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  • Performer: Rachmaninov, Sergei
  • Album: Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom
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  • Released: 1978
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Emilia Maximova, soprano Veselina Zorova, contralto Yordan Vidov, tenor Vassil Stoystov, tenor Ivan Petrov, bass Chorus of the Bulgarian Radio Mikhil Milkov (cond.

Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, Op. 31 (Russian: Литургия Иоанна Златоуста), is a musical work by Sergei Rachmaninoff, one of his two major unaccompanied choral works (the other being his All-Night Vigil). The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom is the primary worship service of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Rachmaninoff composed the work in July, 1910 at his summer estate Ivanovka, following his American tour of 1909.

Album · 2011 · 17 Songs. Moscow Chamber Choir, Vladimir Minin, Yuri Kutanin, Alexander Karakuts, Sergei Bajkov & Natalia Gerasimova. 2. Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, Op. 31: II. Glory to the Father and the Only Begotten Son (Live). 3. 31: III. In Thy Kingdom (Live). 4.

Paradise Orchestra - Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom, Op. 41 03:36. Sofia Orthodox Ensemble, Miroslav Popsavov - Liturgy of St. 41: No. 10, We Hymn Thee (Tebe Poem) 03:26. Pavel Chesnokov - Liturgy of St. 42: XVII. Praise the Lord from the Heavens 02:05. Chamber Choir Lege Artis - Liturgy Of St. 31 : Praise the Lord from the Heavens 02:10. Edward Higginbottom, Choir of New College, Oxford, Ben Hulett - Gretchaninov: Liturgy of S. ohn Chrysostom, N., O. 9 - Creed 04:30

Rachmaninov, with his Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom of 1910, was preceded by Tchaikovsky and a few other composers in setting this text, but the idea of an orchestral, polyphonic setting of the liturgy that could be performed outside of a church was still seen as undesirable or even blasphemous by many Orthodox clerics. The work found favor neither with Russian Communists nor with the underground and fervent church, and after World War I it fell into obscurity, to be resurrected only in the 1980s

Liturgy of St John Chrysostom. Литургия святого Иоанна Златоуста ( Liturgiya svyatogo Ioanna Zlatousta ). Composer. Rachmaninoff, Sergei. Opus/Catalogue Number O. Cat.

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Chamber Choir, Chamber Choir, Lege Artis - Liturgy of St. 31 Let Our Mouths Be Filled With Thy Praise 04:03. Chamber Choir, Chamber Choir, Lege Artis, Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов - Liturgy of St. 31 Blessed Be the Name of the Lord 00:52. Chamber Choir, Chamber Choir, Lege Artis, Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов - Concerto for Choir The Grave and Death Could Not Hold the Mother of God 07:53.

Cover artwork: Sanctuary doors showing St John Chrysostom (detail) (Late 14th century). Kastalsky was one of the musicians to whom Rachmaninov looked for advice during the composition of the Liturgy in 1910. Though he in fact quotes no actual chant, the melodic and harmonic style of the whole work is strongly influenced by the aesthetic ideals of Kastalsky, who himself wrote works in ‘chant style’ without actually using a chant melody. Just as important, however, is the influence of Tchaikovsky, whose legal victory over the publication of his own church music had made possible the great awakening of interest in the composition of sacred music in Russia.


A1 Velika Ekteniya
A2 Blagoslovi Doushe Moya, Gospoda
A3 Slava Edinordniy
A4 Vo Tsarstvii Tvoem
A5 Priidite Poklonimsya
B1 Gospodi, Spasi Blagochestiviya I Svyatiy Bozhe
B2 Sougoubaya I Posledouyushtiya Ektenil
B3 Herouvimskaya Pesn
B4 Prositelna Ekteniya I Ottsa I Sina
C1 Verouyu
C2 Milost Mira
C3 Tebe Poem
C4 Dostoyno Est
D1 Otche Nash
D2 I Douhovi Tvoemou I Edin Svyat
D3 Hvalite Gospoda S Nebes
D4 Blagosloven Gryadiy I Videhom Svet Istinniy
D5 Da Ispolnyatsya Ousta Nasha
D6 Boudi Imya Gospodne
D7 Slava Ottsou I Blagochestiveyshago

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  • Recorded At – Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia, Bulgaria


  • Engineer – Mihail Bozheryanov
  • Producer – David Mottley


Sung by the Vocal Ensemble of the Bulgarian Radio conducted by M. Milkov at Alexander Nevski Memorial Cathedral in Sofia.
Recorded in Co production with Balkanton.
Issue is on the Black and White Band Label
Label codes are first the gatefold cover (SLS 5130) then the 2 LP's (ASD 3536 3537)