Взбранной воеводе (греческого распева)
Language: Church Slavonic
Взбранной воеводе победительная,
яко избавльшеся от злых,
Ти раби Твои, Богородице;
но яко имущая державу непобедимую,
от всяких нас бед свободи,
да зовем Ти: радуйся невесто неневестная.
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- ENG English (Laura Prichard) , title 1: "Victorious triumphant leader (Greek chant)", copyright © 2016, (re)printed on this website with kind permission
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Victorious triumphant leader (Greek chant)
Language: English after the Church Slavonic
Victorious triumphant leader,
who has saved us from evil,
thanksgiving hymns are sung by
your servants, to You, O Theotokos1;
[you] who have been given invincible power,
from our troubles deliver us,
we call to You: hail, bride-maiden2.
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1 Theotokos = God-bearer, the one who gives birth to God
2 literally, never-wed.
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