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The soul is distracted from that which is sung by a chant that is employed for the purpose of giving pleasure. But if the singer chant for the sake of devotion, he pays more attention to what he says, both because he lingers more thereon, and because, as Augustine remarks (Confess. x, 33), “each affection of our spirit, according to its variety, has its own appropriate measure in the voice, and singing, by some hidden correspondence wherewith it is stirred.” The same applies to the hearers, for even if some of them understand not what is sung, yet they understand why it is sung, namely, for God's glory: and this is enough to arouse their devotion.
— St. Thomas Aquinas

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1905 Solesmes Kyriale (643)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• The Kyriale or Ordinary of the Mass : with Gregorian chant according to the Vatican edition : with rhythmical signs by the monks of Solesmes • xiv, 72 pages • 1905 : : Rome. – Tournai (Belgium). : : Society of Saint John the Evangelist : Desclée, Lefebvre & Co., Publishers to the Holy See & Printers to the S. Congr. of Rites • PUBLISHER NO. 643