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- The morning doxology has it's own tune. in tamgeed, YOU DO say the specific part of the doxology for the patron of the tamgeed...and i think its place is before the difnar reading.
- I don't see the Epouro as a slow version. i believe it's just a separate tune on it's own. Also, we call it 'epouro tune' but it may not be. it is possible that the Adam doxologies/madayeh were always said in that tune and Epouro was just tagged unto them (possibly after adding neknai o panouti to the morning doxology parts and skipping the difnar....this is a lilttle far fetched though.
-the hetinni verses--i do agree it's a new development but mainly from the one we say for the fathers after ekesmaroout. So since you start the tamgeed with ekesmarout, than why not change the hiten for the saint. Also i do see the similarity to Pi-oik but it's not "exactly" the same.