Divine liturgy of St. Basil with its hymns
John E. Gillespie collection of Coptic mass recordings - Coptic liturgy of St. Basil as recorded by the Coptic Institute of Studies in 1967 under the direction of Ragheb Moftah sound recording | 8 sound tape reels: analog, 15 ips, mono.; 10-inch | Congregation Responses: The Institute of Coptic Studies Choir (Performers). Deacon Responses: Sadiq Attallah (Performers). Priests: Father Marcus Girgis of Matai, Father ...
Girgis, Father Marcus of Matai - Attalah, Sadiq - Gillespie, John E. - Moftah, Ragheb - As-Suryani, Father Shenouda [His Holiness Pope Shenouda Iii] - Father Gregoriuos - Aziz, Father Ibrahim - Institute of Coptic Studies Choir - Coptic Church
Coptic Orthodox Liturgical Chant and Hymnody
With its roots in Ancient Egyptian music, Coptic Christian chant is one of the oldest liturgical genres still performed today. Drawing on the Ragheb Moftah Collection, this presentation explores some of the earliest music transcriptions by explorers, missionaries, and scholars in Egypt, highlighting Moftah's efforts to notate, record, and preserve all Coptic Orthodox hymns. Learn more about current scholarship and what is happening in ...
Wilson, Marian Robertson - Moftah, Raghe
The holy liturgy of St. Basil the great
sound recording | 6 cassettes : 6 hrs. | Most tracks also found at http://tasbeha.org/mp3/Divine_Liturgies/Higher_Institute_of_Coptic_Studies,_Liturgy_of_St._Basil_in_Coptic_1971.html (Additional Form). Sound Recording (Form).