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English: Book of Hymns at the Lord's Resurrection (Romanian: "Anastasimatar bisericesc"), page #11, translated from Greek and printed in Romanian with Cyrillic characters by Macarie the Hieromonk in 1823 in Vienna. It depicts the Byzantine music notation style.

Transliteration from Cyrillic to modern Romanian alphabet:


al glasului întâiu
Glas a. [...] pa

Doamne strigatam către Tine / Auzi
mă / auzimă Doamne / Doamne
strigatam către Tine / auzimă /
Ia aminte glasul rugăciunii mele /
când strig către Tine / auzimă



first part
Voice [...]

Lord, I have called You / Hear
me / hear me Lord / Lord
I have called You / hear me /
Look towards the voice of my prayer /
when I call You / hear me
Author I, user:adriatikus, have extracted page #11 from the PDF released by Stavropoleos Monastery, a digitization of the 1823 original found in their library. Originally printed by Hieromonk Macarie in Vienna.


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