St. John Koukouzeles

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St. John Koukouzeles was the ma├»stor (supreme master of music) of the Greek Byzantine sacred chant. His given name was Papadopoulos and he was born in Macedonia, likely the son of a priest; his mother…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Kratime, Plagal of the 4th Mode Miscellaneous (Classical)
Bless the Lord, Verse from the so called Latran Polyeleos (Psalm 134), for the Feast of the Holy Archangels, 1st Mode Choral
Then he shall speak to them in his anger, 1st hemistich of the Fifth verse of Psalm 2, Plagal of the 4th Mode Choral
Anagrammatismos for Theophany (MS Sinai 1566) Vocal Music
Slava Otzu Choral
Praise the Lord from the Heavens, devotional chant (attrib.) Choral
Voulgarikon (Bulgarian style) in the first plagal mode (Ivrion Monastery Library MS 5.094) Vocal Music
To pani kalon in the first plagal mode (Ivrion Monastery Library MS 5094) Miscellaneous (Classical)
The Wheel, in the second plagal mode (National Library MS 911) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Teretism of the King "Vassileos" in the fourth plagal mode (Ivrion Monastery Library MS 1305) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Protect, O most florious, Calophonic stichere for the Feast of St. Dimitri, Plagal of the 2nd Mode Miscellaneous (Classical)
Orkikato, dance music Miscellaneous (Classical)
He shall grind his teeth and pine away, from verse 10 of Psalm 111, 4th Mode (Papadic Haghia) Choral
The Wheel (Iviron Monastery Library MS 379) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Unnamed work in the second plagal mode (National Library MS 911) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Vladikou E Sveshtenonachalnika (Our Master and High Priest preserve, O Lord, for man years Miscellaneous (Classical)
Psalms Choral
Unnamed work in the fourth plagal mode (the first in National Library MS 911) Miscellaneous (Classical)
"Very Beautiful", in the third mode Orchestral
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