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« Reply #675 on: February 18, 2012, 11:06:41 PM »

Part of the Evening Service of Great Friday - Syriac Rite

"We bow to the Cross which gave salvation for our souls.
And together with the thief we say: Oh Christ, remember us when You come."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=imqMtoL2l0o
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« Reply #676 on: February 18, 2012, 11:16:18 PM »

I'm not sure what to make of this song about the Mother of God.  It uses modern instrumentation which I normally don't like.  Also, much of the imagery in the video is not from the Armenian Orthodox tradition.  Still, there is something about it that that I liked:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIeyL1waY88

I think at least part of it is filmed in Jerusalem.

Nazareth, Bethlehem and Jerusalem in that order. Beautiful!
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« Reply #677 on: February 19, 2012, 02:32:14 AM »

One more this evening:

The Hoosoyo (Prayers for mercy) and the Blessing of the Censer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXzxxBgxv_0

This parish is in Germany and seems to maintain a high standard of liturgical practice.
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« Reply #678 on: March 03, 2012, 10:23:06 PM »

A Coptic hymn in English, from the website of the American Orthodox Church:

http://stpauloc.org/?p=43
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« Reply #679 on: March 04, 2012, 04:42:08 PM »

so beautiful, brigidsboy.
does anyone know the translation of this? i find the syriac orthodox liturgy and hymns in aramaic very beautiful.
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« Reply #680 on: March 04, 2012, 05:30:51 PM »

Mabsoota:

http://sor.cua.edu/Liturgy/Anaphora/PubCeleb.html

This is the English translation of the first part of the Holy Qurbono. Scroll halfway down to the section titled "Proemion." The video starts with the non-celebrant Priest chanting the Deacon's line:
"Before the merciful Lord, before His absolving altar and before these Holy and Divine Mysteries, incense is offered by the hands of this reverend priest. Let us pray and beseech the Lord for grace and mercy."
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« Reply #681 on: March 10, 2012, 01:25:13 PM »

St. Paul American Orthodox Church has youtube videos that teach hymns in English:

http://www.youtube.com/stpauloc
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« Reply #682 on: March 10, 2012, 02:39:25 PM »

thanks sheenj for the translation.
i now understand why it is so beautiful.
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« Reply #683 on: March 10, 2012, 08:04:38 PM »

The Coptic Fraction chanted during Lenten liturgies (called "Fraction prayers" because during this time while the priest is chanting these words, he is also breaking the Body of Christ into smaller pieces to prepare for the Eucharist) by Fr. Boula Malek in Arabic, done in what I believe was a well-put together youtube video with a good translation:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXcCiwBXI8M&feature=related
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« Reply #684 on: March 10, 2012, 09:01:23 PM »

Very beautiful! Thank you, Mina. Is this fraction for the Apostles fast and feast also sung by Fr. Boula? The voice sounds similar to me (plus it was in the "related videos" sidebar).
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« Reply #685 on: March 10, 2012, 09:56:33 PM »

Very beautiful! Thank you, Mina. Is this fraction for the Apostles fast and feast also sung by Fr. Boula? The voice sounds similar to me (plus it was in the "related videos" sidebar).

Yes, in fact, this youtube user seems to love Fr. Boula pretty much.  All the videos he has are all by him.
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« Reply #686 on: March 17, 2012, 10:21:42 AM »


The Coptic Fraction chanted during Lenten liturgies (called "Fraction prayers" because during this time while the priest is chanting these words, he is also breaking the Body of Christ into smaller pieces to prepare for the Eucharist) by Fr. Boula Malek in Arabic, done in what I believe was a well-put together youtube video with a good translation:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXcCiwBXI8M&feature=related

Thank you for posting this!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-A4_txBIoU - I really enjoy this recording of the coptic lenten fraction. But if I'm not mistaken, this one is for the weekdays and the previous one for the Sundays. Anyway, both are truly spiritual, in terms of the lyrics and of the way of chanting.
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« Reply #687 on: March 17, 2012, 04:42:55 PM »


The Coptic Fraction chanted during Lenten liturgies (called "Fraction prayers" because during this time while the priest is chanting these words, he is also breaking the Body of Christ into smaller pieces to prepare for the Eucharist) by Fr. Boula Malek in Arabic, done in what I believe was a well-put together youtube video with a good translation:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXcCiwBXI8M&feature=related

Thank you for posting this!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-A4_txBIoU - I really enjoy this recording of the coptic lenten fraction. But if I'm not mistaken, this one is for the weekdays and the previous one for the Sundays. Anyway, both are truly spiritual, in terms of the lyrics and of the way of chanting.
It's the same one  Wink
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« Reply #688 on: March 22, 2012, 09:11:52 AM »

Shenoute to Makariou  (Shenouda the Blessed)

http://youtu.be/lAkfXM7c6yc
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« Reply #689 on: March 23, 2012, 07:44:59 AM »

Pope Shenouda wrote this poem while he was still a layman. It's calld "A stranger" or sometimes translated as "An Outlander".

Here is HH reading it with an on screen English translation
http://youtu.be/Qg_2X9GG8JQ

And here it is turned into a song
http://youtu.be/1NJgefSBXks

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« Reply #690 on: March 24, 2012, 11:40:06 AM »

really beautiful.
many of his poems were way over my head (i'm no artist!) but this one is simple and beautiful.
now he is listening, face to face to God's poetry and enjoying the greater beauty that we can enjoy too if we also follow our Lord Jesus Christ to the end of our lives.
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« Reply #691 on: March 26, 2012, 09:53:50 AM »

Another poem of HH Pope Shenouda put to music

I love You, O Lord in Arabic (Ahebuk Ya Rab)
http://youtu.be/JCjWb7FWAWs

I love You, O Lord, in my solitude
You call to my heart by the depth of Your words
I love You, O Lord, in my tribulations
And in my time of need, and in the time of pain
I love You, O Lord, in my repentance
and in the time of tears, and the time of regret
I love You, O Lord, in the time of prosperity
I love You, O Lord, in the time of destitution
I love You whilst the palace is being built for me
and also whilst it is collapsing and being destroyed
I love You, the Heart Who binds my wound
and rejoice when the wound heals
I love You, the Spirit Who hovers around me
Who grants my soul the deepest graces


The facebook page where I found the wonderful translation:

Pope Shenouda's Poems
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pope-Shenoudas-Poems/119317074754460
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« Reply #692 on: March 27, 2012, 11:20:59 PM »

Released only yesterday, this short film offers highlights of the Armenian Matins Service for the Feast of the Nativity. A spectacular choir from the Holy Trinity Church in Constantinople.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoG_eiEZJv0&list=FLKDwcqV_dwT0pBZtljSNwkw&index=1&feature=plpp_video
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« Reply #693 on: April 08, 2012, 09:13:02 AM »

Christ has risen hymn:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DJaV6sZ5Bo
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« Reply #694 on: April 09, 2012, 11:13:47 AM »

Khen Ephran - Coptic hymn for the Holy Week

http://youtu.be/VKP6wTpwMTI
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« Reply #695 on: April 09, 2012, 11:15:19 AM »

Released only yesterday, this short film offers highlights of the Armenian Matins Service for the Feast of the Nativity. A spectacular choir from the Holy Trinity Church in Constantinople.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoG_eiEZJv0&list=FLKDwcqV_dwT0pBZtljSNwkw&index=1&feature=plpp_video

Spectacular indeed! Thanks for sharing that.
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« Reply #696 on: April 09, 2012, 11:38:29 AM »

Lamentations of Jeremiah (in English)

http://youtu.be/1oJRRGs-Rog
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« Reply #697 on: April 09, 2012, 12:55:27 PM »

Lamentation of Jeremiah (in Arabic)

http://youtu.be/HCh6NL5RxB4
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« Reply #698 on: April 09, 2012, 01:29:02 PM »

thank u for khen efran!
am away at the moment, and have been to a lovely romanian church but am missing my dear coptic church.
yes, even the 'ooooo eeeee aaaaa ooooo' songs!
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« Reply #699 on: April 09, 2012, 01:57:53 PM »

thank u for khen efran!
am away at the moment, and have been to a lovely romanian church but am missing my dear coptic church.
yes, even the 'ooooo eeeee aaaaa ooooo' songs!

That's most of our hymns  Grin
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« Reply #700 on: April 09, 2012, 02:23:24 PM »

except 'thoak ta ti gom' (yrs is the power), 'the burning bush' and about 100 others...
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i can't wait to get home and sing thoak ta ti gom!
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« Reply #701 on: April 09, 2012, 02:39:20 PM »

Khen Ephran - Coptic hymn for the Holy Week

http://youtu.be/VKP6wTpwMTI

I'm the author of this presentation Wink Although I'm an Eastern Orthodox, I love coptic hymns for the Holy Week, especially this one Wink
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« Reply #702 on: April 09, 2012, 03:00:20 PM »

Khen Ephran - Coptic hymn for the Holy Week

http://youtu.be/VKP6wTpwMTI

I'm the author of this presentation Wink Although I'm an Eastern Orthodox, I love coptic hymns for the Holy Week, especially this one Wink

Very well done, Dominika! Thank you so much. I hope you can do some more in the future.
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« Reply #703 on: April 09, 2012, 03:02:04 PM »

hey, thanks, and God bless u.
i'm coptic and i have been in an eastern orthodox church today (and yesterday)
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and i love the eastern orthodox people and religious rites.

also i am glad to 'know' such a famous person as u!
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« Reply #704 on: April 09, 2012, 11:56:15 PM »

Hosanna in the "Je Nai Nan" tune, chanted by Fr. Antonious Tanious of Manville, NJ and Manhattan, NY.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbWq7OVUB-4&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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« Reply #705 on: April 10, 2012, 05:44:13 AM »

I'm so glad you enjoy it Smiley If I have more time, for sure I'll make more Wink

That's great mabsoota you love our rites, it shows that we're all truly Orthodox Christians. I wish one day I could attend some Coptic services of the Holy Pascha Week Smiley And I have to admit I'm a simple person (or better: I try to be).

Have a blessed Holy Week Smiley
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« Reply #706 on: April 10, 2012, 08:40:17 PM »

Selam everyone

a couple of mezmurs for the passion week. its a wonderful week to meditate on what all the Holy Scriptures say with One voice in the Holy Spirit about the Christ the Redeemer of the world and what that means to everyone of us. the following two mezmures try to integrate some of what is said and read during the Holy Friday service within their mezmurs. the reading done is read with a wurd nibab/ using a melancholic tone of reading the scriptures.... on the second mezmur( like the Friday service) prostrations are intended to accompany each of the kyrie eleison/ Lord have mercy split between two groups as one group prostrates the other rises up and says the other half of the prayer .... or in private one can do it alone also...God bless you all.


Without beauty. Mezmur by Deacon Theodoros.
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Getaye hone dem gibat aleba
My Lord was like a man without beauty
Jerebaw bejiraf silene dema
His back he gave to the whip and bled for me
Yenen megeref ersu tegerefo
 Flogged for me
Kibr alebesegne ersu tegefo/2x/
As he was stripped off his garments he vested me with glory./2x/


Behaset shenego wetemed tetemedo
 The council of the deceitful laid a snare
Geta teyaze hiwoten feqedo
Because his will is that I live, for my sake the Lord got held
Kifuwoch biyayut ende wenebede
Though the wicked saw him as a criminal
Lene gin honuwal mewecha medehene/2x/
 But for me he is the way of my escape
Taserehal silene Eyesus medehene/2x/
For my sake you were bound Jesus my Savior./2x/


Mezmure Dawit 21/22: 17 Agetuni kelebat bizuhan
Psalm 21(22) :17 For many dogs surrounded me;
Wa’ahazuni maheberomu le ekuyan
An assembly of evildoers enclosed me.
Agetuni kelebat bizuhan
For many dogs surrounded me


Getaye hone dem gibat aleba
My Lord was like a man without beauty
Jerebaw bejiraf silene dema
His back he gave to the whip and bled for me
Yenen megeref ersu tegerefo
 Flogged for me
Kibr alebesegne ersu tegefo/2x/
As he was stripped off his garments he vested me with glory./2x/


Sizebetubet miraq sitefu
As they mocked and spat on him
Yemayedefer deferew sizelefu
He who is feared by all, they dared to blaspheme
Bekebebut fit qal kelekele
Surrounded by these he uttered not a word
Ene enedenager ersu zim ale
So I may be able to speak he remained silent.
Tardehal silene Eyesus medehene/2x/
For my sake you were slain Jesus my Savior. /2x/

Mezmure Dawit 21/22:17 Qenewouni edeweye wa’egereye
Psalm21/22: 17 They pierced my hands and my feet
Waholequ kulu aetsemeteye
and they counted all my bones
qenewouni edeweye wa'egereye
they pierced my hands and my feet.

Getaye hone dem gibat aleba
My Lord was like a man without beauty
Jerebaw bejiraf silene dema
His back he gave to the whip and bled for me
Yenen megeref ersu tegerefo
 Flogged for me
Kibr alebesegne ersu tegefo/2x/
As he was stripped off his garments he vested me with glory./2x/


Hiwot menechetuwal tewegeto gonu
Life has poured  forth from  his pierced side
Lekesashochum terefuwal madanu
He healing power overflowed even to those who accused him
Ej egerun mismar sichenekerew
As his hands and feet were pierced by nails
Ye motin eshoh kene neqelew
He plucked out the thorn of death from me.
Tewegah silene Eyesus medehene/2x/
For my sake you were pierced Jesus my Savior./2x/

Mezmure Dawit 68/69:22 wa’wedeyu hamote wuste mebeleye
Psalm 68(69):22 they gave me gall for my food
Wa’asteyuni behe’a letsimeye
And they gave me vinegar for my drink.
Wa’wedeyu hamote wuste mebeleye
They gave me gall for my food.


Getaye hone dem gibat aleba
My Lord was like a man without beauty
Jerebaw bejiraf silene dema
His back he gave to the whip and bled for me
Yenen megeref ersu tegerefo
 Flogged for me
Kibr alebesegne ersu tegefo/2x/
As he was stripped off his garments he vested me with glory./2x/


Ereqanun hono fetelew libsen
As he stood naked he weaved my vestment
Endihu wedogne teta homtaten
Because he loved me he took vinegar for his drink
Bemieheretu t’el nefesen areketo
He satiated my soul with the dew of his mercy
Alemelemegne ersu tetemeto
He vivified me with this thirst
Tetemah silene Eyesus medehene/2x/
For my sake you were thirsty Jesus my Savior./2x/

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Kyrie eleison mezmur by Deacon Behailu Tebeje.
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Kyrie eleison  / kyriailaison
Kyrie Eleison/ kyriailaison
Kyrie Eleison/ kyriailaison


Kyriailaison/2x/ Ammanuel geta
Kyrie Eleison/2/ Emmanuel the Lord
Kyriailaison/2x/ betifi temeta
Kyrie Eleison/2x/ was slapped on the face
Kyriailaison/2x/ alemin litadeg
Kyrie Eleison /2x/ to save the world
Kyriailaison/2x/ teneda ende beg
Kyrie Eleison /2x/ he was led like a Lamb
Kyriailaison/2x/ Adamin lifewis
Kyrie Eleison/2x/ To heal Adam
Kyriailaison/2x/ qome ke pilatos
Kyrie Eleison/2x/ he stood before Pilot


 Mezemure Dawit 34/35 Gife’omu eggzio le’ele yiegefe’uni , Kyriailaison!
 (Psalm 34/35) Contend O Lord, with those Who contend with me; Kyrie Eleison!
Tsibe’omu eggzio  le’ele yetsebe’uni, Kyriailaison!
 Fight against those who fight against me.  Kyrie Eleison!
Gife’omu eggzio le’ele yigefe’uni, Kyriailaison!
Contend O Lord with those who contend with me. Kyrie Eleison!



Kyriailaison/ Kyrie eleison
Kyriailaison/ Kyrie Eleison
Kyriailaison/ Kyrie Eleison



Kyriailaison/2x/ ejun chenekerut
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ They nailed his hands
Kyriailaison/2x/ atintun qoterut
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ They have numbered all his bones
Kyriailaison/2x/ yeshoh aklil defeto
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ Crowned with a crown of thorns
Kyriailaison/2x/ gedayun ereto
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ Conquered Death
Kyriailaison/2x/ yehulachinin bedel
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ All our transgressions
 Kyriailaison/2x/teshare be’ ersu qusil
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ Are wiped out by his wounds.



Mezmure Dawit 21/22:17-18  qenewouni edewiye wa egereye , Kyriailaison!
Psalm 21/22 :17-18 They pierced my hands and my feet. Kyrie Eleison!
Wa holoqu kulo aetsemeteye! Kyriailaison!
They have numbered all my bones. Kyrie Eleison!
Qenewouni edeweye wa egereye, Kyriailaison!
 They pierced my hands and my feet. Kyrie Eleison!



Kyriailaison /Kyrie Eleison!
Kyriailaison/Kyrie Eleison!
Kyriailaison/Kyrie Eleison!


Kyriailaison/2x/ eta tetatalu
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ They casted lots
Kyriailaison/2x/ lebesun tekafelu
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ They divided his garments among themselves
Kyriailaison/2x/lefirid tewesede
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ He was taken for judgment
Kyriailaison/2x/ edebeg tarede
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ And he was slain like a Lamb
Kyriailaison/2x/ lebeso kelemeda
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ Robbed in Scarlet rob
Kyriailaison/2x/ tekefele eda
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ He paid  our ransom.


Mezmure Dawit 21/22:17 agetueni kelebat bizuhan. Kyriailaison!
Psalm 21/22:17 for Many dogs surrounded me;  Kyrie Eleison!
Wa’ahazuni maheberomu le ekuyan; Kyriailaison!
An assembly of evil doers enclosed me; Kyrie Eleison!
Agetueni kelebat bizuhan. Kyriailaison!
For many dogs surrounded me; Kyrie Eleison!


Kyriailaison / Kyrie Eleison!
Kyriailaison/ Kyrie Eleison!
Kyriailaison/ Kyrie Eleison!


Kyriailaison/2x/ hometaten atetut
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ For his drink they gave him vinegar
Kyriailaison/2x/ begemed gotetut
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ Tying him with ropes they dragged him
Kyriailaison/2x/ bewenebedew fanta
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ In place of the criminal
Kyriailaison/2x/ Teseqele geta
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ The Lord was Crucified
Kyriailaison/2x/ hulum zebetubet
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ And all mocked him
Kyriailaison/2x/ bezele’alem Hiwot
Kyrie Eleison!/2x/ Who is the Eternal Life.


Mezmure Dawit 68/69:22 wa’we’deyu hamote wuste mebeleye. Kyriailaison!
Psalm 68/69:22 They gave me gall for my food, Kyrie Eleison!
Wa’ asteteyuni behe’a letsemeye. Kyriailaison!
And they gave me vinegar for my drink. Kyrie Eleison!
Wa’we’deyu hamote wuste mebeleye. Kyriailaison!
They gave me gall for my food, Kyrie Eleison!


Kyriailaison / Kyrie Eleison!
Kyriailaison / Kyrie Eleison!
Kyriailaison / Kyrie Eleison!


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Glory be to the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit both now and ever and unto the ages of ages amen!
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« Reply #707 on: April 12, 2012, 08:52:33 PM »

Selam beloved Smiley

‘Nitsuh Siga’ mezmur by Zerefe, is translated into Tigrigna and sung by Debre Geezen Medehane Alem Ertirean Orthodox Tewahedo Church Choir in Gezabanda Asmara I would like to thank the person who transcribed the Tigrigna lyrics on the video. I have included the Amharic version of the mezmur by Zerefe also. May the Lord bless them all and keep them steadfast in their service of Him and His Church. Amen.

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Nitsuh siga kebur dem
 Tekhefele le alem
 Kulu netsa wetsiu tefewisu bemedehane alem/2x/


Naye orit mesewaeti naye ensisa dem
Keheb zeyekealen hiwot neAdam
Eyesus Kirstos kab seamy weridu
Zefesese demu nemot awegidu

Nitsuh siga kebur dem
 Tekhefele le alem
 Kulu netsa wetsiu tefewisu bemedehane alem/2x/


Bzeye dem kerestos sele zeyenedehen
Seb kone almakena bezedeneq mistir
KabMaryam bemewesad nitsuh sigan demin

Nitsuh siga kebur dem
 Tekhefele le alem
 Kulu netsa wetsiu tefewisu bemedehane alem/2x/


Abreham kesew’e neti hade wadu
Ke’ezaz wesinu kefetsim feqadu
Keqwarits tnegero mesewaetu keyeqetsel
Be yeheshaq ayekonen medehan nayeza alem

Nitsuh siga kebur dem
 Tekhefele le alem
 Kulu netsa wetsiu tefewisu bemedehane alem/2x/

Nay nebeyatu mot naye tsadeqanu tsideqi
Keretsefo ayekelalen  neti naye mot minchi
Liqe kahenat baelu mesewaeti kayenuna
Bati kebur demu kab mot adehinuna

Nitsuh siga kebur dem
 Tekhefele le alem
 Kulu netsa wetsiu tefewisu bemedehane alem/2x/

………///………

AMHARIC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-JAkVos0D8


Netsuh siga kibur dem
Tesete lealem
Hulum netsa weta tefewese bemedehane alem/2x/

Ye oritu mesewaet ye kebetochu dem
Mawej silalechale hiwot le Adam
Ye amlak lij Eyesus kesemay werede
Befesesew demu motin awardee

Netsuh siga kibur dem
Tesete lealem
Hulum netsa weta tefewese bemedehane alem/2x/


yaleKiristos dem sireyet yelemena
techino werede bekibir demean
kemaryam benesaw netsuh siga dem
edachinin talew lezele’alem

Netsuh siga kibur dem
Tesete lealem
Hulum netsa weta tefewese bemedehane alem/2x/


abreham lisewa lijun beterara
litamen weseno siyanesabet kara
kesemay tew alew endatadergew
beyehesaq ayedelem alem midenew


Netsuh siga kibur dem
Tesete lealem
Hulum netsa weta tefewese bemedehane alem/2x/


yenebeyatu mot yetsadeqanu tsidq
alechalem yemoten minchun lemadreq
andu liqe kahen ande metswaet hone
newer belelew dem layadagim dane.


Netsuh siga kibur dem
Tesete lealem
Hulum netsa weta tefewese bemedehane alem/2x/

………..///……….

The purest flesh and precious blood
Is given to the World
And all are liberated and healed by the Savior of the World.


Because the Law and the blood of the animals
Could not give Life to Adam
Jesus the Son of God descended from heaven
And with the shedding of His blood trampled down death.


The purest flesh and precious blood
Is given to the World
And all are liberated and healed by the Savior of the World.


For there is no salvation without the blood of Christ
He descended towards us carried by the purest cloud
By the Flesh and Blood He took from Mary
He freed us from our bondage, forever.


The purest flesh and precious blood
Is given to the World
And all are liberated and healed by the Savior of the World.


When Abraham tried to sacrifice his son on the mountain
Choosing to remain faithful and when he lifted the blade
From the heavens the Lord forbade him and told him not to do it
For the salvation of the world is not by Isaac’s blood.


The purest flesh and precious blood
Is given to the World
And all are liberated and healed by the Savior of the World.

 Neither the death of the prophets nor the sanctity of the saints
Could dry up death from its source.
The One High Priest offered up himself once in sacrifice for all,
And with the shedding of his pure undefiled blood saved us from death.


The purest flesh and precious blood
Is given to the World
And all are liberated and healed by the Savior of the World.

…………………///………………
Glory be to the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit both now and ever and unto the ages of ages Amen.
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« Reply #708 on: April 16, 2012, 12:01:58 PM »

A Coptic Hymn of the Ressurection: Tolithos (Chanted in Greek)
http://youtu.be/4xlSYIxS7gI

While the stone was sealed by the Jews
and the soldiers were watching Your sacred body,
You rose, O Savior, on the third day, giving life to the world.
Wherefore, O Giver of Life, the Powers of Heaven cried out:
Glory to Your Resurrection, O Christ.
Glory to Your Kingdom.
Glory to Your Economy,
O Only Lover of Mankind!


In the EOC this same hymn is called, Troparia of the Resurrection - Tone One
http://youtu.be/NwRyBJaBowY

And here it is also in the Byzantine style, chanted in Arabic
http://youtu.be/GChlZpgY6j0

Just thought it was cool to learn that this was a common hymn.

PIKHRISTOS AFTONF! KHEN O METHMI AFTONF!
PIKHRISTOS ANNESTI! ALITHOS ANNESTI!
CHRIST IS RISEN! TRULY HE IS RISEN!
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« Reply #709 on: April 21, 2012, 11:58:58 AM »

A Coptic Hymn of the Ressurection: Tolithos (Chanted in Greek)
http://youtu.be/4xlSYIxS7gI

While the stone was sealed by the Jews
and the soldiers were watching Your sacred body,
You rose, O Savior, on the third day, giving life to the world.
Wherefore, O Giver of Life, the Powers of Heaven cried out:
Glory to Your Resurrection, O Christ.
Glory to Your Kingdom.
Glory to Your Economy,
O Only Lover of Mankind!


In the EOC this same hymn is called, Troparia of the Resurrection - Tone One
http://youtu.be/NwRyBJaBowY

And here it is also in the Byzantine style, chanted in Arabic
http://youtu.be/GChlZpgY6j0

Just thought it was cool to learn that this was a common hymn.

PIKHRISTOS AFTONF! KHEN O METHMI AFTONF!
PIKHRISTOS ANNESTI! ALITHOS ANNESTI!
CHRIST IS RISEN! TRULY HE IS RISEN!

From what I understand, HH Pope St. Kyrillos VI adopted this hymn from the Greek Church.  So this would be a very recent addition to the Coptic liturgical hymns.
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« Reply #710 on: April 21, 2012, 04:05:53 PM »

great idea, the multilingual resurrection hymn!
this (romanian):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eV4dvv-slPE

is basically the same as this (greek with coptic accent):
http://tasbeha.org/media/index.php?st=Hymns%2FMajor_Feasts_of_the_Lord%2FResurrection%2FA_Selection_of_Hymns_by_Ibrahim_Ayad_and_the_Chorus%2Ftrack06.1079.mp3

the first is the one i sang in the car on the way to church, the second in church  Smiley
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« Reply #711 on: April 27, 2012, 01:04:27 PM »

«Պարգեւատուն»  - Giver of Good Gifts

Hymn for Great Friday in the Armenian Rite.

(I am looking for a full translation. When I find it I will share it here.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keu3WNTx1MI&list=FLKDwcqV_dwT0pBZtljSNwkw&index=1&feature=plpp_video
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« Reply #712 on: May 02, 2012, 12:53:24 PM »

From what I understand, HH Pope St. Kyrillos VI adopted this hymn from the Greek Church.  So this would be a very recent addition to the Coptic liturgical hymns.

Thanks, Mina! I knew there were a number of hymns HH adopted from the Greeks, but didn't realize this was one of them.  Would you know any of the others?
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« Reply #713 on: May 03, 2012, 08:03:03 PM »

I know this is not paschal hymn, but today,today  I could not stop listening to it..I cant seem to stop the leaking as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL1lxH7s3Cw&feature=related
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« Reply #714 on: May 03, 2012, 11:51:57 PM »

a beautiful hymn..

rabbi habibi sayedi

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHFqQIanHlk

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its almost midnight so..

Agios o Theos..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcftnHy1VY4
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« Reply #715 on: May 04, 2012, 12:22:03 AM »

You're right, Hiwot...it is almost midnight...and that means one thing...tasbeha! Wink
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« Reply #716 on: May 04, 2012, 12:19:45 PM »

Since we've posted some of the Fraction Prayers, I'd be remiss without including one from Fr. Youssef Asaad.

Fraction Prayer for the Feast of the Resurrection & The Holy Fifty Days

Master, Lord, God Almighty, the Father of our
Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ, Who
through His Cross descended into Hades and
restored Adam and his children to paradise.
He buried us with Him, and through His death,
He abolished the power of death, and
on the third day He rose from the dead.

He appeared to Mary Magdalene and spoke
with her in this manner, "Tell my brethren that
they go to Galilee, and there shall they see Me.

The archangel descended from heaven, and
rolled the stone from the door of the tomb and
proclaimed the good news to the women
carrying the spices saying,

"Christ is risen from the dead,
by death trampling upon Death, and
has bestowed life upon those in the tomb."

He breathed in the face of His saintly disciples
and pure Apostles and saying, "Receive the
Holy Spirit. Whose sins you will remit, they are
remitted to them, and those which you will
retain, they shall be retained."

Therefore, we ask You, our Master, purify us
from all hypocrisy, that, with a pure heart, we
dare with boldness, without fear, to entreat
You, o God the Father, Who are in the heavens
and say: Our Father Who art in Heaven...


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« Reply #717 on: May 04, 2012, 12:44:18 PM »

Fr. Youssef Asaad - The Prayer of Reconciliation from the Liturgy of St. Gregory

“O You, Who are, Who were, Who continue unto the age,
the Self-existent, Consubstantial, Co-enthroned
and Co-creator with the Father.

Who for goodness alone, brought man into being from what was not.
And You placed him in the paradise of joy.

But after he had fallen by the guile of the enemy,
and the disobedience toward Your Holy commandment
and when You willed to renew him,
and restore him to his original rank:
-neither an angel, nor an archangel, nor a patriarch,
nor a prophet did You entrust with our salvation.

But You Yourself, without change, took flesh and became man,
and resembled us in everything except sin alone
You became for us a Mediator with the Father,
and the middle wall of division, You have broken down;
And the old enmity, You have abolished.

You reconciled the earthly with the heavenly,
and made the two into one,
and You completed the dispensation in the flesh.

And You ascended to the heavens bodily,
while You filled all with Your divinity.

You said to Your saintly disciples and apostles:
“My Peace I give to you, My Peace I leave with you.”

Grant this now also to us, O our Master,
and cleanse us from all blemish, all guile,
all hypocrisy, all evil, all malice
and the remembrance of evil entailing death.”


http://youtu.be/0GRyrzJKLY8


English translation taken from this article:

http://www.copticmedia.net/module-library-viewpub-tid-1-pid-352.html
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« Reply #718 on: May 04, 2012, 05:28:20 PM »

From what I understand, HH Pope St. Kyrillos VI adopted this hymn from the Greek Church.  So this would be a very recent addition to the Coptic liturgical hymns.

Thanks, Mina! I knew there were a number of hymns HH adopted from the Greeks, but didn't realize this was one of them.  Would you know any of the others?
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« Reply #719 on: May 04, 2012, 05:42:04 PM »

awesome dhzeremi Cheesy

Wonderful you guys! keep it comming  angel
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