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Like its predecessor, CD K42, which featured R. Hurko's Liturgy, No. 2, this CD contains newly composed liturgical music of extraordinary beauty, skilfully and sensitively performed by a fine professional choir from Ukraine. This CD is a must for all who are interested in following new developments in Orthodox liturgical music worldwide, as well as for anyone who simply loves beautiful choral music. An especially interesting feature is a Hymn to the Mother of God for the Exaltation of the Cross, in which the composer demonstrates his newly developed interest in chant: taking the original melody from the L'viv Irmologion, translating it into English and arranging it for 4-part choir.--V.M.
|1||Roman Hurko||Come, Let Us Worship||Hu-V01||01:43|
|2||Roman Hurko||Bless the Lord, O My Soul||Hu-V02||03:12|
|3||Roman Hurko||Great Litany||Hu-V03||03:54|
|4||Roman Hurko||Blessed is the Man||04:07|
|6||Roman Hurko||Lord, I have cried||Hu-V06||04:41|
|7||Roman Hurko||Gladsome Light||Hu-V07||02:58|
|10||Roman Hurko||Vouchsafe, O Lord||03:17|
|12||Roman Hurko||Song St. Symeon||Hu-V12||02:44|
|13||Roman Hurko||Hail Mother of God||Hu-V13||02:29|
|14||Roman Hurko||Blessed be the Name of the Lord||00:41|
|16||Roman Hurko||Heavenly King||02:42|
|17||Roman Hurko||Let my Prayer Arise||03:53|
|18||Roman Hurko||Irmos of the 9th Ode - Exaltation of the Cross||02:58|
|19||Roman Hurko||Irmos of the 9th Ode - Exaltation of the Cross||03:46|