April 18, 2015: Finnish versions of Bakhmetev’s Of Thy Mystical Supper and the cantata by Mirolybov. Both of these were in progress for several years and are now finally completed!
March 14, 2015: Psalm 33 (34) by A. Shishkin (in Finnish).
February 17, 2015: A few small typos fixed in Gradual Antiphons (Slavonic versions, tones 1–5, 8), other minor enhancements.
February 14, 2015: UCS8 keyboard layout for Microsoft Windows operating systems, for easy entry of Slavonic texts with UCS encoded fonts (see Writings and other materials).
December 19, 2014: Vouchsafe, O Lord (Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Chant, in Finnish, versions for mixed and male choir).
August 8, 2014: Stichera attributed to Tsar Ivan the Terrible (see Transcriptions).
July 31, 2014: Oktaj i azbuka cerkovnago znamennago penija (by L. Kalashnikov, see Chant books).
July 28, 2014: Voznesenskij: O cerkovnom penii pravoslavnoj greko-rossijskoj cerkvi. Bol'shoj i malyj znamennyj rospev. Vols. 1 and 2.
June 13, 2014: Irmologion of 1700 (Lviv); Obikhod of Solovetsky Monastery; Heirmologion of Solovetsky Monastery (see Chant books); Gradual Antiphons (all, Znamenny Chant, harmonized and arr. in Slavonic and Finnish, versions for mixed and male choir, see Church music
in Slavonic and Church music
June 3, 2014: Preobrazhenskij: Kratkij ocherk istorii cerkovnаgo penija v Rossii (RMG 1907).
April 23, 2014: Paschal troparion (in Finnish, suitable for processions).
March 30, 2014: Alleluia by F. Stepanov (in Slavonic and Finnish).
March 16, 2014: Heirmoi of the Theotokos Kanon “I Shall Open My Mouth” (Valaam Chant, in Finnish, a version for male choir and two versions for mixed choir), Most Glorious Saints (doxasticon of litia on the Commemoration of All Saints of North America, in English).
March 6, 2014: A Mercy of Peace (for the Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great, Kievan Chant, arr. Jopi Harri, in Slavonic and Finnish).
January 14, 2014: Resurrectional Orthros Prokeimena (Valaam Chant, in Finnish).
December 30, 2013: Revised version of Magnificat (Valaam Chant, in Finnish).
December 9, 2013: Agni Parthene by St. Nectarios of Aegina, arr. in four parts by Jopi Harri (in Greek, see Non-liturgical music); Bless the Lord, O My Soul (Greek Chant, in Finnish).
July 17, 2012: Obikhod of St. Petersburg Imperial Court
Chapel (“Bakhmetev Obikhod,” 1869), vol. 2.
June 14, 2012: Obikhod of St. Petersburg Imperial Court
Chapel (“Bakhmetev Obikhod,” 1869), vol. 1 (vol. 2 will
be made available in due course).
April 15, 2012: Cherubic Hymn (Greek Chant, simplified,
in Slavonic); Paschal Koinonikon (Znamenny Chant, in Finnish).
April 15, 2012: Христос воскресе! Christ is risen! Kristus
nousi kuolleista! Hristos nouzi kuolielois!
March 21, 2012: The Paschal Kanon with troparia (Common
Chant, in Finnish).
March 10, 2012: O Thou Who Coverest Thyself with Light (Turchaninov, in Finnish).
February 18, 2012: Sborniki of Astrakhan and Nizhny Novgorod
Dioceses (see Chant books);
Jopi Harri: St. Petersburg Court Chant and the Tradition of
Eastern Slavic Church Singing (see Books
and articles); Jopi Harri: Divine Liturgy (in Finnish, available again); Cherubic Hymn (Leonid Malashkin,
in Finnish); Cherubic Hymn ("Vidja razbojnik", in Slavonic,
arr. Jopi Harri).
May 17, 2011: Paschal Exaposteilarion (in Finnish).
March 4, 2010: Pavel Aleppskij: Puteshestvie
Antiohijskago patriarha Makarija v Rossiju v polovine XVII veka, vyp.
2; V. Metallov: Bogosluzhebnoe penie Russkoj cerkvi v period
December 29, 2009: Sokrashchennyj obihod notnago penija
December 11, 2009: Istorija ruskogo cerkovnogo penija
by P. Bazhanskij; a few hymns and settings in Slavonic and Finnish.
August 13, 2009: Common Chant Liturgy (in Slavonic).
July 4, 2009: The Lord's Prayer by Mozart (in Slavonic).
May 23, 2009: Stichera idiomela, transcribed from the Octoechos
by L. F. Kalashnikov.
April 23, 2009: Christ Is Risen (anonymous, in Slavonic).
April 22, 2009: Receive the Body of Christ (in Finnish
and Slavonic, for soprano and mixed choir); Come, Let Us Bless Joseph
(Bortnjanskij, in Finnish).
January 7, 2009: From the Rising of the Sun &
Your Soul Shall Rejoice (in Finnish).
November 30, 2008: Stichera idiomela (Znamenny Chant)
– see Transcriptions. Polyeleos Psalm (Valaam Chant, in Finnish).
August 18, 2008: Additions amongst sections Chant books,
Books and articles, and Church music in Finnish.
July 22, 2008: Valaam Psalm Tones (Finnish) updated. Please
discard the old versions!
July 18, 2008: Obihod cerkovnyj notnago penija raznyh
rospevov (1860; Synodal chantbook, 280 folios).
July 7, 2008: Megalynarion (Velichanie) to Ss. Sergius
and Herman of Valaam (Valaam Chant, in Slavonic).
March 24, 2008: Come Ye and Receive Light from
the Unwaning Light (Paschal Concerto, in Slavonic) by Jopi Harri;
a setting of the Paschal Troparion (in English); Valamo, saari ihmehinen
(a setting of the traditional Pilgrims' Song of Valaam, in Finnish).
March 17, 2008: Õigeusu kiriku põhiviiside noodiraamat
(an anthology of the basic chants of the Orthodox Church, in Estonian).
March 7, 2008: Sävelmäjaksojemme rakenteesta (a
booklet on the Common Chant Tones used in the Finnish Church) by Fr. Aleksanteri
Kasanko (in Finnish).
December 16, 2007: The Divine Liturgy, composed
and arranged by Jopi Harri (in Finnish). Temporarily unavailable.
September 30, 2007: Cherubic Hymn (Valaam
Chant, look at Chant books).
September 28, 2007: Resurrectional
Troparia "Today Salvation Has Come" & "Thou Didst Rise",
Court/Znamenny Chant (in Finnish).
August 25, 2007: Kratkij uchebnik garmonii
by Petr Tchaikovskij.
March 28, 2007: As Many of You as Have Been
Baptised (in Slavonic & Finnish).
February 25, 2007: Heirmoi of the Paschal Kanon
January 29, 2007: Heirmoi of the Great Kanon
January 17, 2007: Two Valaam automela / prosomoia
January 11, 2007: Additions amongst books and
articles to be made good use of.
December 30, 2006: Layout enhancements – now also
some Midi files (more to come in due course); From My Youth by
Jopi Harri (in Finnish, perhaps later in other languages).
December 18, 2006: New titles in the chantbook/book
December 10, 2006: Four works by Nikolaj Bahmetev
November 4, 2006: O House of Ephratha (Valaam
Chant, in Slavonic & Finnish).
August 10, 2006: Sticheron of Lity on Transfiguration
(Valaam Chant, in Finnish).
August 9, 2006: It Is Truly Meet (Valaam
Chant, in Finnish).
July 2, 2006: Magnificat (Valaam Chant,
June 4, 2006: Three works by Peter Mirolybov (1918–2004)
in Finnish, Slavonic and Russian.
May 29, 2006: Music in English by James Chater.
March 3, 2006: Website opened.