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Introducing Coda for Qandisa Alaha for the first time in America.

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AP 252c - Introducing Coda for Qandisa Alaha for the first time in America.
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AP 252c

Part Number Part I - Syro Malabar Church
Title Introducing Coda for Qandisa Alaha for the first time in America.
Duration 2:11
Place of Recording The Basilica and Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D. C
Date of Recording 7 September 2013
Youtube URL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9i9jzQPGjqA
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Introducing Coda for Qandisa Alaha for the first time in America.2013

This is the fourth video introducing different performances practices of the most popular Syriac chant, Qandisa Alaha. The videos cover samples from an extended period of time. The present video is a segment from a historical event of the Syro Malabar Qurbana in English at the largest Catholic Church in America, the Basilica and Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D. C., on Saturday, 7 September 2013 (https://youtu.be/aJnk78G_bX4). It was also the inauguration of the concept of a bilingual Qurbana, which has become part of the mainstay in 2021. Currently, many Syro Malabar communities include the Resurrection hymn and the Trisagion in Syriac in their Sunday Celebration of the Eucharist. The younger generation of Syro Malabar Catholics in America is becoming more and more comfortable with the idea of a bilingual Qurbana. We hope other priests will follow this example and make Qandisa Alaha more solemn by incorporating a coda. The addition of "Qandis, qandis, qandisat" ("Holy, holy, Thou art holy") is new. The idea dawned on me during the choir rehearsal for this Qurbana in New Jersey. And it sounds well with the application of dynamics. Those are the most important words in the original song of the angels in heaven. Reference: https://youtu.be/aJnk78G_bX4 Joseph J. Palackal, CMI New York 29 October 2021

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