For example evangelium, which in Greek, and hence in Classical, has an ambisyllabic1 [w:], giving [ɛw:a]. How are this and similar words pronounced in (preferrably sung) Roman Ecclesiastical? Is it as a singleton [ɛva], as a geminate [ɛv:a], as [ɛwva] or something else? Or if you have any info on the other traditional pronunciations, such as the German, French or even English one (yay, Lutiny love!), this is also appreciated. I've read a good amount on the topic but don't remember seeing any mention of this.
1 ambisyllabic: belonging to both the preceding and the following syllable