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Armenian chant

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  1. the melismatic monophonic chant used in the liturgy of the Armenian Apostolic Church

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  2. like Byzantine chant, consists mainly of hymns

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  3. The chants are grouped in an oktoechos

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  4. The oldest hymns were in prose, but later versified hymns, such as those by Nerses Shnorhali, became more prominent

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  5. Armenian Liturgical Chant

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  6. The official book of hymns, the sharakan, contains 1,166 hymns

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