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1892 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. Dr. F. X. Haberl, director of the Church-music School, Ratisbon, editor of the complete works of Palestrina, &c. • Second (English) edition translated from the ninth German Edition by Most Rev. Dr. Nicholas Donnelly, Bishop of Canea, Vicar General of Dublin viii, 272 pages • 1892 : : (But the ninth German edition was published in 1890) • Ratisbon, New York, & Cincinnati : : Frederick Pustet • London, Burns & Oates, 17, Portman St., Portman Sq. – R. Washburne, 18a, Paternoster Row. Dublin, M. W. Gill & Son, 50, Upper Sackville St. • This is the 1892 edition of this work by Rev. Dr. F. X. Haberl. He quotes people like Pothier. •