Hymns of Basilius mass

1. Agios
"Holy God: Holy Mighty: Holy Immortal: Who was born...crucified...ascended...have mercy on us." Called: "The Thrice-Holy Hymn". Chanted in the annual tune before the Litany of the Gospel.

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2. The Annual Psalm
It consists of 4 verses ending with the word: "Alleluia". Its words vary according to the readings of the day. The psalm is chanted in the annual tune. The words of each verse are performed in a recitative form before being chanted.

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3. Oaoonia too
The annual gospel response said as a blessing to the saint of the day, to the intercessor of the church and to Virgin Mary and ends with the blessing of the Holy Trinity. Usually chanted after the sermon.

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4. Ten Goosht Evol
It's the only verse chanted at the end of the orthodox creed composed mainly by the 318 fathers of Nicaes and the 150 of Konstantin where the church announces that it awaits for the resurrection of the dead and the life of the ages to come. Amen.

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5. O nof emo Maria
"Rejoice, O Mary: the maidservant and mother..., ". Beside being chanted as an annual adam aspasmos after the prayer of reconciliation, it is also chanted in St. Mary feasts as well.

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6. Hiten ni
Called: "The hymn of intercessions". Chanted by the congregation for begging the forgiveness of sins by the intercession of Virgin Mary through constant tunes.This hymn slightly differs from the same one chanted in the Gregorian mass.

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7. Epchois Efnouti
"O Lord, God of Hosts, return and look down from heaven: see and visit this vine, ...." It is the annual vastos aspasmos chanted by the congregation. Its words are taken from a part of psalm 80 of Asaf: where it ends with a very strong venerable verse: "Save us.... Have mercy on us.... O Holy..."

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8. Amen, Ton Thanaton
Chanted after the Lamb crosses where the congregation announce their absolute willingness to proclaim the Lord's death and confess His Holy Resurrection.

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9. Erepo Esmo Ethoab
A hymn full of melancholy despite being formulated from the scale Fa major. Chanted by the congregation after the commemoration of saints and those who reposed demanding their holy blessing and asking the Lord to bless us and repose them. Amen.

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10. Osperin
When the priest prays, "Those, O Lord whose souls You have taken, repose them....",the congregation ratifies his words in turn replying: "The Lord is the only one who was, and shall be from generation to generation and unto the ages of all ages, Amen.", and again the melancholic touch continues throughout the hymn as the former one.

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11. Is O Panagio Spatir
Before the confession prayer, as soon as the priest calls the worthy congregation saying: "The Holies are for the holy ....," the congregation rise from bowing down and cry out loudly: "One is the All-Holy Father. One is the All-Holy Son. One is the All-Holy Spirit, Amen".

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12. Psalm 150
During communion, both the deacons and the congregation chant this psalm with its annual tune that changes in the different ritual seasons. The church chants this psalm that motivates God's exaltation persuading people to praise God with the praise instruments of glorification for the great salvation He did for us.

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13. Ek esmaraoot
"Blessed are You in truth, with Your good Father and the Holy Spirit, for You have come and saved us. Chanted during the communion and in the presence of the Pope or the Bishop.

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14. Pi Oik
Annual hymn chanted during the communion from the holy mysteries consisting of 9 verses owing the same repeated melody starting with the words: "The bread of life that came down to us from heaven gave life to the world."

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15. Apekran
A compound long hymn chanted for the glorification of the martyrs and saints in their feasts, and ends with the paralex (a tune repeated alternatively). Its words: "Your name is great: in the land of Egypt: O the blessed: the saint honored among all the saints,....: For truly indeed :your honored memory moved my heart: O Saint, Abba (...)."

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16. Amen Alleluia
The end of the service annual hymns. This hymn has a special speedy mode chanted for glorifying the Lord so that His mercy and peace may be a fortress unto His people.

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