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Menaion (Feast Days)
Triodion and Pentecostarion

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+ Days highlighted in green are major feast days. Their apolytikia and kontakia are ready now. Music for the other troparia (doxastica, idiomela, etc.) on these days might be ready by August of 2009.

+ Days highlighted in blue are minor feast days. Their apolytikia are ready now. Music for other troparia on these days might be ready in 2010.

+ Days not highlighted are minor days without doxastica. Their apolytikia are ready now.

 
 
September
 
 
October
 
 
November
 
 
December
 
 
January
 
 
February
 
 
March
 
 
April
 
 
May
 
 
June
 
 
July
 
 
 August
    1 - Procession of the Cross; Seven Holy Maccabees
    2 - Translation of the Relics of St. Stephen the Archdeacon
    3 - Sts. Isaacius, Dalmatus, and Faustus
    4 - Seven Youths of Ephesus
    5 - Forefeast of the Transfiguration
    5 - St. Eusignius
    5 - St. Oswald
    5 - St. John the Romanian of Hozeva
    6 - The Transfiguration of Christ
    7 - St. Dometius
    8 - St. Emilian the Confessor, Bishop of Cyzicus
    9 - Apostle Matthias
    10 - Laurence, Archdeacon of Rome
    11 - St. Euplus the Deacon
    12 - Sts. Photius and Anicetus
    13 - St. Maximus the Confessor
    13 - St. Tikhon of Zadonsk
    14 - Forefeast of the Dormition of the Theotokos
    14 - Prophet Michaias (Micah)
    15 - The Dormition of the Theotokos
    16 - The Holy Napkin
    17 - St. Myron
    18 - Sts. Florus and Laurus
    19 - St. Andrew the Commander
    20 - Prophet Samuel
    21 - Apostle Thaddeus
    21 - Sts. Bassa, Theognis, Agapius, and Pistus
    22 - Synaxis of the Icon of the Mother of God of Prusa
    23 - Sts. Agathonicus and Lupus
    23 - St. Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons
    24 - St. Eutyches, Disciple of St. John the Theologian
    24 - Translation of the Relics of St. Peter, Metropolitan of Moscow
    24 - St. Cosmas of Aetolia
    25 - Apostles Bartholomew and Titus
    26 - Meeting of the Icon of the Mother of God of Vladimir
    26 - Sts. Adrian and Natalie
    27 - St. Phanurius
    27 - St. Pimen
    28 - St. Moses the Ethiopian
    28 - Synaxis of the Fathers of the Far Caves in Kiev
    28 - St. Job of Pochaev
    28 - St. Susanna, Queen of Georgia
    29 - The Beheading of St. John the Forerunner
    30 - Sts. Alexander, John, and Paul, Archbishops of Constantinople
    30 - Synaxis of the Hierarchs of Serbia
    30 - Synaxis of the New Martyrs of Serbia
    31 - Deposition of the Sash of the Theotokos
    31 - St. Cyprian of Carthage
 
 
Weekday Theotokia
 
 
Additional Troparia

 

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The translation used for these Menaion hymns is copyrighted by the Holy Transfiguration Monastery in Brookline and is used with their permission. We chose their translation because many people throughout the world hold their liturgical translations in high regard due to their precision, meter, and elegance. While the music is copyright St. Anthony’s Monastery, the texts are copyright Holy Transfiguration Monastery, and may not be further distributed or used in sound or print publications or otherwise without the prior written permission of Holy Transfiguration Monastery.


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Introduction

 

Prologue by Gregorios Stathis

Concerning Adaptation

Concerning Notation

About the Translation

The History of
 Byzantine Chant


Byzantine vs. Western Notation

Guidelines for
 Greek Pronunciation


Epilogue by
 Photios Kontoglou


The Intervals of the Soft  Chromatic Modal Genre

Common Embellishments

The Intonations of the 
 Eight Modes


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