songs

Songs about Moravian:

songsDvorák: Moravské dvojzpevy (Moravian Duets) - 11. Zajatá by Dorothea Röschmann from the Album Songs my mother taught me

songsDvorák: Moravské dvojzpevy (Moravian Duets) - 9. Prsten by Dorothea Röschmann from the Album Songs my mother taught me

songsMoravian Gift by Bill Leslie from the Album Christmas in Carolina

songsNa Tych Panskych Lukach (Moravian Folk Tune) by Slova Czech from the Album Slova Czech

songsCome, All Ye Shepherds (Moravian Melody) / The First Noel (French Carol) by Linda McKechnie & The Don Marsh Orchestra from the Album Rhapsody of Christmas, Vol. 2

songsBude Vecer (Song from the Moravian Slovakia) by Slova Czech from the Album Slova Czech

songsMoravian Duets, Op. 32, B. 60 & 62: VIII. The Modest Maiden by Stanislav Mistr & Jaroslav Saroun Prague Singers from the Album Dvorák: Complete Choruses & Duets

books

Books about Moravian:

booksMoravian Daily Texts 2014 North American Edition by Moravian Church IBOC (Nov 20, 2013)

booksThe Moravian Principle by Brad Allen (Aug 1, 2014)

booksMoravians in North Carolina (NC) (Images of America) by Jennifer Bean Bower and Old Salem Museums and Gardens (Dec 11, 2006)

booksCount Zinzendorf and the Spirit of the Moravians by Paul Wemmer (Oct 8, 2013)

booksA History of the Moravian Church by J. E. Hutton (Jan 28, 2013)

booksThe Moravians in Labrador by N/A (May 12, 2012)

booksThe Moravians in Georgia, 1735-1740 by Adelaide L. (Adelaide Lisetta) Fries (Mar 30, 2011)

movies

Movies about Moravian:

moviesFIRST FRUITS Zinzendorf and the Moravians - A Missionary Classic 2009 - Runtime: 1 hr 7 mins

wiki

Wiki information Moravian:

Moravian Church
Religion

The Moravian Church is the oldest Protestant denomination. This church's nickname comes from the original exiles who came to Saxony in 1722 from Moravia to escape persecution, but its religious heritage began in 1457 in Kunvald, Bohemia, today part...

Great Moravia
Country, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Great Moravia, also Moravia or Great Moravian Empire, was the first West Slavic state to emerge from "the most powerful tribal area in Central Europe". Its core territories were located on the northern Morava River along the present-day border of the...