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This evening I would like to present you Father Stiliyan, a monk of the Bačkovo Monastery who was as a typikar responsible for the divine services in this monastery of the Rhodope Mountains.

You can listen to a complete recording which we made of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom on 6 August 2002 (the feast of transfiguration):

http://www.concertzender.nl/programma/bonum-est-621

The skript in German:

http://www.academia.edu/3703127

If you would like to read more about Stiliyan, there is one chapter in my book. You find an extract here:

http://ensembleison.de/current.htm

Because Father Stiliyan died in March the last year, I published together with Deniza Popova an epitaph at the Bulgarien-Jahrbuch which will be published soon (you will be able to download the article at my academia.edu page). There is as well my transcription of Father Stiliyan's "Otče naš", which you will listen to in this recording (playlist track 17).

I will let you know here as soon as the print version of the epitaph is available.

Tags: Bačkovo, Bulgaria, Otec Stiliyan, Slavica, ethnomusicology

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Unfortunately, the Otto Sagner Verlag who published the Bulgarien-Jahrbuch, went bankrupt.

But the article with an epitaphios can be downloaded at Deniza's and my account:

https://www.academia.edu/2703800

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