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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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1877 Magister Choralis (F.X. Haberl)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Magister choralis. A theoretical and practical manual of Gregorian chant for the use of the clergy, seminarists, organists, choir-masters, choristers, &c. • By Rev. Francis Xavier Haberl, Cathedral Choir-master, Ratisbon • Translated and enlarged (from the fourth German Edition) by Rev. N. Donnelly, Cathedral Church of the Immaculate Conception Dublin. • About 280 pages • 1877 : : In reality it may be termed a translation of the fifth and latest German edition by Haberl, published in 1877 • Ratisbon, New York, & Cincinnati : : Frederick Pustet • London, Burns & Oates, 17, Portman St., Portman Sq. – R.Washbourne, 18a, Paternoster Row. Dublin, M. H. Gill & Son, 50, Upper Sackville St. • The 1877 edition of this work by Haberl. •