Divna in concert CD

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"One of the most pure voices that I've ever heard."

- Lycourgos Angelopoulos, Director of the Byzantine Choir of Greece

Divna in concert CD

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"One of the most pure voices that I've ever heard."
- Lycourgos Angelopoulos, Director of the Byzantine Choir of Greece

Since Divna's first album, Mystères Byzantins, this beautiful and passionate young musician has asserted herself as an outstanding performer of orthodox liturgical repertoire. Here she performs in her second opus, recorded live at the Paris Abbesses' Theatre, one of the most powerful examples of the Byzantine art: Saint Jean Chrysostome's Divine Liturgy.

Divna Ljubojevic was born in Belgrade in 1970. She studied at the Mokranjac Musical School and graduated from the Novi Sad Musical Academy. She practiced religious singing with the choir of Vavedenje monastery, where she was trained by the sisters who held her to the unique style derived from Karlovatz singing, and faithfully cherished traditional Russian singing.

In 1991 she created the Melodi Choir, composed of 10 singers. The repertoire focuses on works belonging to Orthodox sacred music, from the oldest monadic or polyphonic Byzantine, Serbian, Bulgarian and Russian pieces, to contemporary works.

Divna won many awards as a teacher during musical school competitions. In 1997, with the help of Orthodox Bishop Luka, she founded a choir in Paris St. Sava Church, and gave concerts of Slav and Greek liturgical music in Brussels, Senlis and Paris.

01 Exapostilaire of the Dormition of the Mother of God
02 All of you who have been baptised in Christ
03 The Three Kings, Kings of Persia
04 God is with us!
05 Ave Maria
06 Kondakion to the Mother of God
07 Canon of intercession to the Mother of God
08 Verse sung at Great Complines of the Grand Lent Sermon at Easter and associated with the chant of Psalm 150
09 Psalm 102, called "Typiques"
10 Troparions of the Resurrection (Eulogétaires)
11 Hymn to the All-Holy
12 Hymn of the Cherubim
13 Kyrie eleison
14 Polyeleos - Psalms 134 and 135
15 Kondakion of the Annunciation
16 Ad multos Annos
17 Flow, bright waters
18 Prokimenon sung at the Vespers of certain important liturgical celebrations
19 Kondakion of the Nativity of Christ

All singing in Slavonic

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