Over time, I have noticed that many of the paschal melodies that choirs were using are old, degraded, and semi-legible copies. We have been gradually restoring the troparia that we commonly use to a more legible state and, in some cases, adding new languages based on existing settings.
If you have an old copy that you would like re-set, please contact us through the website.
- Arabic, fast melody (Arabic, Greek, English, and Church Slavonic) - midi
- Astafyev (Greek, Latin, Slavonic, a traditional Russian melody) - midi
- Byzantine Chant (in Greek) - midi
- Byzantine Chant (in German) - midi
- Galician Chant (in Slavonic), the traditional melody at St. Mary's Holy Dormition - midi
- Romanian, Melody of Sibiu (in English)
- Romanian, Melody of Sibiu (in Romanian with Englich and Cyrillic phonetics) - midi
- Russian Obikhod (in English) - midi
- Russian Obikhod (in Slavonic) - midi
- Serbian malody, Arr. Savo Savich (in Slavonic) - midi
- Spanish, Dallas Melody (in Spanish) - midi
- Tlingit, fancy melody (in Tlingit) - midi
- Znamenny, Canon Melody: after Benigson's harmonies (Slavonic) - midi