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“You have thereby removed from the celebration of the Mass all superstitions, all greed for lucre, and all irreverence … removed its celebrations from private homes and profane places to holy and consecrated sanctuaries. You have banished from the temple of the Lord the more effeminate singing and musical compositions.”
— Bishop Racozonus, speaking at the last session of the Council of Trent (1563)

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1895 Keinle Treatise on Gregorian Chant
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Théorie et pratique du chant grégorien : manuel à l’usage des séminaires, des écoles normales et des maîtrises • Dom Ambrosius Kienle (Ambroise Kienle, 1852-1905, Moine Bénedictin de la Congrégation de Beuron) • TRANSLATED from German (presumably) into French by Dom Henri-Laurent Janssens • (Henri-Laurent Janssens [1855-1925] de l’abbaye de Maredsous, de la même Congrégation) • Deuxième édition. • 1895 : : IMPRIMERIE LITURGIQUE DE S. JEAN L'ÉVANGÉLISTE, DESCLÉE, LEFEBVRE & CIE, Editeurs Pontificaux. – Tournay (Belgique) – 1895. • Propriété. •