Byzantine Music

Byzantine Music


Enjoy authentic Byzantine Chanting from Mount Athos Monks.

Over three hours of audio for some of the most well know Saints in The Greek Orthodox Church. “50 Hymns” are included as well as major feast day hymn of Epiphany, Dormition of Theotokos, Conception of the Theotokos, Holy Protection of The Theotokos, The Exaltation of the Cross and The Nativity of Christ.

Included in this one of a kind App our the full services of the Great Supplication to the Virgin Mary and the Small supplications in there entirety, chanted in absolute splendor by Monks of Mount Athos. Take time to reflect and pray with these monks as they convey their deep spirituality through the hymns they chant, in authentic Greek language and Byzantine music unlike any heard before.

Included:

Great Supplicatory Cannon to The Theotokos (megas paraklitikos kanonas) (Mount Athos Monks)
Small Supplicatory cannon to Virgin Mary (mikros paraklitikos kanonas) (Mount Athos Monks)
Holy Protection (Agia Skepi)
Saint Katherine (Agia Aikaterini)
Saint Alexander (Agios Alexandros)
Saint Kosmas and Damien (Holy unmercenaries) (Agioi Anargiroi)
The Resurrection of Christ. (Anastasi)
Saint Anastasia (Agia Anastasia)
Saint Andrew the first called (Agios Andreas)
Saint Anthony (Agios Antonios)
Saint Arsenios (Agios Arsenios)
Saint Anthanasios (Agios Athanasios)
Saint Barbara (Agia Barbara)
Saint Dimitrios (Agios Dimitrios)
Saint Elftherios Agios Eleftherios)
The Annunciation of The Virgin (Evangelismos)
Saint Fanourios (Agios Fanourios)
Nativity of Theotokos (Gennesion tis Theotokou)
Saint George (Agios Georgios)
Saint Gregory the Theologian (Agios Grigorios)
Saint Joachim and Anna (Agioi Ioakim & Anna)
St. John Climacus (Agios Ioannis tis Klimakos)
Saint John the Baptist (Agios Ioannis o Prodromos)
Saint Irene (Agia Irini)
Entrance of the Theotokos (Isodia tis Theotokou)
Dormition of the Theodotkos (kimisis tis Theotokou)
St. Constantine and Helen (Agios Konstantionos & Agia Elhni)
Saint Luke (Agios Loukas)
Saint Mary of Egypt (Osia Maria Egiptia)
Saint Markos (Agios Markos)
Holy Apostle Mathew (Apostolos Matheos)
Saint Nektarios of Aigina (Agios Nektrarios)
Saint Nestoras (Agios Nestoras)
Saint Nikolaos (Agios Nikolaos)
The Bridegroom (O Nimfios)
Saint Pantelimon (Agios Panteleimon)
Saint Paraskevi (Agia Paraskevi)
Saint Peter and Paul the Holy Apostles (Apostoli Petros & Pavlos)
Saint Romanos Melodist (Agios Romanos)
Conception of Saint Anna (Silipsi tis Agias Annas)
Saint simeon (Agios Simenon)
Saints Sophia, and her 3 Daughters Pisti, Agapi, Elpida (Agies Sofia, Pisti, Agapi, Elpida)
Agios Efstathios (Agios Efstathios)
Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Ipsosis tou Stavrou)
Saint Stillianos (Agios Stilianos)
Saint Theodosios (Agios Theodosios)
Epiphany (Theofania)
Saint Theodore (Agios Theodoros)
Three Hierarchs (Tris Ierarxes)
Saint Vasillios (Agios Basilios)
Saint Christoforos (Agios Xristoforos)
The Nativity of Christ (Gennisis tou Xristou)
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About Byzantine Music
Enjoy authentic Byzantine Chanting from Mount Athos Monks.

Over three hours of audio for some of the most well know Saints in The Greek Orthodox Church. “50 Hymns” are included as well as major feast day hymn of Epiphany, Dormition of Theotokos, Conception of the Theotokos, Holy Protection of The Theotokos, The Exaltation of the Cross and The Nativity of Christ.

Included in this one of a kind App our the full services of the Great Supplication to the Virgin Mary and the Small supplications in there entirety, chanted in absolute splendor by Monks of Mount Athos. Take time to reflect and pray with these monks as they convey their deep spirituality through the hymns they chant, in authentic Greek language and Byzantine music unlike any heard before.

Included:

Great Supplicatory Cannon to The Theotokos (megas paraklitikos kanonas) (Mount Athos Monks)
Small Supplicatory cannon to Virgin Mary (mikros paraklitikos kanonas) (Mount Athos Monks)
Holy Protection (Agia Skepi)
Saint Katherine (Agia Aikaterini)
Saint Alexander (Agios Alexandros)
Saint Kosmas and Damien (Holy unmercenaries) (Agioi Anargiroi)
The Resurrection of Christ. (Anastasi)
Saint Anastasia (Agia Anastasia)
Saint Andrew the first called (Agios Andreas)
Saint Anthony (Agios Antonios)
Saint Arsenios (Agios Arsenios)
Saint Anthanasios (Agios Athanasios)
Saint Barbara (Agia Barbara)
Saint Dimitrios (Agios Dimitrios)
Saint Elftherios Agios Eleftherios)
The Annunciation of The Virgin (Evangelismos)
Saint Fanourios (Agios Fanourios)
Nativity of Theotokos (Gennesion tis Theotokou)
Saint George (Agios Georgios)
Saint Gregory the Theologian (Agios Grigorios)
Saint Joachim and Anna (Agioi Ioakim & Anna)
St. John Climacus (Agios Ioannis tis Klimakos)
Saint John the Baptist (Agios Ioannis o Prodromos)
Saint Irene (Agia Irini)
Entrance of the Theotokos (Isodia tis Theotokou)
Dormition of the Theodotkos (kimisis tis Theotokou)
St. Constantine and Helen (Agios Konstantionos & Agia Elhni)
Saint Luke (Agios Loukas)
Saint Mary of Egypt (Osia Maria Egiptia)
Saint Markos (Agios Markos)
Holy Apostle Mathew (Apostolos Matheos)
Saint Nektarios of Aigina (Agios Nektrarios)
Saint Nestoras (Agios Nestoras)
Saint Nikolaos (Agios Nikolaos)
The Bridegroom (O Nimfios)
Saint Pantelimon (Agios Panteleimon)
Saint Paraskevi (Agia Paraskevi)
Saint Peter and Paul the Holy Apostles (Apostoli Petros & Pavlos)
Saint Romanos Melodist (Agios Romanos)
Conception of Saint Anna (Silipsi tis Agias Annas)
Saint simeon (Agios Simenon)
Saints Sophia, and her 3 Daughters Pisti, Agapi, Elpida (Agies Sofia, Pisti, Agapi, Elpida)
Agios Efstathios (Agios Efstathios)
Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Ipsosis tou Stavrou)
Saint Stillianos (Agios Stilianos)
Saint Theodosios (Agios Theodosios)
Epiphany (Theofania)
Saint Theodore (Agios Theodoros)
Three Hierarchs (Tris Ierarxes)
Saint Vasillios (Agios Basilios)
Saint Christoforos (Agios Xristoforos)
The Nativity of Christ (Gennisis tou Xristou)
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A Google User
Nov 10, 2013
Nice but... It stops when the phone goes on screen saver. It just plays a few minutes or even seconds, of music.
A Google User
Mar 17, 2013
Disappointed It only played a few seconds of a hymn and then stopped
A Google User
Mar 17, 2013
Disappointed It only played a few seconds of a hymn and then stopped