Versions of the Phos Hilaron

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The Phos Hilaron is one of the earliest church hymns noted in the Apostolic Constitutions (3rd or 4th cent.) It has been sung in various tunes and translations in almost every corner of the church from the Byzantine vespers to Chris Tomlin.

Here are a number of  modern versions that I’ve run across:

Uptown Anglican – listen | chart

Peters Branch – listen | chart

Church of the Apostles – listen | chart

Liturgical Folk (Ryan Flanigan) – listen | chart

The Brilliance – listen | chart

David Crowder – listen | chart

Chris Tomlin – listen | chart

Hymnary


–> Find even more versions on this Playlist by The Liturgy Letter

 

 

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