troparion


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troparion

(trɒˈpɛərɪɒn)
n
(in the Greek Orthodox Church) a verse or short hymn
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I gather all the soldiers around the tomb, we sing the troparion and kondakion of the Nativity, we kneel, all of us, and sing a trisaghion.
Moreover, before the iconographer began his work, he had to ask a priest to read to him the troparion of the Taboric epiphany, so that, on the one hand, he could understand that he had to be able to become a bright flame of light himself, and on the other, to realize the fact that, in order to see the Taboric light, he himself had to be transfigured.
Such comparison was often used: for example, in the first troparion (56) of the sixth Ode of the canon to the Passion of Christ of the sixth mode: 'You went away, Oh Jesus, carrying your cross, but as Abel from Cain, you suffered from the Jews, come now, and find me, a lost man'.
(98) The 2015 celebration of the Day of Slavonic Writing and Culture on Red Square featured a short hymn (troparion) to the saint Prince Vladimir.
Her two-minute St John of Rila Troparion and Of the Sun Born were melodic and accessible.
The two-hour program was constructed around the troparion, a form of short hymn.
The association's press release called the EAC "an authority of many sins"--a play on words taken from the Troparion of Saint Kassiani, a liturgy sung on Holy Tuesday.
Every part of the office--the psalms and verses on "Lord, I have cried ...", the Aposticha, Troparion, Evlogitaria and so on, finish with a hymn to the Mother of God, and a special hymn, very like the western "angelus" is sung at the end of vespers at times of great feasting: "Hail, Mother of God and Virgin, Mary full of grace, the Lord is with thee.
(56) Her role is explicated by the first Troparion in the first Canon, Ode 8, Festal Menaion 121: "The preordained tabernacle of our reconciliation with God now begins to be.
The 15 parts are ``Come, let us worship,'' ``Bless the Lord, O my soul'' (from Psalm 104), "Blessed is the man (from Psalm 1), "Gladsome light," "Canticle of Simeon," Troparion for the Virgin Mary, Intonation to the Hexapsalm, Polyeleopsalm, Troparia of the Resurrection, "Having beheld the Resurrection," Hymn of Thanksgiving to the Mother of God, the Great Doxology, Troparion of the Resurrection I and Troparion of the Resurrection II and Kontaktion for the Annuniciation of the Virgin Mary.
10.30am The Cathedral Eucharist: Missa Laudis - Peeters, Paschal Troparion - Jeffcoat, Psalm 118, Hymns.
If so, it may also be that the final hymn (Troparion IV) belongs to this earlier form, since it too is mentioned in sources for the Genuflexion from southern Italy.