St Romanos the Melodist Society – http: Monumenta Musicae Byzantinae — http: Choir of George Kakoulidis – http: International Society for Orthodox Church Music — http: Vladimir Mazevich’s “Malen’ky Kliros” site: Rossica Choir – http: Chanter’s association of Messologi, Greece – http:
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Christianity and Armenian Culture: Georgian Choir of Tbilisi – http: Komitas Chamber Choir – http: Article by Georgios Stathopoulos – http: Sacred Choral Music [discs] – http: Slavonic Liturgical Resources — http: Georgian sacred and ritual music: Serbian scores – http: Byzantine Chant Audio Clips and Downloads.
Peter Jeffrey — http: Coptic Liturgy of St Gregory mostly in English. Xenophone records – http: The singer shared the messages with her followers on social media.
Parseghian Records – http: Byzantine music history – http: Centrul de Studii Bizantine Iasi [includes the journal Mp33 Musicae Bizantinae and details of other publications] — http: Russian Orthodox Church Music [Tarakanov: Vox Bulgarica Music Publishing — http: Vox Serbicus Serbian music clips, scores and articles — http: Byzantine music as an educational means in Greek – http: Vespers Praises – http: Byzantine chant audio files – http: History of Byzantine Music published – http: Byzantine music links — http: Music by Pavel Pavlovich Morozov — http: Article on Russian bells – colince.
Cappella Romana – http: The Status of Byzantine Music through the 21st century – http: International Society for Orthodox Church Music — http: Makell’s Voices – http: Anthony Monastery in California] — http: Russian Chant Audio Clips and Downloads. Ionian University of Colibde Trisagion — Holy Byzantium.
The Bells of Russia – www. Choir of George Kakoulidis – http: