Church singing. (2005)
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Scene №1 School of Byzantine Singing
Interview with Kostas Photopulos - Protopal of the Church of the Great Martyr Catherine in Athens.
Kostas talks about the peculiarities of Orthodox music, which inherited the traditions of the Byzantine era.
Features of Byzantine music notation.
Classes in the Moscow school of Byzantine singing.
Protopulse Photopulos with singers in the temple.
Scene №2 Traditions of church singing
Portraits depicting the tsarist governors and monks of the Old Russian period.
Features of drawing notes with special symbols - hooks: the znamenny chant.
Recording of the banners: the texts of the psalms with hooks.
Decoding of musical symbols with the name of notes.
Paintings depicting scenes of the life of clergymen.
A drawing depicting a hand with the notes painted on the fingers.
Portraits of Vladimir Monomakh, Yuri Dolgoruky, Ivan the Terrible, Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich and Patriarch Nikon.
The score of the notes of the partec (many-voiced) singing.
Female choir in the Old Believer church.
An interview with Gleb Pechenkin, head of the Church of the Resurrection of the Speaker at the Krutitsy Compound and with the regent of the Choir of the Compound of the Trinity-St.
Sergius Lavra, Vladimir Gorbik, disputes about the sign and partisan singing.
Compound on Krutitsy shaft.
The choir choir performs prayers in the courtyard of the courtyard in the street and in the church.