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“One must pray to God not only with theologically precise formulas, but also in a beautiful and dignified way. The Christian community must make an examination of conscience so that the beauty of music and song will return increasingly to the liturgy.”
— Pope Saint John Paul II (26 February 2003)

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1913 Gastoué Treatise on Gregorian Chant
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Musique et liturgie. Le graduel et l’antiphonaire romains; histoire et description by Amédée Gastoué : : 302 pages & 7 facsims. • 1913 : : Lyon, Janin frères •