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“Victoria not only made his professional debut as church organist: he also continued active on the organ bench until the very eve of his death. Indeed, during his last seven years at Madrid (1604-1611) he occupied no other musical post but that of convent organist.”
— Dr. Robert Stevenson (1961)

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1880 Les Mélodies Grégoriennes d'après la tradition
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Les mélodies grégoriennes, d’après la tradition • Abbot Joseph Pothier • French Book : : vii, 268 pages • Par le Rév. Père Dom Joseph Pothier (1835-1923), moine bénédictin de l’abbaye de Solesmes, de la Congrégation de France • 1880 Tournay, Impr. liturgique de Saint Jean L'évangéliste, Desclée Lefebvre • There is as-yet no differentiation between the salicus and scandicus. •