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“We must say it plainly: the Roman rite as we knew it exists no more. It has gone. Some walls of the structure have fallen, others have been altered—we can look at it as a ruin or as the partial foundation of a new building. Think back, if you remember it, to the Latin sung High Mass with Gregorian chant. Compare it with the modern post-Vatican II Mass. It is not only the words, but also the tunes and even certain actions that are different. In fact it is a different liturgy of the Mass.”
— Fr. Joseph Gelineau (1978)

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1910's Organum Comitans (Peter Wagner)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

km0_oag-tome_1910s_Wagner_Organum_Comitans_1_of_3 HE FOLLOWING BOOK has been made available for free download courtesy of the Jean de Lalande Library. If you appreciate these efforts, please consider making a donation by using the link at the top of the page.

      * *  1910’s Wagner Organum Comitans (1 of 3)

• Dr. Peter Wagner’s organ accompaniments • 1910’s (?) • Graduale Romanum d’après l'édition Vaticane avec accompagnement d’orgue • Paris, Procure Générale de Musique Religieuse • 1ère partie. Proprium de tempore. Cahier 1. Du premier dimanche de l’avent au dimanche de la septuagésime. Cahier II. De le septuagésime à Pâques. Cahier III. De Pâques au dernier dimanche après la Pentecôte.—2e partie, cahier I-II. Proprium de sanctis.—[3e partie]. Messae votivae et missae pro aliquibus locis. •

      * *  1910’s Wagner Organum Comitans (2 of 3)

• Dr. Peter Wagner’s organ accompaniments • Paris, Procure Générale de Musique Religieuse1910’s (?) [See part 1 for more info]

      * *  1910’s Wagner Organum Comitans (3 of 3)

• Dr. Peter Wagner’s organ accompaniments • Paris, Procure Générale de Musique Religieuse 1910’s (?) • [See part 1 for more info]