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  • Cherubic Hymn - Χερουβικόν - Plagal 2nd Tone (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by Byzantine Master and Professor of Byzantine Music Mr. George Papanikolaos from Samos, Greece. Cherubic Hymn: Plagal of 2nd tone, composed by Fokaeus, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Greek Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia." No instruments are used when chanting byzantine music, only the human voice can be used and nothing else.
  • Cherubic Hymn Divine Liturgy with Bishop Tikhon-Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Father Daniel Ressetar's ordination to the priesthood.
  • Georgian Chants - Sacred Cherubic Hymn Cherubic Hymn. BUY AT: Get it here: For more music visit: ---- To find out more about the choir, the album and the music, visit jade-. Album is released on Nov. 18
  • Ize Heruvimi (Cherubic Hymn) Serbian Orthodox Byzantine Chant. Ize Heruvimi (Cherubic Hymn) rec. on 22 September 2007 in Cnaberra. Sung by Baritone and Bass voices: A. Mrakic, M. Carkic and P. Mrakic
  • Cappella Romana sings the Cherubic Hymn by Mikko Sidoroff Fr. Ivan Moody conducts Cappella Romana on Friday, 11 January 2008, at St. Mary's Cathedral, Portland, Oregon, for a sold-out concert of ARCTIC LIGHT: Finnish Orthodox Music.
  • Cherubic Hymn - Χερουβικόν - 2nd Tone (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by Byzantine Master and Professor of Byzantine Music Mr. George Papanikolaos from Samos, Greece. Cherubic Hymn: 2nd tone, composed by Fokaeus, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Greek Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia." No instruments are used when chanting byzantine music, only the human voice can be used and nothing else.
  • Cherubic Hymn Pronunciation The pronunciation in Church Slavonic of the Cherubic Hymn, also known as Izhe Xeruvimy. Let me provide my version of the transliteration into English. Izhe xeruvimy tajno obrazujusche, i Zhivotvorjaschej Trojtse trisvjatuju pesn' pripevajusche, Vsjakoje nyne zhitejskoje otlozhim` popechenije. Amin'. Jako da Tsarja v***` podymem`, angel'skimi nevidimo dorinosima chinmi. Alliluia. Note: the letter "j" is like the German letter "j": Ja = ya. the letter "x" is usually written as "kh." Either way English speakers need an example to know how to say it so listen to the video. "sch" is sometimes written as "shch" but do not be fooled―it is one sound! That is why I choose to use "sch" instead. ` is a hard sign and ' is a soft sign. They are different; you will get the relevant pronunciations from the video. "y" is a very difficult letter to pronounce, please take the time to learn how to pronounce this letter well because if you don't you will sound very unauthentic. That is all! Good luck practicing your Church Slavonic =]
  • Cherubic Hymn sung by the monks of Simonopetra The Cherubic Hymn is sung at the time the priest is preparing to come out for the great entrance. It is the hymn that asks the Holy Spirit and saints to grace us. It ends after the Great Entrance is finished. It also begins the preparation for the Holy Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Cherubic Hymn-Theodoros Vasilikos-Our Home A relaxing video for our home,the universe
  • Cherubic hymn composed by Serbian Composer Mokranjac Stevan Cherubic hymn composed by Serbian composer Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac. The melody is based on Serbian traditional chant of first mode. This melody is considered one of the most beautiful in Serbian choral literature. The explanation of hymn can be found at: and the sheet music can be downloaded from:
  • Cherubic hymn - Χερουβικόν - Cherubim-hymnus - 2nd tone (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by a Byzantine Bulgarian Choir (16 Member) Director: Dimitar Dimitrov Chanted during the Great Entrance of the divine liturgy of the Orthodox Church: "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia."
  • Cherubic Hymn, McKees Rocks, PA (2) McKees Rocks, PA 2006. Cantors sing Slavonic and English version of the Cherubic Hymn, a 1920 choir arrangement possibly by cantor Theodore Ratsin of Wilkes Barre. If you know any of the history of this arrangement, please comment or send email. Thanks, Steve
  • Cherubic Hymn, Holy Angels Byzantine Catholic Church Cherubic hymn in English at Holy Angels Byzantine (Ruthenian) Catholic Church in San Diego, CA
  • Cherubic Hymn - Χερουβικόν - 4th Tone Agia (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by Byzantine Master and Professor of Byzantine Music Mr. George Papanikolaos from Samos, Greece. Cherubic Hymn: 4th tone Agia, composed by Fokaeus, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Greek Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia." No instruments are used when chanting byzantine music, only the human voice can be used and nothing else.
  • Cherubic Hymn (Lvovsky) Cherubic Hymn sung at Liturgy 30Oct2009 (12th Sunday after Pentecost) at Sts. Peter & Paul Russian Orthodox Church (ROCA) in Santa Rosa, CA, along with the Great Entrance. We're not a metropolis, so we don't have such a large choir, but we had a good turnout today. I was just trying out my new media player (Latte Ice). Pictures are from for the Feast of Dormition in Moscow.
  • Heruvimska pesma (Cherubic Hymn) by Russian Bishop Jonathan This is a very simple arrangement, but nevertheless beautiful of Heruvimska pesma (Cherubic hymn) by Russian Bishop Jonathan. Sheet music available: .ua
  • CHERUVIKON - 'The Cherubic Hymn' - Melkite Protopsalt Fouad Harraka This is an ancient Byzantine Christian hymn known as 'The Cherubic Hymn' chanted in the Greek language by Mr Fouad Harraka, Protopsalt of the Melkite Catholic Eparchy in Australia and New Zealand during the Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom for the repose of the soul of the departed servant of God, George Abdel-Massih on the occasion of his six-month memorial on 18 January 2009 at Saint George Melkite Catholic Church in Canberra, Australia. The English translation is: "We who mystically Represent the Cherubim And sing to the Life-Giving-Trinity The Thrice-Holy-Hymn Let us lay aside all earthly cares." (Adapted for Australian use by Archimandrite Clement Hill, Melkite Press, 2000).
  • Byzantine Choir Idimelon - Cherubic Hymn Chanting live in the church of the patriarchate of Alexandria, the day of St Catherine, last November (2008), with the presence of the Patriarch of Alexandria, mr. Theodoros, covered and recorded by the tv channel of Thessaloniki, TV100.
  • Cherubic Hymn HV by Alexander Gretchaninoff The Nova Singers (www.nova.edu/novasingers/) is an all volunteer community choir, singing in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami, Florida. We have performed in Carnegie Hall and the National Cathedral as well as on tour in Italy. This video was captured live at St. Mark's Greek Orthodox church in Boca Raton, FL
  • Cherubic Hymn Cherubic Hymn Greek Orthodox Church Byzantine Ecclesiastical Music Chanting Australia
  • Cherubic Hymn Choral At the 50th anniversary of Ordination to the priesthood of Metropolitan Nicholas, St. John Orthodox Church, Perth Amboy, NJ January 11, 2009 St. John's Choir, George Hanas, Director
  • Cherubic hymn - St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church - St. Nicholas Choir July 13, 2008 - St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church, Barberton, Oh
  • Cherubic Hymn - Xeroubiko - Chanted in English - Plagal 1st Tone Chanted by the MOUNT LEBANON CHOIR Cherubic Hymn: Plagal1st tone, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia."
  • Cherubic Hymn - Χερουβικόν - 3rd Tone (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by Byzantine Master and Professor of Byzantine Music Mr. George Papanikolaos from Samos, Greece. Cherubic Hymn: 3rd tone, composed by Fokaeus, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Greek Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia." No instruments are used when chanting byzantine music, only the human voice can be used and nothing else.
  • Cherubic Hymn - Χερουβικόν - Plagal of 4th Tone (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by Byzantine Master and Professor of Byzantine Music Mr. George Papanikolaos from Samos, Greece. Cherubic Hymn: Plagal of 4th tone, composed by Fokaeus, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Greek Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia." No instruments are used when chanting byzantine music, only the human voice can be used and nothing else.
  • 2moons/dekaron Cherubic nest FinaLBoss!!GoDLYY!! please add "&fmt=18" to the ending of a word of the address. Then, the high- resolution attention is possible.
  • Cherubic Hymn St. Melany Byzantine Catholic Church The Great Entrance of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom.
  • Bortniansky - Cherubic Hymn (No. 7) Glorious rendition of the Cherubic Hymn, with English titles for singing along. I have heard this in English at a parish before, and it was angelic. (Note: the subtitles are not a direct translation of the Slavonic, but an English lyricisation for the original music.)
  • Cherubic Hymn - St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral Choir Greek Festival 2008 This is a setting of the Cherubic Hymn composed by Nicholas Roubanis that the Choir normally sings during the Divine Liturgy.
  • Byzantine chant - Cherubic Hymn (Plagal 4th) Medieval Byzantine Chant of the Divine Liturgy. Title: "Cherubic Hymn in Plagal Fourth Mode" Service: Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom (IN ENGLISH) Composer: Petros Peloponnesios ~ On November 13th the Eastern Rite Churches celebrate the Feast of Saint John Chrysostom. In honour of that feast, I have decided to post a Cherubic Hymn chanted in Plagal 4th Mode, as performed in the great eastern liturgical rite, the Byzantine Rite mass, the Divine Liturgy of our Father among the Saints, Patriarch of Constantinople, John Chrysostom. ~ Credits for pictures go to Sacred Destinations' photostream on flickr, /photos/sacred_destinations/
  • Gregorian Chant - Ave Maria, Aria, Cherubic Hymn, Concerto Gregorian Chant - $1 on on 6/20/09 BUY AT: Amazon link: 99 Perfectly Relaxing Songs Get it here: For more wonderful music visit: To learn more about Gregorian chant: The collection includes Totus Tuus by Henryk Gorecky from the CD, Totus Tuus, an unreleased track for piano by Olivier Messiaen, and compositions by famous classical composers such as Gabriel Faure, Claude Debussy, JS Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Domenico Scarlatti, George Frideric Haendel, Felix Mendelssohn, Franz Schubert, Hildegard von Bingen, sacred music from Peru, Bolivia, Georgia, Greece, Russia, songs by the world famous Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos and the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michaels Abbey in Orange County, California and much more...
  • Cherubic Hymn - Χερουβικόν - 1st Tone (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by Byzantine Master and Professor of Byzantine Music Mr. George Papanikolaos from Samos, Greece. Cherubic Hymn: 1st tone, composed by Phokaeus, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Greek Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia." No instruments are used when chanting byzantine music, only the human voice can be used and nothing else.
  • Smashing Pumpkins - Cherub Rock Director: Kevin Kerslake DP: Kevin Kerslake + Lance Acord Editor: Kevin Kerslake July 1993, San Francisco, CA Want to see more Smashing Pumpkins videos?: Smashing Pumpkins - Cherub Rock
  • Cherubic Hymn, McKees Rocks, PA Another version in Slavonic of the Cherubic Hymn sung at Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic church in McKees Rocks, PA. Based on the melody of a Marian Hymn, " You, O Mary, our dear Lady"
  • Cherubic Hymn #8 Cherubic Hymn #8 by Rachmaninoff as sung by the Lenoir-Rhyne A Cappella Choir 2005 - 2006
  • Cherubic Hymn One of my favorites. St. Michael's Louisville. Our traveling choir.
  • Cherubic Hymn - Χερουβικόν - Plagal of 1st Tone (Byzantine Chant) Chanted by Byzantine Master and Professor of Byzantine Music Mr. George Papanikolaos from Samos, Greece. Cherubic Hymn: Plagal of 1st tone, composed by Hatziathanasiou, which is chanted in the Divine Liturgy of The Greek Orthodox Church during the Great Entrance... "Let us who mystically portray the Cherubim, and chant the thrice-holy hymn unto the life-creating Trinity, lay aside all earthly care, that we may receive the King of all, escorted invisibly by the angelic orders. Alleluia." No instruments are used when chanting byzantine music, only the human voice can be used and nothing else.
  • Orthodox Divine Liturgy Cherubic Hymn Mode1 Cherubic Hymn Mode1chanted by "Romeiko Ensemble" The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom—Mode I represents the complete service in Greek performed by a deacon, a priest and right and left cantors; including all seven chanting elements using compositions from masters of the late Byzantine, Post-Byzantine and the modern Greek
  • Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent Orthodox Cherubic Hymn Cherubic Hymn of of St. James Liturgy sung in Carpatho-Rusyn Chant by Michael Tagge.
  • Theodoros Vassilikos Cherubic Hymn