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Please have a look at this page at Analogion.com, where you can download (historical) recordings from different local schools:

http://analogion.com/site/html/EkphoneticStyle.html

A discussion between Konstantinos Terzopoulos and Ioannis Arvanitis and some recordings of the Patriarchal School concerning the dialogue around the Holy Anaphora which had originally be sung in the ekphonetic style as well:

http://analogion.com/site/html/LeitourgikaPatriarchal.html

Tags: Constantinople, Ekphonetika, Greece, ethnomusicology

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Very interesting. Thanks!

The Turkish recitation, here classified as "Non traditional style", in particular. I think still during the Ottoman times some Orthodox communities in Asia Minor were forced by authorities to celebrate in Turkish language, but there were also Turkish Orthodox communities with an earlier and less violent history.

Sure. Thanks Oliver

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