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An update on The Saint John of Damascus Society’s Psalm 103 project

Christ is risen! Truly He is risen!

If it’s not one thing it’s another — exams, grading for finals week, Holy Week, and then I’ve also been working on promotion for the Saint John of Damascus Society’s Kickstarter campaign for the Psalm 103 project.

The campaign is proceeding apace; we’re getting into the home stretch, and we still need everybody’s help we can get to get across the finish line. One very cool thing I can share is that during Holy Week, we got word that a public presentation of our work on this project had been accepted as part of Indiana University’s fall co-curricular program Themester.

Here’s an update video we just posted:

Thanks very much for your support!

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3 Responses to “An update on The Saint John of Damascus Society’s Psalm 103 project”


  1. 1 Fr. Yousuf Rassam 23 May 2013 at 3:10 pm

    Dear Richard,

    Christ is Risen!

    Have you ever seen/ looked at this, by Dmitri Conomos?

    http://www.dowoca.org/files/music/Vespers/ps_103_conomos.pdf

    • 2 Richard Barrett 23 May 2013 at 3:30 pm

      Truly he is risen, Father! I have not seen that before, but I’m certainly familiar with Dmitri Conomos’ work. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!


  1. 1 Orthodox Collective Trackback on 6 May 2013 at 10:33 pm

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