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Russia. Podolsky district. Village Dubrovicy.

Signs of the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Храм Знамения Пресвятой Богородицы

Podolsk is an industrial city about 20km to the south from Moscow. There is a village Dubrovocy 4km to the West

from Podolsk. The village is famouse for its unique church that was built in 1703 in the style of Naryshkin barocco.

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Krasni stari vizantinski hrišćanski himan

Paradoxně dnes, interpretace Kabarnos Nikodém

Παράδοξα σήμερον, Ερμηνεία Kabarnos Νικόδημος

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Krzyżu Święty nade wszystko - sequenced.

Wersja komputerowa - przykład harmonizacji.

Krzyżu Święty nade wszystko,

Drzewo przenajszlachetniejsze.

W żadnym lesie takie nie jest,

Jeno na którym sam Bóg jest.

Słodkie drzewo, słodkie gwoździe,

Rozkoszny owoc nosiło.

Skłoń gałązki Drzewo Święte,

Ulżyj członkom tak rozpiętym.

Odmień teraz oną srogość,

Którąś miało z przyrodzenia.

Spuść lekuchno i cichuchno

Ciało Króla Niebieskiego

Krzyżu Święty - wykonanie podczas Mszy

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Justinian the Great

Tribute to the Byzantine Emperor Justinian

Justinian was born in Tauresium in the Roman province of Dardania in AD 483. His Latin-speaking peasant family is believed to have been of Thraco-Roman or Illyro-Roman origins.

The cognomen Iustinianus which he took later is indicative of adoption by his uncle Justin. During his reign, he founded Justiniana Prima not far from his birthplace, today in South East Serbia. His mother was Vigilantia, the sister of Justin. Justin, who was in the imperial guard (the Excubitors) before he became emperor, adopted Justinian, brought him to Constantinople, and ensured the boy's education. As a result, Justinian was well educated in jurisprudence, theology and Roman history. Justinian served for some time with the Excubitors but the details of his early career are unknown.

When Emperor Anastasius died in 518, Justin was proclaimed the new Emperor, with significant help from Justinian. During Justin's reign (518--527), Justinian was the Emperor's close confidant. Justinian showed much ambition, and it has been thought that he was functioning as virtual regent long before Justin made him associate Emperor on 1 April 527, although there is no conclusive evidence for this. As Justin became senile near the end of his reign, Justinian became the de facto ruler. Justinian was appointed consul in 521, and later commander of the army of the east. Upon Justin I's death on 1 August 527, Justinian became the sole sovereign.

As a ruler, Justinian showed great energy. He was known as "the Emperor who never sleeps" on account of his work habits. Nevertheless, he seems to have been amenable and easy to approach. Justinian's family came from a lowly and provincial background, and therefore he had no power base in the traditional aristocracy of Constantinople. Instead, he surrounded himself with men and women of extraordinary talent, whom he selected not on the basis of aristocratic origin, but on the basis of merit.

Around 525 he married in Constantinople Theodora, who was by profession a courtesan about 20 years his junior. Justinian would have, in earlier times, been unable to marry her because of her class, but his uncle Emperor Justin I had passed a law allowing intermarriage between social classes. Theodora would become very influential in the politics of the Empire, and later emperors would follow Justinian's precedent in marrying outside the aristocratic class. The marriage caused a scandal, but Theodora would prove to be very intelligent, "street smart", a good judge of character and Justinian's greatest supporter. Other talented individuals included Tribonian, his legal adviser; Peter the Patrician, the diplomat and longtime head of the palace bureaucracy; his finance ministers John the Cappadocian and Peter Barsymes, who managed to collect taxes more efficiently than any before, thereby funding Justinian's wars; and finally, his prodigiously talented general Belisarius.

Justinian's rule was not universally popular; early in his reign he almost lost his throne during the Nika riots, and a conspiracy against the Emperor's life by dissatisfied businessmen was discovered as late as 562.

Justinian was struck by the plague in the early 540s but recovered. Theodora died in 548, perhaps of cancer, at a relatively young age; Justinian outlived her by almost twenty years. Justinian, who had always had a keen interest in theological matters and actively participated in debates on Christian doctrine, became even more devoted to religion during the later years of his life. When he died, on the night of November 13--14 of the year 565, he left no children. He was succeeded by Justin II, who was the son of his sister Vigilantia, and married to Sophia, the niece of Empress Theodora. Justinian's body was entombed in a specially built mausoleum in the Church of the Holy Apostles.

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All Things Bright and Beautiful


A modern spin on the 19th century famous Anglican hymn that tastefully

keeps the theme but adds an up to date visual and musical dimension to the words.

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The Angel Cried Out - Angel Vopijaše


Chanticleer sings Vasily Titov~The Angel Cried Out

Chanticleer sings ~The Angel Cried Out - Angel Vopijaše,

Vasily Polikarpovich Titov (c1650-c1715):


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Forbidden and very rare Kremlin monk´s song

Ritxi was visiting the Kremlin church in Moscow, then some monks apperared an start singing.

The filmations are forbidden there but Ritxi couldn´t stand it and filmed the church to get the

beautifull song. Enjoy it and the sight of the Kremlin inside.

stadaradim  Kraduckaš, aha!  :nene:    

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Prekrasnoe daleko - latinski

"Прекрасное Далёко" (Mirabile futurum) на латыни в исполнении

Католического хора собора Преображения Господня в Новосибирске.

"Beautiful Away" (Mirabile futurum) in Latin in the performance

of the Catholic Choir Cathedral Transfiguration of Our Lord in Novosibirsk.

Текст на латыни:

Audio vocem de mirabili futuro,

Matutinam vocem, rore humidam.

Audio vocem, et pericula ventura

Turbant mentem, sicut puero cuidam.

R..: Mirabile futurum, ne esto mihi durum,

Ne esto mihi durum, ne esto durum.

Origine ex pura ad optimum futurum,

Ad optimum futurum iam nunc egressus sum.

Audio vocem de mirabili futuro,

Illa vocat me in loca divina.

Audio vocem semper interrogaturam:

Quid iam fecerim pro die crastina?

Iuro me futurum bonum atque castum

Nec amicum relicturum miserum.

Audio vocem et festino hoc vocatu

Via aspera ad illud futurum.

Mirabile futurum

Оиригинал - русский:

Слышу голос из Прекрасного Далека,

Голос утренний в серебряной росе.

Слышу голос - и манящая дорога

Кружит голову, как в детстве карусель.


Прекрасное далеко!

Не будь ко мне жестоко,

Не будь ко мне жестоко,

Жестоко не будь!

От чистого истока

В Прекрасное Далеко,

В Прекрасное Далеко

Я начинаю путь.

Слышу голос из Прекрасного Далека,

Он зовет меня в чудесные края.

Слышу голос - голос спрашивает строго:

А сегодня что для завтра сделал я?


Я клянусь, что стану чище и добрее

И в беде не брошу друга никогда.

Слышу голос - и спешу на зов скорее

По дороге, на которой нет следа.


Прекрасное Далеко

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