Orthodox Wedding Ceremony and New Year Service.
Label(s): Gega New. Year of release: 1993. Recording length: 51:45. Conductor Miroslav Popsavov. 1 Viens du Liban, Ma Fiancee - S. Degtyarev. 2 Psaume 127 - M. Popsavov. 3 La Grande Litanie - S. Smolensky. 4 Prochimene, Allelulia - S. 5 Notre Pere - A. Scheremetev. 6 Rejouis-Toi, Isaie, Saints Martyrs. 7 Il Est Digne - . hesnokov.
Orthodox Wedding & New-Year Service - For Many Years, Rejoice Isaiah. Holy Martyrs and 2 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. album: Splendeurs du Chant Orthodoxe - The Splendors of Orthodox Chant: Wedding Ceremony and New Year Celebrations. album: Evocation de la Corse. album: Tuvinian Singers and Musicians. Vespers Liturgy: Lord, Now Lettest Thou Depart (Nine Otpushtaeshi) (Hristov). album: Orthodox Chants From Bulgaria. Réjouis-toi, Isaie, saints martyrs (Mariage orthodoxe). album: Splendeurs du Chant Orthodoxe : Mariage et Nouvel An.
PLAY ALL. Orthodox Wedding & New-Year Service. Released by GEGA NEW Feb 2010 14 Tracks.
Album · 1998 · 15 Songs. Orthodox Liturgy: In Thy Kingdom (Vo Tsarsvii Tvoem) (Hristov). 12. Orthodox Liturgy: Holy Lord (Svyatii Bozhe) (Varna) (Hristov). 13. Orthodox Liturgy: Cherubic Song No. 4 (Herouvimska Pesen No. 4) (Hristov). 14. Orthodox Liturgy: Litany Of Supplication (Prositelna Ektenia) (Hristov).
Eastern Orthodox Wedding Ceremony Rituals. by Robin Beth Schaer. The Eastern Orthodox wedding ceremony is an ancient rite full of profound symbolism and meaning. The couple is led through the ceremony by their priest and their koumbaros, a best man who remains an important figure in the couple's life. Most rituals are performed three times to represent the Holy Trinity. After the rings are exchanged (or sometimes beforehand) the priest gives the couple lit candles to hold in their left hands for the remainder of the service. The burning flames symbolize the couple's spiritual willingness to receive God's blessings. The priest also joins the couples right hands together while praying for their marriage. The Crowning is the centerpiece of the Eastern Orthodox marriage ceremony. Garland wreaths are often fashioned into ornate crowns as a symbol of glory and honor.
Orthodox Wedding Ceremony. My fiancé is Macedonian and was raised in the Orthodox church. As a result, it would be very meaningful for him to have an Orthodox wedding ceremony. I, on the other hand, was not raised in any particular religion and do not have a Macedonian cultural heritage. I understand that the Orthodox wedding ceremony is very unique, but I don’t know whether to consent to such a ceremony if I have no idea what happens or what is said. In general, however, the Orthodox wedding ceremony follows this outline: The Rite of Betrothal, in which rings are exchanged as a sign of commitment and devotion to one another. The Crowning, in which crowns or wreaths are placed on or held above the heads of the bride and groom.
|Orthodox Wedding Ceremony|
|1||Come From Lebanon, Bride||1:32|
|3||The Great Litany||7:33|
|4||Prokimen. Hallelujah. Glory||2:34|
|6||Rejoice Isaiah. Holy Martyrs. Glory To You, Lord Jesus Christ||2:18|
|7||Meet It Is||1:51|
|8||For Many Years||1:40|
|From The New-Year's Service|
|9||The Great Litany||8:39|
|10||God Lord. Troparions||3:57|
|12||The Litany Of Supplication||6:16|
|13||Te Deum Laudamus||6:51|
|14||For Many Years||1:56|
- Copyright (c) – Gega New
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gega New
- Choir [Mixed Choir] – Unknown Artist
- Conductor – Miroslav Popsavov
- Soloist, Bass Vocals – Protodeacon Stefan Markov*
- Soloist, Tenor Vocals – Hristo Kamenov*
|GC 542||Mixed Choir* Conducted By Miroslav Popsavov||Mixed Choir* Conducted By Miroslav Popsavov - Ortodox Wedding Ceremony - New-Year Service (Cass, Album)||Gega New||GC 542||Bulgaria||1993|