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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. •