History of Prostopinije
The Origins of Prostopinije
The Era of Hand-written Irmologia
Printed Collections of Church Plain Chant
Prostopinije in the Nineteenth Century
The Bokshai Prostopinije
Prostopinije in the Twentieth Century - Europe
Prostopinije in the Twentieth Century - America
The Future of Prostopinije
- "Prostopinije" - The liturgical chant according to the Carpatho-Ruthenian Tradition. Byzantine Leaflet Series, No. 23. (Pittsburgh: Byzantine Seminary Press, 1981).
- Roccasalvo, (Sister) Joan L. The Plainchant Tradition of Southwest Rus' (Boulder, CO: East European Monographs, 1986). A book-length study of prostopinije, its history, and the evolution of prostopinije melodies.
- von Gardner, Johann. "Several Observations on Congregational Chanting during the Divine Services" (Liberty, TN: St. John of Kronstadt Press, n.d.). Two articles, originally published in 1969, which describe the congregational singing of prostopinije in Carpatho-Russia between the First and Second World Wars, based on von Gardner's own recollections.
More about aspects of prostopinje:
History - Styles of singing - Rhythm and tempo - Melodies - Learnng - Chant books - Singing the Services