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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 •