Byzantine Chant with a large number of voices usually doesn't work, but it sure does with this outstanding choir. This is their third and latest CD, and it contains hymns for Holy Week, picking up where The Gates of Repentance leaves off. It contains all three Lamentation hymns in their entirety, along with some rare hymns and rare settings of familiar hymns.
4. Pascha: Come Receive the Light by Eikona
A stunningly beautiful setting of the Paschal Matins service. Other than the sheer beauty of the chanting (done by three sisters whose voices blend perfectly), the greatest thing about this CD is the renditions of the hymn "Christ is Risen" in multiple languages, including Greek, Slavonic, Arabic, Spanish, Amharic, and of course, English.
(There are also a handful of Paschal hymns on the CD's First Fruits by the Boston Byzantine Choir and Cycles of Grace by Fr. Apostolos, but since these discs are not devoted entirely to Lent or Pascha, I did not include them on the list.)
I strongly recommend that you purchase one or more of these CD's before Lent is over and listen to it/them multiple times. I guarantee that you will not regret it. Your appreciation of the Lenten and Paschal services, and your spiritual life in general, will be greatly enriched. Try your parish bookstore, and if they don't have any of them, try Light and Life Publishing, which is the source of the images in this post.
If you think anything should be added to the list, be sure and let me know