I am happy you liked it
Edit: you might like some byzantine secular music then.
Like this one, which is pretty famoushttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lC8AWhEZp5s
Εἰς πρασινάδα λιβαδιοῦ καὶ κάτω 'ς κρύο πηγάδι, κόρη ἔσκυψε νὰ πιῇ νερόν, (νὰ πιῇ καὶ νὰ γεμώσῃ). Φωνήν ἀκού, λαλιὰν ἀκού, φωνὴν καὶ δράκου στόμα: Στάμα ξανθή, στάμα σγουρή, στάμα, μηδὲν γεμίσεις, γιατὶ ἐδῶ στὸν τόπο μας καὶ τὸ νερὸ πουλιέται. Μηδὲ γιὰ χίλια τὸ πουλοῦν μηδὲ γιὰ δυὸ χιλιάδες, μόνο γιὰ κόρης φίλημα καὶ δῶς μας κι ἔπαρέ το.
There is a line that is repeated, something about hearts, but I can't tell exactly what they are saying.
I don't care for the translation on the description at all. She is not there to fill her face (!!!) but a jug or something, she carries. But here are the details of the song:
This wonderful love song was discovered in manuscript No 1203 of the library of the Iviron monastery on Mounth Athos. It is an excellent example of byzantine song writing.
Anyway, Christodoulos Halaris has done a wonderful job of secular music.
It's not everyone's cup of tea though
Πολλ' οίδ' ἀλώπηξ, ἐχῖνος δέ έν, μέγα.