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The effectiveness of liturgy does not lie in experimenting with rites and altering them over and over, nor in a continuous reductionism, but solely in entering more deeply into the word of God and the mystery being celebrated. It is the presence of these two that authenticates the Church's rites, not what some priest decides, indulging his own preferences.
— Liturgicae Instaurationes (1970)

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1912 Gregorian Accompaniment Treatise (Abbé F. Brun)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1912 Abbé F. Brun Treatise on Gregorian Accompaniment (PDF)

• TRAITÉ de l’Accompagnement du Chant Grégorien • Abbé F. Brun • 2e Édition : : 1912 : : PARIS : : AU BUREAU D'ÉDITION DE LA “SCHOLA” : : 269, rue Saint-Jacques, 269 : : 1912 : : Tous droits réservés. • 1909 Preface. With a very kind dedication to Abbot Joseph Pothier of St. Wandrille. • Contains many samples (towards end of book) of various Gregorian harmonizers. •