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“To treat harmony and rhythm in this matter was a difficult matter. Facing numerous problems both large and small—that arose constantly—we understood that a flawless harmonization of Gregorian chant cannot be created by improvisation, no matter the competence and ability of the organist or harmonist.”
— Mons. Jules Van Nuffel, NOH Preface

1912 Graduale in Modern Notation (F.X. Mathias)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Franz Xaver Mathias • Pustet • Epitome ex editione Vaticana Gradualis Romani quod hodiernae musicae signis trad. Dr. Franz Xaver Mathias, prof. • Ratisbonae: Pustet •