VIDEOS: Remote Russian Village Sings Appalachian Style "Christ is Risen"

Source: Russian Faith

May 30, 2020

    

It may sound like the 1800s in the Appalachian mountains of America, but it's much more recent (2020), and in an unexpected location.

A few hours north of Moscow, less than an hour west of Rostov the Great, the tiny village of Davydovo has a group of Russian Orthodox singers who are embracing traditional, American, 19th century Appalachian melodies:

This Russian love for traditional Appalachian music has not been limited to remote Russian villages. It is also being sung in more highly populated areas.

In the Moscow region, these talented singers — inside a beautiful Orthodox Church — recently recorded a lovely rendition of the same song:

"Christ is risen from the dead,
trampling down death by death,
and upon those in the tombs
​bestowing life!"

6/1/2020

Comments
Adrienne Camfield6/3/2020 3:04 am
That was beautiful!!!
Gregory M Kay6/2/2020 2:12 pm
I'm a convert to Orthodoxy. I was born, raised, and lived almost 60 years in West Virginia, the Appalachian region, and this was so beautiful I wept for joy upon hearing it.
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