Sacred Music Lab
Welcome to St. Nersess Armenian Seminary's Sacred Music Lab. Comprising hundreds of mp3 audio recordings and thousands of pages of musical notation, the SML is the largest electronic archive of Armenian sacred music in the world.
The SML is intended to be a resource for seminarians, deacons and others who are interested in learning the sacred music and chants of the Armenian Church's rich liturgical heritage. In the continually-updated Lab, you will find audio recordings for the deacons' parts, hymns, chants and sharagans from many of the Armenian Church's liturgical services. You will also find printed music to help you learn. Check back frequently for new material, which will be regularly added to the Lab.
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Use the drop-down menu above to select music (Liturgical Resources > Sacred Music Lab).
The St. Nersess Liturgy and Sacred Music Lab has been produced thanks to the generous contributions of:
The Arak-29 Charitable Foundation
Rev. and Mrs. Hovnan Demerjian
Dr. Garabed A. Fattal †
Dr. Nurhan Findikyan
V. Rev. M. Daniel Findikyan
Ms. Tamara Findikyan
Mr. Jack S. Injajigian
Mr. Artur Manukyan
Dn. Khoren Meikhanedjian
Dr. Thomas Samuelian, Esq.
Dr. Farid Shafik
Mary Byloz Endowment Fund of
St. Gregory the Illuminator
Armenian Church (Chicago, IL)
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Telfeyan
Mr. and Mrs. Zaven Touloukian †
Dn. Ryan Yezras Tellalian
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