Legal proceedings were initiated against Jurgenson, and 143 of his plates of the Liturgy were confiscated. There are no fugues or anything of that kind, and the longer sequences such as the Creed and the Lord's Prayer are despatched very briskly indeed. I am not a professional musician, so I won't wax eloquently about style and nuance. Nothing at all is said about the performers, the introduction is also translated into French and German but the texts are not, at least in the version of the note issued in England and, I can only suppose, in America. John Chrysostom Grechaninov , a choral work composed by in 1897.
I so dukhom tvoyim, Gospodi, pomilui Amen. Russian transliteration English transliteration English translation Part of the liturgy 1 Аминь. Ambrose also refused the performance of Tchaikovsky's Liturgy at his friend 's funeral. The Orthodox Liturgy is a lengthy affair, and I dare say that even the most devout congregation would have thanked the composer for restraining his muse to some extent. I consider the liturgy of St. The liner note provides a very good little introduction to the music, and the Russian is very sensibly given in Roman script with English translation.
The held the monopoly on the composition and performance of sacred music; according to an 1816 by , all approval had to be granted by the director of the Chapel. . If we follow the service very carefully, and enter into the meaning of every ceremony, it is impossible not to be profoundly moved by the liturgy of our own Orthodox Church. John Chrysostom Ippolotov-Ivanov , a choral work composed by in 1903. There are no fugues or anything of that kind, and the longer sequences such as the Creed and the Lord's Prayer are despatched very briskly indeed. This decision had ground-breaking implications — for the first time in many years, it became possible for Russian composers to create sacred music, without being subjected to bureaucratic review.
I've sung in choirs, both amature and semi-professional on and off for about 15 years. One of my deepest joys! The recording was made in an unnamed ecclesiastical acoustic of suitable resonance, and sounds well. Performances require approximately 48 minutes. The Orthodox Liturgy is a lengthy affair, and I dare say that even the most devout congregation would have thanked the composer for restraining his muse to some extent. It reflects the work of the to both combat heresy and define for the Christian Church. I appreciate certain merits in , and others; but how little their music is in keeping with. John Chrysostom : Литургия святого Иоанна Златоуста, Liturgiya svyatogo Ioanna Zlatousta is an composition by , his Op.
Legal proceedings were initiated against Jurgenson, and 143 of his plates of the Liturgy were confiscated. The reverberation of the voices creates the right atmosphere to enjoy the unaccompanied singing and the good sound allows to appreciate the luminosity of the upper register and the delicacy and the strength of certain passages the ideal blend of this sensitive approach is exemplified by the first piece of the Liturgy. The performance is of the first order: even under Soviet rule, Russian choirs were among the best in the world, and this one, recorded in it seems 1990, is outstandingly good. The 'Liturgy' equates more or less to the Catholic Mass. An April 1878 letter to von Meck signified his interest in producing a composition based on the liturgy.
These are slightly more elaborate and more solemn in tone than the main setting, with a little more polyphony and a little more word-repetition, but in general Tchaikovsky's a capella music is easy to grasp and much less severe in style than the unaccompanied motets of Bach and Brahms. Yet it is unarguably essential Tchaikovsky, and it's the work of his that moves me beyond all others. And for all the deliberate antiquity of the style, there are on occasion striking moments of what might appear musical modernism there are, for example, some biting dissonances but which, in fact, anchor the music all the more firmly in the past: if Vaughan Williams evokes the sixteenth century, Tchaikovsky's references are directly late-mediaeval. John Chrysostom Литургия святого Иоанна Златоуста Form Setting of the Language Composed 1878 — Verbovka Movements 15 The Liturgy of St. These include movements 6, 8, 10, 11, 13 and 14. Tchaikovsky had only submitted his setting to the Moscow Office of Sacred Censorship. In the item with three soprano soloists these perform reasonably well, although I could not say I thought their voices were wonderful.
Tchaikovsky had only submitted his setting to the Moscow Office of Sacred Censorship. Ambrose, the vicar of Moscow, was particularly opposed to the work; he published a letter in the Rouss, in which he asserted that the public performance of the liturgy was a profanation. And With Your Spirit, Lord Have Mercy Амин. I would very much have liked to give this disc 5 stars, but I find I can't quite make myself do it. When Tchaikovsky produced his Liturgy of St John Chrysostom in 1878, despite a legal challenge from the Imperial Chapel whose permission he and his publisher had neglected to obtain, the Tsar remarked to him that he was surprised Tchaikovsky had not done more church music. John Chrysostom one of the greatest productions of art.
John Chrysostom Boksay , a choral work composed by in 1906. Other composers, encouraged by the freedom created by the new lack of restriction on sacred music, soon followed Tchaikovsky's example. A vast and untrodden field of activity lies open to composers here. A public performance given by the Russian Musical Society took place in Moscow in December 1880. И со духом твоим, Господи, помилуй Amin. John Chrysostom Hristov , a choral work composed by in 1934.