To sing this at liturgy is one of my favorite things. All of the embeddables of this music that I could find out there were concert settings of this Lord's Prayer (Kedrov), like this one - and of course I couldn't find any that were in English. But that's OK, it's lovely in it's native tongue (and helpful that we know what they're singing!).
I've certainly sung in my share of choirs over the years, so I obviously have no aversion to sacred choral concert music. In fact, it's rather a passion of sorts for me. But like so much liturgical music, hearing it at liturgy, and particularly singing it in liturgy, is so different from sitting in a concert audience and listening to it. Like the difference between watching a church service on a television and worshipping. The music is at it's best and has it's true life in it's natural habitat. But it's so lovely, I'll settle for posting this.
We don't sing this setting at our church all that often, so singing it at liturgy whenever we do is a special treat for me. I think I'd like to learn to sing it in Slavonic someday.
(YoungerSon sang along in English while I was testing the link. How lucky he is to know this lovely music as a ten year old. He'll have many more years to enjoy it than I do.)