Lord I Have Cried

The following media files contain recordings of the Lord I Have Cried as sung during Vespers in the Eight Byzantine Tones.  It is based upon arrangements as sung by Professor Basil Kazan and transcribed into western music notation by Raymond George. 

Fully scored music notation for these hymns can be obtained by contracting the bookstore of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America.


  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 1
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 2
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 3
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 4
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 5
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 6
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 7
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
  Lord I Have Cried, Tone 8
Slow introductory verse of Lord I Have Cried as sung at Vespers, as arranged by Professor Basil Kazan.
 
 

 

 

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