The Byzantine music of Cappella Romana

As we approach Easter you may wish to add to your collection of Byzantine Orthodox music. The best in this field at the moment, in my view, are Cappella Romana. You can buy the CDs or download MP3 format. Click on an image to visit Amazon.

The Fall of Constantinople

Music of Byzantium

Divine Liturgy

Music for Byzantium 330-1453 Exhibition

Get a feel for their music. There are many on You Tube.

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8 Responses to The Byzantine music of Cappella Romana

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  4. Kelley says:

    That music is really cool. I was originally looking for music for a project but now I think i might just listen to some more of this typ of music

  5. john says:

    I love this website, the information is great and I have bookmarked it in my favorites. This is a well organized and informative website. Great Job!

  6. proverbs6to10 says:

    Thanks John. Your comments are very much appreciated. There is so much more to add but as ever time is the enemy!

    Regards

    Tom

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