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"Since such is the nature of man that he cannot easily without external means be raised to meditation on divine things, on that account holy Mother Church has instituted certain rites, namely that certain things be pronounced in a subdued tone (canon and words of consecration) and others in a louder tone; she has likewise made use of ceremonies such as mystical blessings, lights, incense, vestments, and many other things of this kind in accordance with apostolic teaching and tradition, whereby both the majesty of so great a sacrifice might be commended, and the minds of the faithful excited by these visible signs of religion and piety to the contemplation of the most sublime matters which are hidden in this sacrifice."
— Council of Trent (Session XXII)

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1903 Abbé Brune Gregorian Accompaniment Treatise
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Nouvelle Méthode élémentaire de L’accompagnement du Plain-chant : : d’après les principes de l'ècole traditionnelle : : a l’usage du clergé, des séminaires et des maitrises par L’Abbé ÉM. Brune, organiste et maitre de chapelle de la Cathédrale de Saint-Claude Troisième édition : : entièrement refondue et augmentée 140+ pages 1903 : : En vente chez l’auteur et à Paris, à la librairie HATON, 35, rue Bonaparte • has approbations from 1883 and 1884 •