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Byzantine Music


    The increased speed of internet access is beginning to make Byzantine music available on the internet as audio files. At the moment the best site is probably the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese's web page with files in .wav and RealAudio formats.

    To play or listen to sound files - which are very large - you need

    • a fast internet connection [28,800bps]
    • a computer with a sound card
    • appropriate software

    Last Updated: October 17 1998


Byzantine Music - Information and Discussions

Web Pages with Sound Files

Sound Files at this Site
  • Zalongou [Midi format] - A modern Greek Dance
  • Zorba [Midi format] - Zorba's dance
 
 
 
 

Academic Web Pages
Commercial Web Pages
 
These sites are useful sources of information for ordering recorded Byzantine [as well as other Orthodox styles of Church music]

 



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