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  • [ – ] MaitreMarkScully reply This is from the vespers service held on Saturday nights - Dusk being the end of one day and the beginning of another in ancient times.
    • [ – ] MrOneTwo parent reply That moment on -1:08 making me tremble. I really need to go to some church to hear this in live version.
      • MaitreMarkScully parent reply you will find Russian, Serbian or Ukrainian Orthodox churches in the most surprising places. Romanian, Bulgarian, Georgian, there is bound to be an Orthodox church somewhere near you. They all have similar choirs, except the Greeks, they only have male chanters rather than singing as such.
      • MaitreMarkScully parent reply The thing about Russian Church music is that it is tuned to 432 Htz, all music was tuned to this until 1939 then the BBC made all broadcasts in 440 htz, then the world followed to 440 htz. 432 is what birds and animals are tuned to. There has never been a reason why the change was made or why the BBC started it. But the Russian Church did not change their tuning.
  • [ – ] MarzieMalfoy reply I'm adding these to my Relaxing album. Thank you for posting.
  • [ – ] Cedric000 reply Greek Orthodox Church? Or Russian?
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