm - Parts of the Divine Liturgy with MP3 files and (Slavonic) text. My favorites are the first antiphon (1-ый псалом изобразительный) and the third antiphon/the Beatitudes (Блаженны).
Just an aside on the www.grkat.nfo.sk/eng/music.html  a fair number of the recordings are in the Slovak language and not Church Slavonic.  Perhaps one of the best sites to hear some Prostipinije.
 

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wynd said:
http://www.orthodoxworld.ru/russian/music/Liturgy_full/index.htm - Parts of the Divine Liturgy with MP3 files and (Slavonic) text. My favorites are the first antiphon (1-ый псалом изобразительный) and the third antiphon/the Beatitudes (Блаженны).
I have to say that this is a rather atypical singing of the Divine Liturgy. It's all-male and "monodia" (unisone, no harmonies). I've never heard it sung that way in Slavic Churches before. If it were not for a peculiar mixture of Old Church Slavonic and vernacular Russian in the text that they are singing, I would never even guess that it's Slavic.
 

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wynd said:
http://www.orthodoxworld.ru/russian/music/Liturgy_full/index.htm - Parts of the Divine Liturgy with MP3 files and (Slavonic) text. My favorites are the first antiphon (1-ый псалом изобразительный) and the third antiphon/the Beatitudes (Блаженны).
Link is dead.  Should be http://www.orthodoxworld.ru/ru/music/Liturgy_full/index.htm now.  :)
 

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Christos Voskrese!

Some typical English language Prostopinije can be found in this youtube video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yR-r53D-KQE

Despite being the king of all chants, there unfortunately aren't a ton of recordings online of it.  One good resource is the Rusyn Heritage Radio Program, the archives of which are online in mp3 format.

http://www.carpathorusynsociety.org/RadioPgm/rhrp.html

The last Easter show has a good deal of chant in Slavonic.
 

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Open the link I posted above, go to "Alexander Govorov's Choir," and click on  "Lord, by Thy strength... By Bortnyanskiy." I absolutely love it. To me, that's an epitome of Eastern Slavic church music, a brilliant piece of the 18-th century Ukrainian Rococo, the culture that gave the world St. Paisius Velichkovsky, St. John of Tobol'sk (the great-great-...great-uncle of St. John Maksymovych), and many others... And it's a Paschal hymn, too.
 

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I split off the tangent about people's personal preferences. Please keep this topic to posting of resources only. If you wish to discuss these items please create a new thread.

http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php/topic,15791.0.html

p.s. sorry for the misspell of Critique, I will fix it eventually.

-Arimethea
 

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Some of my favorites:
http://www.serbianorthodoxchurch.net/cgi-bin/getpage.cgi?action=getpage&page=music

http://www.sv-luka.org/chants/indexmedch.html

http://www.sv-luka.org/chants/index.html
 

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Entire CDs with Orthodox music (mostly Russian) in mp3 format can be downloaded at:

http://community.livejournal.com/orthodox_music/

Another Russian mega-site is: http://www.predanie.ru/

Here those who understand Russian may find, besides music, loads of audiobooks with the works of Russian fathers, conferences by Russian elders and professors (including one on Church Slavonic; courses by Fr. Alexander Men), the Bible in Russian, the Gospels and the Psalter chanted in Slavonic, morning and evening prayers etc. etc.

   
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0yhx4_sfbc

I don't think that all the chants in this video are Slavonic.  However, I am pretty sure it starts off with a Slavonic chant, so I am putting it here.  The chants and hymns were so gorgeous, I just had to put them somewhere.  :)
 

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username! said:
http://www.jonathan.org.ua/music.htm

This a website that has some sheet music.
This is the source for the Cherubic hymn I linked to above.
 

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REMINDER - Only post links and description of links in this thread. If you wish to discuss the content of any of the links please start a new topic. If you violate this you may be subject to moderation.

-Arimethea, Liturgy Section Moderator
 

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Several traditional Rusyn Lenten hymns and Slavic Choral arrangements from St. Michael's Choir in Binghamton, NY are now available online on the ACROD website, along with several excerpts from the Pre-Sanctified Liturgy in Rusyn plainchant/prostopenije.
http://www.acrod.org/multimedia/audio/liturgicalmusic/pchymns-lent
 

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Here are a few links to some traditional Rusyn Lenten services and melodies from St. Michael's ACROD in Binghamton, NY. This is our first Great Lent since the repose of our long-time, beloved pastor Father Stephen, last year during bright week at the age of 92. He led the responses on these clips and his voice is missed and rings out clearly in these excerpts from April of 2009. Eternal Memory! Vicnaja Jemu Pamjat!

from the Presanctified Liturgy:

Let my Prayer/Da Ispravitsja: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anked8yyTAU

(To show the musical continuity with the old world, this next clip is from the Greek Catholic church in Kuzmice, Slovakia (in Slovak): Da Ispravitsa; http://www.youtube.com/user/GrkKuzmice#p/u/23/xaTmvI9YAXU )

Back to the United States:

The Powers of Heaven: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoZK3D-3FAY
Great Entrance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riUW8muek3g
Our Father http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRpurc0uxoY

Beneath Your Cross: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MskEL-MT_-I
 
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Does anybody know where the music to this may be had?  It is the Eis polla that is sung at the Hierarchical Liturgy during the censing after the Lesser Entrance.  Thank you so much.

In Christ,
Michael
 

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A Znamenny hymn for the Nativity:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMQldP-yOj0
 

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Michał Kalina said:
Christos Voskres! Thank you Michal! I think that your post and the links that I have given below demonstrate that the beauty of Liturgical music is not lost when translated from Slavonic to the vernacular.

I wish that I could find an Orthodox link to liturgical hymns in the Slovak language, these are from the Greek Catholic Eparchy in Presov and they are well done.

Perhaps some other Slavic traditions might be able to post similar links as well.

Beatitudes: http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/zbors03.mp3
Save O Lord Your People  http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/chrys-svb-06.mp3
Your Resurrection from the Paschal Matins Kievan Chant: http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/sl07.mp3
Your Resurrection from the Paschal Matins Carpathian Chant: http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/chrys-svb-28.mp3
God is With us? S'name Boh! http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/sl18.mp3
Vesperal Tone 5  Carpathian Chant  http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/sl18.mp3
Troparion Tone 2 http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/chrys205.mp3
Troparion Tone 8 http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/trop8hl.mp3
We Have Found the True Light  http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/chrys220.mp3
Akathist to the Theotokas Third Kondak  http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/chrysakat3.mp3

finally and appropriately:
Tropar of SS Cyril and Methodius  http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/hudba/chrys227.mp3
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83p-Avn91Dg&feature=results_video&playnext=1&list=PLBDD06D2864F54F1D

Even though the Nativity Fast draws nigh, I've been listening to the Troparia of the Bridegroom from Holy Week. Anybody a fan of Basso Profondo?
 
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