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Indeed, TruthSeeker, she is good.
The first sample on this page:http://www.sv-luka.org/chants/indexmedch.html
brings me to my knees quite literally.
Listen to the Cherubic Hymn (3rd down on that page). My priest bought a record that has it when he was in Greece 20+ years ago. He transcribed and translated it and it is in our choir books.
On page 2 of that site there is another Cherubic Hymn which seems like a really nice blend of polyphonic (more Slavic) and monophonic (Byzantine) chant. A lot of this Serb stuff is really interesting.