Bohohlasnyk. A collection of Ukrainian religious songs published by the Uniate Catholic press in Pochaiv in 1790 (see Pochaiv Monastery Press). It contained 247 songs and went through many reprintings in Pochaiv, Kyiv, Lviv, Kholm, and elsewhere up to the 20th century. The Bohohlasnyk was studied by Volodymyr Peretts, Pavlo Zhytetsky, Ivan Franko, Mykhailo Vozniak, and others.

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