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Divine liturgy of St. Basil with its hymns
Arabic introduction

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Taishoure

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Hiteni [Prayer of the intercessions]

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catholic epistle

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praxis

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Unknown hymn

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Trisagion

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Gospel reading and conclusion

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Oouniatou [Prayer of the Veil]

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three long litanies [Litany for peace]

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Litany for the fathers

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orthodox creed and response

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Introduction and prayer of reconciliation

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Aspasmos adam hymn

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anaphora

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Aspasmos watos hymn

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Continuation of the anaphora

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institution narrative

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seven short litanies

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Litany of the waters

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commemoration of the saints

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diptych

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Unknown hymn

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Je peniot [Our father]

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Before the confession

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confession

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Psalm 150

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About this Item

Title
Divine liturgy of St. Basil with its hymns
Other Title
St. Basil's liturgy
Saint Basil's liturgy
Coptic liturgy of St. Basil
Coptic liturgy of Saint Basil
John Gillespie duplication project
Contributor Names
Girgis, Father Marcus of Matai (vocalist)
Attalah, Sadiq (vocalist)
Gillespie, John E. (compiler)
Moftah, Ragheb -- 1898-2001 (director)
as-Suryani, Father Shenouda [His Holiness Pope Shenouda III] (vocalist)
Father Gregoriuos (vocalist)
Aziz, Father Ibrahim (vocalist)
Institute of Coptic Studies Choir (vocalist)
Created / Published
[1967].
Notes
-  Congregation Responses: The Institute of Coptic Studies Choir (performers)
-  Deacon Responses: Sadiq Attallah (performers)
-  Priests: Father Marcus Girgis of Matai, Father Shenouda as-Suryani (current Coptic Patriarch, His Holiness Pope Shenouda III) (performers)
-  Priests: Father Gregorius, Father Ibrahim Aziz (performers)
-  The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress (ownership)
Form
sound recording
Extent
8 sound tape reels: analog, 15 ips, mono.; 10-inch
Repository
American Folklife Center
Library of Congress Control Number
2009655441
LC Classification
AFC 1970/037
Language
Coptic
Online Format
audio
Description
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 Shenouda as-Suryani (current Coptic Patriarch, His Holiness Pope Shenouda III) (Performers). Priests: Father Gregorius, Father Ibrahim Aziz (Performers). The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress (Ownership). Sound Recording (Form).
Original Format
sound recording
collection
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https://lccn.loc.gov/2009655441
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Girgis, Father Marcus Of Matai, Sadiq Attalah, John E Gillespie, Ragheb Moftah, Father Shenouda His Holiness Pope Shenouda Iii As-Suryani, Father Gregoriuos, Father Ibrahim Aziz, and Institute Of Coptic Studies Choir. Divine liturgy of St. Basil with its hymns. [1967] Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/2009655441/.

APA citation style:

Girgis, F. M. O. M., Attalah, S., Gillespie, J. E., Moftah, R., As-Suryani, F. S. H. H. P. S. I., Father Gregoriuos [...] Institute Of Coptic Studies Choir. (1967) Divine liturgy of St. Basil with its hymns. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2009655441/.

MLA citation style:

Girgis, Father Marcus Of Matai, et al. Divine liturgy of St. Basil with its hymns. [1967] Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2009655441/>.

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