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A hymn verse need not be a complete sentence, but it must have completed sense as a recognisable part of the complete sentence, and at each major pause there would be at least a “sense-pause.” Saint Ambrose and the early writers and centonists always kept to this rule. This indicates one of the differences between a poem and a hymn, and by this standard most of the modern hymns and the revisions of old hymns in the Breviary stand condemned.
— Fr. Joseph Connelly

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1857 Vesperale (Modern Notation)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Roman vesperal: containing the complete vespers for the whole year. With Gregorian chants in modern notation. • 264 pages – “fifth revised edition” • 1857 : : Baltimore: Published by John Murphy & Co., no. 182 Baltimore street • In the blessing by the Archbishop of Baltimore, he says that Rev. C. Maugin prepared the book. •