BELL RINGING OF THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

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BELL RINGING OF THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH







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Monastic Choir
of the Valaam Monastery
Precentor Hierodeacon German (Ryabtsev)
Hierodeacon German (Ryabtsev)
Hierodeacon German (Ryabtsev)
The Twelve Great Feasts
The Choir Of The Don Cossacks conducted by SERGE ZHAROV
Monastic Choir
of the Valaam Monastery
Precentor Hierodeacon David
Choir of the Moscow Theological Academy and the Laura
of the Holy Trinity
Choir of the Representation Church
of the Laura of the Holy Trinity
and St.Sergius in Moscow
Precentor Vladimir Gorbik
Hymns of the Twelve and other Great Feasts of the Russian Orthodox Church
The Choir of the Church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God in the village of Tarychevo
Precentor Lyudmila Arshavskaya
The combined Choir of the Laura of the Caves in Kiev and the Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary conducted by Hierodeacon Kirill (Borisevich)
The Metropolitan Choir of the Holy Assumption Laura of the Caves
in Kiev conducted by M.S.Litvinenko
The Choir of St.Jonahs Monastery
of the Holy Trinity
Precentor Dmitry Bolgarsky
The Choir of the Laura of the Caves in Kiev conducted by Dmitry Bolgarsky
Divine Services celebrated by His Holiness Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow
Hymns of the Byzantine tradition
The St.John of Damascus childrens and youth choir at the Cathedral of the Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God in St.Petersburg
Precentor Irina Boldysheva
The Moscow Churches" Choir of Singers
Precentor Anatoly Kuleshov
BELL RINGING
THE SVETILEN Ensemble of Folk and Religious Music
The choir of the church of. st. Nicholas in Tallinn. Conducted by Igor Vrona
THE AKATHIST MALE CHAMBER CHOIR
The choir of the Sanaksar monastery of the Nativity of the Mother of God
THE VLADIMDIR SINGERS

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BELL RINGING OF THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

Master bell ringer Petrovsky V.M.

 2006 The Igor Matvienko Production Centre

The present disc presents statutory Orthodox bell ringing as performed by the master of bell ringing from Arkhangelsk V. M. Petrovsky. Immediately after the blagovest we hear the ringing for greetings, with which the Patriarch, hierarchs and other distinguished guests of the Church are met. The calm and solemn everyday ringing is performed before weekday services and after them. The service of the Blessing of the Waters is accompanied by a repeated, quick perezvon, when each bell is struck seven times. The number seven in the Orthodox Church signifies the plenitude of the might and glory of the Lord. The joyful and cheerful pealing of bells announced the first week of Pascha: Today heaven rejoices and the earth is exultant. According to an old custom it is at this time that all people are allowed to go up the bell tower, from the smallest to the greatest, while the master bell ringers during this week show all their art. Bell ringers consider it their sacred duty to preserve and pass on to those who come afterwards the art and customs of Russian bell ringing, a gift which has been granted to them by God.

1.	 Ringing of Church Bells
2.	 Ringing for Greetings
3.	 Everyday Ringing
4.	 Ringing for Service of the Blessing of the Waters
5.	 Ringing for Procession of the Cross
6.	 Ringing for Paschal Week. Mellow Chime
7.	 Festive Ringing. Solemn Peal of Bells

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