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Hi ya'll, Today I stumbled along this awesome hymn that borrows the melody used in Agni Parthene which was compiled by St. Nektarios.I don't know who compiled this one necessarily, but I believe it was a student form the Theological School up in Boston, MA. While Agni Parthene may be to the Virgin Mary, this hymn seems to be dedicated to Jesus Christ while keeping the same melody!Anyway, here it is!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-XG_vBLi8k
Beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing.In Christ,Andrew
What does "Agni" mean in Greek?
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