Tag Archives: Great Compline

The Day Is Past And Over

This hymn is a translation of troparia used during Great Compline in the Horologion in the Byzantine Liturgy. Here is the original text as it appears in the first edition of Hymns of the Eastern Church (1862). The text in … Continue reading

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O the Mystery, Passing Wonder

This hymn is a translation of most of Ode VIII (Θ) of the Canon from the Great Compline for Holy Thursday, though Dr. Neale states that the are the Stichera for Great Thursday in the First Edition of Hymns of … Continue reading

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