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Russian Orthodox Christmas, Nativity kontakion 'Today the Virgin' ('Deva Dnes') sung in Slavonic by Jenny and Nat. St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox church in Dallas/McKinney, Texas. Video by Nat (natsense****)
Troparion, Tone 1:
In giving birth thou didst preserve thy virginity; /
in thy dormition thou didst not forsake the world, O Theotokos. /
Thou wast translated unto life, / since thou art the Mother of Life; //
and by thine intercessions dost thou deliver our souls from death.
Kontakion, Tone 2:
The grave and death could not hold the Theotokos, /
who is sleepless in her intercessions and an unfailing hope in her mediations. /
For as the Mother of Life she was translated unto life //
by Him Who dwelt in her ever-virgin womb.
O ye Apostles from afar, being now gathered together
here in the garden of Gethsemane, give burial to my body;
and Thou, my Son and my God, receive Thou my spirit.
Russian Orthodox Christmas, Nativity kontakion, sung by our little choir at St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox church in Dallas/McKinney, Texas. Video by Nat (natsense****)
St. Nicholas Day at St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church in McKinney, Texas. Troparion and Kontakion in English and Slavonic. Short sermon by priest Seraphim Holland.
Some Nativity hymns sung by the choir of St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox parish in Dallas/McKinney, Texas. Troparion, Kontakion, Exapostilarion.