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First verse of Psalm 140 as chanted in the Eastern Orthodox daily Hesperinos (vespers) service.

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Title: First verse of Psalm 140 as chanted in the Eastern Orthodox daily Hesperinos (vespers) service.
- Attribution -  
Discipline: Eastern
Language of chant text: Greek
Notation family: Post_Byzantine
Date range:  A.D. 1860
Rite: BYZ
Service: DH    GH
Genre: Stcr     
Occasion: Hesperinos
- Accession -  
Incipit: Κυριε εκεκραξα
Siglum: Sim Kar 59
Location: ff. 2v-3r
- Physical Description - 
Dimensions of manuscript:
Height = ?  mm . Width = ?  mm
Layout:  [unavailable]
- Manuscript Provenance -  
• From mss of the collection of the Protopsaltes of the Great Church Konstantinos Byzantios (+1862).
• Personal Collection of Simon Karas, Athens, Greece. Ms was brought to Athens from Constantinople by Simon Karas; date of transfer unknown.
- Cultural Context -  
First verse of Psalm 140 as chanted in the Eastern Orthodox daily Hesperinos (vespers) service. The present composition is attributed to Petros Lambadarios the Peloponnese (+1777) and is the "syntomon" melic style of the New Anastasimatarion attributed to him.
- Bibliographic References -  
• Terzopoulou, K., Ho protopsaltes tes tou Christou megales ekklesias, Konstantinos Byzantios kai he symbole tou ste psaltike techne, Athenai 2004, Ekdosis tou Hidrymatos Byzantines Mousikologias, Meletai 9, pg. 181.
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Transcriber:  Rev. Dr Constantine J. Terzopoulos
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 Edited chant text:
 Κυριε εκεκραξα προς σε, εισακουσον μου, εισακουσον μου, Κυριε. Κυριε εκεκραξα προς σε, εισακουσον μου, προσχες τη φωνη της δεησεως μου. Εν τω κεκραγεναι με προς σε, εισακουσον μου Κυριε.
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