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“Since the English is not meant to be sung, but only to tell people who do not understand Latin what the text means, a simple paraphrase in prose is sufficient. The versions are not always very literal. Literal translations from Latin hymns would often look odd in English. I have tried to give in a readable, generally rhythmic form the real meaning of the text.”
— Fr. Adrian Fortescue (1913)

1863 Hermesdorff Graduale (1st version)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1863 Hermesdorff Graduale (1st version)

• Fr. Michael Hermesdorff’s historic Gradual • GRADUALE juxta usum ECCLESIAE CATHEDRALIS TREVIRENSIS DISPOSITUM Quod ex veteribus Codicibus originalibus accuratissime conscriptum et novis interim ordinatis seu indultis Festis auctum Cum approbatione superiorum in lucem edit Michael Hermesdorff, Presbyter Diocesis Trevirensis. • 800+ pages • 1863 : : APUD J. B. GRACH, IBLIOPOLAM.•