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When you consider that the greatest hymns ever written—the plainchant hymns—are pushing the age of eight hundred and that the noble chorale hymn tunes of Bach date from the early eighteenth century, then what is the significance of the word “old” applied to “Mother at Thy Feet Is Kneeling”? Most of the old St. Basil hymns date from the Victorian era, particularly the 1870s and 1880s.
— Paul Hume (1956)

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1913 • Emile Dethier “Psalmi in Notis”
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Psalmi in Notis : : Vesper Psalter : : According to the Vatican Version “Transcribed into modern notation by Emile Dethier, Organist at the Grand Seminary, Liège, Belgium” • Publishing Information: J. Fischer & Bro., New York : : Breitkopf & Härtel : : Leipzig, London, Brussels, and Berlin. Copyright, 1913, by J. Fischer & Bro. British Copyright secured. Fischer’s Edition, No. 3710 • “Approved: James H. McGean, Chairman. Dioscesan Church Music Commission. August 13th, 1913. Imprimatur John Cardinal Farley, Archbishop of New York.” • Based on the Solesmes rhythmics, as evidenced by the Marian antiphons at the back (Salve Regina, Regina Caeli, etc.). •