Audio Recording Month of Koiak

Month of Koiak
[ Introduction in Arabic ]

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[ First Bohairic interpretation ]
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[ Another Bohairic interpretation ]
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[ First iterative interpretation - Moakkab ]
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[ First Egyptian interpretation ]
Month of Koiak
[ First Sahidic interpretation ]
Month of Koiak
[ Aretenthonti ]
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[ Aretenthonti - Mikhail ]
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[ Shirat ]
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[ Shirat - Mikhail ]
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[ Introduction exposition ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown performance by Cantor Mikhail ]
Month of Koiak
[ Doxasthi - unknown ]
Month of Koiak
[ Alleluia - unknown performance by Cantor Mikhail ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown performance by Cantor Mikhail ]
Month of Koiak
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Month of Koiak
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Month of Koiak
[ Khen oushot afshot ]
Month of Koiak
[ Tishep ehmot entotf ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown title [Enouonth hen] ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown title [Ao aretenevro] ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown title [Iemper eprovshov] ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown title [Otian Abraham] ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown title [Ei esmou] ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown title [Tou hin epshois] ]
Month of Koiak
[ Ke ghar aishansaji - first doxology ]
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[ Erepsolsel entiparthenos - second doxology ]
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[ Anok khapigof enrefernovi dunno ]
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[ Psalm 150 at end of fourth Hoos ]
Month of Koiak
[ Cemoti ]
Month of Koiak
[ First interpretation for Cemoti ]
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[ Gospel - Luke 1: 46-50 ]
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[ Teoi enhikanos - great ]
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[ Teoi enhikanos continued - entho ghar alithos ]
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[ Unknown performance by Cantor Mikhail ]
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[ Evol hiten ]
Month of Koiak
[ Unknown ]
Month of Koiak
[ Introduction - liturgy hymns and responses and Tentiho erok - unknown ]
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[ Hitenis ]
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[ Shere Gabriel ]
Month of Koiak
[ Pashois ]
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[ Psalm alleluia ]
Month of Koiak
[ Psalm - Sotem tasheri ]
Month of Koiak
[ Psalm - Je apioro ]
Month of Koiak
[ A epshois orp enghabriel ]
Month of Koiak
[ Gospel reponse for first and second weeks - Tenti nem empishertismos ]
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[ Gospel response for third and fourth weeks - Tenchisi emmo ]
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[ Elisabet asmisi enoshiri ]
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[ Aspasmos Adam for first week of Kiahk - Zakharias pioib ]
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[ Aspasmos watos - Ghabriel piangelos ]
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[ Psalm 150 for communion - Alleluia ]
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[ Psalm 150 - Ke nen ke ai ]
Month of Koiak
[ Je efesmarout ]
Month of Koiak
[ Efempsha ghar ]
Month of Koiak
[ Afgosht enje efnouti ]
Month of Koiak
[ Marenouonh evol ]
Month of Koiak
[ Concluding remarks ]

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Title
Month of Koiak
Contributor Names
Moftah, Ragheb -- 1898-2001 (compiler)
Created / Published
[High Institute of Coptic Studies], [Cairo].
Notes
-  Texts for some items can be found at : http://tasbeha.org/mp3/Hymns/Fasts/Nativity/Higher_Institute_of_Coptic_Studies.html External (General)
Form
sound recording
Extent
7 sound cassettes : 420 min.
Repository
Recorded Sound Section
LC Classification
RYL 4012-4018
Online Format
audio
Description
sound recording | 7 sound cassettes : 420 min. | Texts for some items can be found at : http://tasbeha.org/mp3/Hymns/Fasts/Nativity/Higher_Institute_of_Coptic_Studies.html External (General). Sound Recording (Form).
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