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Stichērarion (Gk., from stichos: ‘verse’, ‘psalm-verse’)locked

  • Gerda Wolfram

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A liturgical book in the Byzantine rite containing the stichēra, the hymns inserted between the verses of psalms at Hesperinos and Orthros.

Stichēraria include both stichēra idiomela and stichēra automela: stichēra idiomela have their own melodies and are usually sung only once during the Church year; ...

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