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« on: Yesterday at 11:02:25 PM »

In my experience, liturgical differences in the Byzantine Rite are discussed as a dichotomy of Greek and Russian practice. So I was wondering: where do the other Orthodox churches fall? Do the churches of Albania, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, or Georgia (some of whom are Slavic but use "Greek" vestments nonetheless) follow the Sabbaite Typicon, like Russians, or the Violakis Typicon, like Greeks? Do they have their own particular customs, for example, during the services of Holy Week? Do they have their own forms of chant (I know Georgians do, and it's amazing)?
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