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for coptic, there is tasbeha.org(click on hymns or hymn lyrics library).did u try youtube?seems to be quite a lot of syriac uploaded there.God bless your search.
Does anyone know where to find resources for those who want to learn Oriental Church chant modes, maqam, raga, etc. I am really interested in Oriental chant, especially Syriac. Is there anything online?
Quote from: Cantor Krishnich on March 21, 2013, 03:30:27 PMDoes anyone know where to find resources for those who want to learn Oriental Church chant modes, maqam, raga, etc. I am really interested in Oriental chant, especially Syriac. Is there anything online?This site has an overview of the Syriac Tradition music system.http://sor.cua.edu/BethGazo/index.htmlAnd this site has several examples of some of the songs listed above in each of the 8 ragas from the Malankara school of music sung by Fr. M.P. George, the foremost Malpan of liturgical music in the Indian Orthodox Church.http://malankaraorthodoxchurch.in/index.php?option=com_zoom&Itemid=204&catid=7Keep in mind that the different usages and spellings from the first site to the second.So Quqlyon in the first site corresponds to Kukkilion in the second.Sebaltho in the first > Sebalso in the secondMawerbo > MavurboQolo > KoloTborto(broken) > Bovooso(prayer)Not mentioned in the first site are the Madroshe and Moriyo Moran. Madroshe are teaching hymns (compare with the arabic 'madrassa') and I think Moriyo Moran(lit. The LORD our Lord) is another type of Kolo, which just means hymn.
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