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Peter Lampadarie write on Serbain with Greek letters

This manuscript is knows as Yale fragment, written by Peter Lampadarie for archbishop of Sarajevo, written on Church Slavic with Greek lett…

Started by Andrija Sagic

8 Nov 17, 2020
Reply by Oliver Gerlach

The Greek manuscripts in the "Virtual Manuscript Room" of the Mingana Collection

The Cadbury Research Library of the University of Birmingham has published excellent reproductions of the Greek manuscripts of the Mingana…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

4 Jan 15, 2020
Reply by Oliver Gerlach

Archive of the Konstantinos A. Psachos Music Library (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)

Pergamos - Library and Information Center of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Since a very long time I planned to announce th…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

0 Mar 1, 2019

Le sticheron idiomelon Βλέπε τὴν Ἐλισάβετ dans le vieux sticheraire (SAV 613)

Cher Dominique Doxastikon, ça veut dire seulement Doxastichon, un sticheron chanté avec la doxologie brève, dans ce cas seulement avec la d…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

7 Apr 9, 2017
Reply by Dominique Gatté

Anthology dedicated to Petros Bereketis, Daniel the Protopsaltes, and Petros Peloponnesios (Larissa, Central Public Library)

Δημόσια Κεντρική Βιβλιοθήκη Λάρισας «Κωνσταντίνος Κούμας» Ms. 5753 Year cycle of koinonika by Daniel the Protopsaltes (fol. 250v) 1780–182…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

1 Oct 14, 2016
Reply by Oliver Gerlach

The Digital Library of the Stavropoleos Monastery at Bucharest

I highly recommend a visit on this page which offers plenty of chant manuscripts in different languages (18th-20th century). Unfortunately…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

2 Oct 19, 2015
Reply by Oliver Gerlach

Doxastikon oktaechon Θεαρχίω νεύματι

This Doxastikon, which has to be performed now for the Vesper of the dormition of Theotokos, is one of the oldest chants in the book Stiche…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

5 Sep 29, 2012
Reply by Oliver Gerlach



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