Enjoy a beautiful Serbian Christmas (January 7, New Calendar)

by 1389 on January 4, 2008

in Christianity, Christmas, music, Orthodox Christianity, Serbia

Nativity of Christ

Mir Boji Hristos Se Rodi

Christmas Song Andjeli Pevaju

Andjeli Pevaju

Noć prekrasna i noć tija,
nad pećinom zvezda sija,
u pećini mati spi,
nad Isusom andjel bdi.

Andjeli pevaju,
pastiri sviraju,
andjeli pevaju
mudraci javljaju:
Što narodi čekaše,
što proroci rekoše,
evo sad se u svet javi,
u svet javi i objavi:
Rodi nam se Hristos Spas
za spasenje sviju nas.
Aliluja, aliluja,
Gospodi pomiluj!



Christmas song Badnjače, badnjače

Christmas song Božić blagi dan

Божићна песма, МС Ступови.

Božić, Božić, blagi dan,
Blagog Hrista rođendan,
Božić, Božić, svetli dan,
Sav svetlošću obasjan.

Djeva Hrista rodila,
Pelenama povila,
U pećini Hristos spi,
Sveta Djeva nad Njim bdi.

Slama lepo miriše,
Bogomajka uzdiše,
Utom zvezda zasija,
Pećina se zagrija.

Anđeli se spustiše,
Pastirima javiše:
Vesel’te se svi noćas,
Rodi nam se Hristos Spas!

Kad to čuli pastiri,
Srce im se umiri,
Pa kliknuše svi u glas:
Nek’ se slavi Hristos Spas!

Nek’ mir svuda caruje,
Nek’ se srce raduje,
Nek’ se svako popravlja
I Gospoda proslavlja.

Pa, gle i mi Srbčići,
K’o srebrni zvončići,
Bogomajku hvalimo,
Hrista Boga slavimo.

Božić, Božić, blagi dan,
Blagog Hrista rođendan,
Božić, Božić, svetli dan,
Sav svetlošću obasjan.




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1 Svetlana January 7, 2008 at 11:41 pm

Beautiful, thank you, 1389!

One small correction, though: Serbian Church, along with Russian and Jerusalem Church, goes by the old calendar (Julian), not new, and we simply call it Church calendar. The new, Gregorian calendar, was only recently adopted by the Greek, Romanian and other Sister Churches (in 20th century). This has caused some very painful schisms and problems within each of the Orthodox churches that went with the innovation, primarily within Greek Orthodox Church, now divided among the ‘old calendarists’ (Church calendar) and the new calendarists (Gregorian calendar).

Serbian, Russian and Jerusalem Church have not accepted the change and have not switched to the new calendar (which we sometimes refer to as “the papist calendar”, because it was just another ruse to split the Eastern Orthodoxy). More on the calendar controversy and numerous problems this has caused is available, in great detail, on Patrick Barnes’ exceptional web site dedicated to Orthodoxy.

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