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Friday, December 24, A.D. 2010
Arabic Nativity

For those of you on the new calendar, I wish you a lovely Christmas Eve. Here is some Arabic chant—evidently for the Nativity.

The following Arabic Nativity follows the more familiar (to me, anyway) Byzantine style. It reminds me of Saint John Koukouzelis’ work.

Enjoy the feast, and redeem the time.

Posted by Joseph on Friday, December 24, A.D. 2010
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