Slovak and Carpatho-Rusyn Genealogical Research
VHS Tape - Divine Liturgy
Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church Choir
BYZANTINE DIVINE LITURGY OF ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM
IN CHURCH SLAVONIC (VHS Video)
Rev. Basil W. Kraynyak
Rev. Francis T. Gera
Rev. Dr. John S. Custer
Rev. Eugene M. Hutter
Responses: Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church Choir
Also available are:
1a HOLY GHOST CHOIR IN CONCERT
Selection of Slavonic & American Folk Tunes
2a DIVINE LITURGY IN OLD SLAVONIC
3a SPECIAL COLLECTION OF CHORAL MUSIC
Selection of Ruthenian, Slovak, Croatian,
Georgian, Ukrainian and Hungarian Folk Songs
5a LITURGY OF ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM IN ENGLISH
6a BETHLEHEM CAROLERS - GUBI - JASLICKARI (VHS Video)
Male Chorus Presentation of The Bethlehem Carolers in Old Slavonic
Our parents and grandparents had a profound faith which was tempered with holy simplicity and thus the reflection of the Bethlehem Carolers (Jaslickari - Gubi). Dependent upon the custom of the European village from whence it came, the Carolers adopted either a purely religious theme or one combining the Gospel message with light-hearted comedy.
The Eastern Christian tradition of our Carpatho-Rusyn people became rich and varied in each of our forefather's villages and was performed from house-to-house and passed on from generation-to-generation.
This Heritage of depicting the Nativity Play is considered by cultural experts to be the most expressive form of creative folk-art and our presentation, herein offered, combines drama, comedy, the Carpatho-Rusyn spoken word and song in four-part harmony.
To order the music, visit the Holy Ghost Church web site.
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