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“In all this mediaeval religious poetry there is much that we could not use now. Many of the hymns are quite bad, many are frigid compositions containing futile tricks, puns, misinterpreted quotations of Scripture, and twisted concepts, whose only point is their twist. But there is an amazing amount of beautiful poetry that we could still use. If we are to have vernacular hymns at all, why do we not have translations of the old ones?”
— Fr. Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923)

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1856 Gevaert Method for Accompanying Plainchant
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Méthode pour l’enseignement du plain-chant et la manière de l’accompagner, suivie de nombreux exemples. • F.-A. Gevaert • 6me éd. : : French Book : : 86 pages • 1856 Gand et Liege, • Paris, Chez J. B. Katto, Rue des saints-pèrez 17 • amsterdam, chez th. j. roothan et C_ _ • This school says: “One chord for each note” •