Some samples of “Holy Liturgy” by Makar Yekmalyan were allocated to Armenian National Library
“Renaissance” cultural and intellectual foundation allocated some samples of “Holy Liturgy” by Makar Yekmalyan to Armenian National Library.
The book “Holy Liturgy” by Makar Yekmalyan, written for a three-voice male, four-voice male and four-voice mixed choir was first published in Leipzig in 1896. Almost 120 years later, with the blessing of the Etchmiadzin Monastery, the “Holy Liturgy” was re-published in accordance with modern notation standards, Latin transcriptions, musicological preface, analysis and their translations into English. This re-publishment of the book by “Renaissance” foundation had an aim of making this important ritual model of Armenian church accessible to the international community and the diaspora.