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“With all the powers of modern music open to him, from romanticism through French impressionism to the German and Russian modernists, he is yet able to confine all these contradictory forces on the groundwork of the Gregorian tradition.”
— Theodor Rehmann (on Msgr. Jules Van Nuffel)

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1894 Introduction aux mélodies grégoriennes
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1894 Introduction aux mélodies grégoriennes (M. Boyer d’Agen)

• 1894 • Considérations sur le génie du christianisme. “Les beaux-arts.” Jean Auguste Boyé Boyer d’Agen, called Augustin Paris, Poitiers, H. Oudin, “Lettres à Gounod: Sept jours à Solesmes”: p. [111]-171. Published in 1894 Introduction aux mélodies grégoriennes. Boyer d’Agen, Jean Auguste Boyé, called Augustin, 1859- • Boyer d’Agen. • Imprint covered by label: Paris, H. Falque. Cover imprint: Paris, L’Abeille d’or./ “Lettres à Gounod: Sept jours à Solesmes”: p. [111]-171. •