Part 1 - Choral

Author: Jane Kodjabashia
Performed by: Choir of "St. Dimitrij" – Markov Monastery, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia 

  • Tropar na sv. Dimitrij, Glas 3
  • O, preslavno chudo, Glas 8
  • Kondak na sv. Dimitrij, Glas 2
  • Te velichame sveti Dimitrije, Glas 7
  • Blazheni, Glas 1
  • Blazhen e onoj chovek, Glas 8
  • Heruvimska pesna, Glas 6
  • Dostojno e, Glas 5
  • Teloto Hristovo, Glas 1
  • O, kakvo bezzakono sobranie, Glas 6
  • Vlechen na Krstot, Glas 5
  • Slava. Gi soblekoa od mene rizite moi, Glas 6
  • I sega. Plekite moi gi dadov na bienje, Glas 6
  • Gledajki Te kako visish na Krstot, Hriste, Glas 2
  • Den e na voskresenie, Glas 5
  • Uspenie na Presveta Bogorodica, Glas 1 (adaptacija: Jane Kodjabashia)
  • Tropar na sv. Kliment, Glas 4
  • Tropar na Krstovden, Glas 1
  • Tropar na Rozhdestvo Hristovo, Glas 4
  • Tropar na Hristovoto Obrezuvanje, Glas 1
  • Tropar na Vodoosvetuvanje I, Glas 8
  • Tropar na Vodoosvetuvanje II, Glas 8
  • Tropar na Bogojavuvanje, Glas 1
  • Tropar na Sretenie, Glas 1
  • Tropar na sv. Preobrazuvanje, Glas 7
  • Tropar na Cvetnata Nedela I, Glas 1
  • Tropar na Cvetnata Nedela II, Glas 4
  • Tropar na Hristovoto Voznesuvanje, Glas 4
  • Tropar na sleguvanjeto na Svetiot Duh, Glas 8

 

Part 2 - Solo

Author : Joan Harmosin Ohridski
Performed by : Jane Kodjabashia

  • Bogorodichen Tropar, Glas 5

 

Part 3 - Solo

Author: Kalistrat Zografski
Performed by : Jane Kodjabashia

  • Da ispravitsja molitva moja, Glas 1
  • Dostojno est, Glas 5
  • Gospodi Vozvah Tebe, Glas 2
  • Gospodi Vozvah Tebe, Glas 3
  • Slava, I ninje, Glas 1

About the author

Jane Kodjabashia (1942) studied music theory at the Music Academy of Belgrade and solo singing / vocal studies at the Faculty of Music Arts in Skopje, Macedonia. He specialised Eastern Christian liturgical chant and Palaeography at the Music University of Bucurest, Romania, with professor Sebastian Barbu – Bukur, where he completed and defended his doctoral dissertation on “Music culture from Byzantine tradition on territory of Macedonia in 19th century”.

Jane Kodjabashia has written 12 books and a number of editorial columns in various specialised publications in Macedonia and internationally. At present, he is a professor of Church singing at two theological education centres: Orthodox Faculty of theology and Macedonian Orthodox Seminary in Skopje. For his research and scientific achievements, Jane Kodjabashia received the prestigious “13 November” award of the city of Skopje.