November 11, 2016: Of Thy Mystical Supper; Exapostilarion on Dormition (Greek Chant); Prokeimenon of Wedding (all in Finnish).
November 5, 2016: Penie bozhestvennoj liturgii Zlatoustago pridvornoe prostoe / Пение божественной литургии Златоустаго придворное простое (1805).
November 4, 2016: Valaam chants for stichera (see Transcriptions).
July 2, 2016: Exapostilaria for 15 festal occasions (versions for mixed and male choirs, Greek Chant, in Slavonic), two versions of the Ukrainian “Patriarsheye” Many Years (for male choir, in Finnish).
May 1, 2016: Христос воскресе! Christ is risen! Kristus
nousi kuolleista! Hristos nouzi kuolielois!
April 25, 2016: Heirmologion in Church Slavonic and Finnish (see Books and articles).
April 20, 2016: Paschal Stichera (for mixed choir, Valaam Chant, in Slavonic).
March 7, 2016: Paschal Stichera (for mixed choir, Valaam Chant, in Finnish).
December 30, 2015: Revealing to Thee the Pre-eternal Council (by Chesnokov, in Finnish), Paschal Stichera (for male choir, Valaam Chant, in Finnish), Sticheron of Litia on Transfiguration (Valaam Chant, in Finnish, revised and added version for male choir).
June 17, 2015: Cherubic hymn "Jesuit" (in Slavonic).
May 5, 2015: Paschal Stichera (for male choir, Valaam Chant, in Slavonic).
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.