I do have a few more links for those interested in learning/chanting.http://chant.hchc.edu
- a nice site to get some overviews and some snazzy tie-ins; however, the cantors who have provided their voices for the recordings that accompany the sheet music did not follow the music, and thus the sound will often deviate from the sheet music.http://sgpm.goarch.org
- a gateway into the St. Gregory Palamas site. No audio files, but the site includes a) sheet music for common hymns and such, and b) bilingual texts for Sunday matins throughout the year, according to the Typikon of the Great Church. THe texts of the hymns are bilingual Greek/English or English only, and the texts of the beginning of matins (until the end of the Great Litany) are available bilingual Greek/English or Greek/Spanish (or maybe it's English/Spanish - I don't remember).http://www.ec-patr.net/
- the music section of the EP's site. Mostly audio, if I remember correctly, of the various Protopsaltis' (1st cantor, who leads the right choir) of the throne, and the various Lambadarios' (2nd-Cantor, who leads the left choir).