Here is the Coptic Orthodox doxology of the heavenly in case it is of interest to anyone:
DOXOLOGY OF THE HEAVENLY
Always praising as they stand
Before the Pantocrator,
Serving the Hidden Mystery:
Michael is the first,
Gabriel is the second,
Raphael is the third—
A symbol of the Trinity—
Sarathiel and Ananiel,
The luminous and holy,
Asking Him for the creation.
The Cherubim, the Seraphim;
The Thrones, Dominions and Powers;
And the Four Incorporeal Beasts,
Carrying the throne of God;
And the Twenty Four Priests,
In the Church of the firstborn,
Praise Him incessantly,
Proclaiming and saying,
“Holy, O God:
The sick, O Lord, heal them.
Holy, O Mighty:
Those who slept, repose them.
“Holy, O Immortal:
O Lord, bless Thine inheritance,
And may Thy mercy and Thy peace
Be a fortress unto Thy people.
Holy Lord of Hosts,
Heaven and earth are full
Of Thine honour and Thy glory.”
And when they say, “Alleluia,”
The Heavenly respond, saying,
“Holy. Amen. Alleluia.
Glory be to our God.”
Intercede on our behalf,
O angelic hosts,
And all the heavenly orders,
That He may forgive us our sins.
From the Anaphora of the Coptic Liturgy of St. Basil:
Before Whom stand the angels, the archangels, the principalities, the authorities, the thrones, the dominions and the
From the Anaphora of the Coptic Liturgy of St. Gregory:
Thou art He Whom the angels praise, and the archangels
worship. Thou art He Whom the Principalities bless, and unto
Whom the Dominions cry. Thou art He Whose glory the
Authorities declare. Thou art He unto Whom the Thrones send
up the honour.
Thousands of thousands stand before Thee, and ten thousand
times ten thousands offer Thee service. Thou art He Whom the
invisible bless, and the visible worship. They all do [according to]
Thy word, O our Master.