Some more material, all from Sunday resurrectional material chanted throughout the year (most of which is also done during Bright Week):
Apolytikion. 3rd Mode
Let everything in heaven rejoice, let everything on earth be glad, for the Lord has shown strength with his arm; by death he has trampled on death; he has become the first-born of the dead; from the bowels of Hades he has delivered us; and granted the world his great mercy.
Ypakoï. (in the set for 3rd Mode)
Causing amazement by his appearing, and refreshment by his words the dazzling Angel said the myrrh-bearing women, ‘Why do you seek the living in a grave? He has risen, emptying the graves. Know that the unchanging has changed corruption. Say to God: How fearful are your works! For you have saved the human race.’
5th Vesperal Hymn - 4th Tone
Angels and mortals hymn your Rising on the third day, O Saviour, through which the ends of the inhabited world were filled with light, and we were all redeemed from the slavery of the foe, as we cry: O life-giving, all-powerful Saviour, save us by your Resurrection, only lover of mankind.
4th Apostichon, 4th Tone.
Verse 3: Holiness befits your house, O Lord, to length of days.
Reaching your grave in tears the women looked for you; and when they did not find you they cried aloud with grief and lamentation: Alas, our Saviour, King of all, how were you stolen? What sort of place holds your life-bearing body? But an Angel answered them and said: Do not weep, but go, proclaim that the Lord has risen, granting us joy, as he alone is compassionate.
2nd Troparion of Ode 8, Tone 4.
An Angel white as snow, blazing with the unapproachable light of the Resurrection, appeared to the women and cried out: Why do you seek the living as a mortal in the tomb: Christ has truly risen. To him let us cry: All you works, praise the Lord.
2nd Troparion of Ode 9, Tone 4.
When your Disciples saw your opened tomb and the grave clothes, that had held God, lying emptied by your Resurrection, they said with the Angel: The Lord has risen indeed.
5th Vesperal Hymn, Tone Plagal of the 1st.
Let us glorify Christ the author of our salvation; for by his rising from the dead, the world has been saved from error; the choir of Angels rejoices, the error of demons flees, fallen Adam arises, the devil has been overthrown.
The Ikos. Tone Plagal of the 1st. (This shows how the women responded to the Angels)
The women, when the heard the Angel’s words, cast away their lamentation and becoming joyful, trembling saw the Resurrection. And see, Christ drew near them and said: Rejoice! Take courage, I have overcome the world and freed the prisoners. Hurry then to the Disciples, take them this message: I am going before you to preach in the city of Galilee. Therefore we all cry to you: Save us, O Lord!
Resurrection Aposticha. Mode Plagal of the 2nd. (This one has already been mentioned as one of the hymns chanted on Pascha)
Angels in the heavens, Christ Saviour, hymn your Resurrection; grant that we to who are on earth may with pure hearts glorify you.
5th hymn of the Lauds, Tone Plagal of the 2nd.
Lord, great and fearful is the mystery of your Resurrection; for you came from the tomb like a bridegroom from his marriage chamber, having abolished death by death, that you might free Adam; therefore Angels dance in heaven and humankind on earth glorifies your compassion towards us, O Lover of mankind.
3rd Vesperal Hymn, Tone Plagal of the 3rd (also called "Grave Tone").
The Apostles marvelled when they saw the Creator’s Rising and cried aloud the angelic hymn of praise: This is the glory of the Church, this is the wealth of the Kingdom. O Lord, who suffered for us, glory to you!
1st Kathismal Hymn of Matins, Tone Plagal of the 3rd.
When Life had been laid in the tomb and a seal laid on the stone, soldiers guarded Christ as a sleeping King and Angels glorified him as immortal God; while women cried aloud: The Lord has risen, granting the world his great mercy.
I have, of course, omitted the numerous references to the angels proclaiming the good tidings, announcing the resurrection, and sitting at the Tomb.