|Liturgical music is some of the most beautiful and moving
music ever created. It is the most meaningful and substantial because of its subject: the living and loving
God Who created all things. This is why it touches us so deeply, and draws us into its mysterious and
spiritual motion and depth.
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liturgical worship and the music used in these worship forms over the past millennia. The site content
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There has been a renewed interest in sacred or liturgical music in recent years, and liturgical music is
necessarily about the sacred. Liturgics, whether as liturgical worship, music, study or prayer, is but
the offering back to God of our thanks and praise.
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Music: "O Gladsome Light", O Good and Faithful Servant, St. Nicholas Choir, 2006
Artist: St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
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