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Reader Form (Combined)


PRIEST: PEACE BE UNTO ALL.

READER#1 AND TO YOUR SPIRIT

DEACON: WISDOM

READER#1: THE PROKEIMENON IN THE ____ TONE:

(Prokeimenon for the day)

CHOIR: REPEAT

READER#1: VERSE

CHOIR: REPEAT

READER#2: ( SECOND READER CHANTS SECOND PROKEIMENON - DO NOT CHANT WHAT TONE IT IS)

CHOIR: REPEATS SECOND PROKEIMEMON

DEACON: WISDOM

READER#1: THE READING IS FROM ­­­­­________

DEACON: LET US ATTEND

READER#1: ASSIGNED READING

READER#2 (SECOND READER CHANTS THE SECOND READING AS SOON AS THE FIRST FINISHES WITHOUT CHANTING WHERE THE READING IS FROM)

PRIEST: PEACE TO YOU WHO READ

READER#1 AND TO YOUR SPIRIT ALLELUIA, ALLELUIA, ALLELUIA. (SINCE THERE ARE THREE ALLELUIA VERSES, THE FIRST IS CHANTED IMMEDIATELY BEFORE THE CHOIR RESPONDS. THIS PREVENTS THE CHOIR FROM HAVING TO DO 4 ALLLEUIA REPOSNSES)

CHOIR ALLELUIA,

READER#1: 2ND VERSE.

CHOIR: ALLELUIA,

READER#2 3RD VERSE

CHOIR: ALLELUIA,