My First Attempt

From last night’s Vespers. There were four of us at the kliros, two tenors and two basses. Psalms and stichera.

Psalm 140 (141), “Lord I Call Upon Thee,” is Kievan. The stichera, with moving ison (no, I am not the chanter; I’m singing ison) are Russian Common Chant, popularly misnamed Obikhod. The bells, of course, are on the censor. By the way, the only music we had for this was Psalm 140. For the stichera, all we have are pointed texts and the tone (mode) for the week.

I finally gave up on audacity. I found I could cut up the audio file with Boisoft video splitter. And no, I have no idea what happened to the graphic. Ask Windows Movie Maker.

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