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“Church officials frequently asked Tomás Luis de Victoria for his opinion on cathedral appointments because of his fame and knowledge. He was faithful to his position as convent organist even after his professional debut as an organist, and never accepted any extra pay for being a chapelmaster. Held in great esteem, his contract allowed him frequent travel away from the convent, and he attended Palestrina's funeral (in Rome) in 1594.”
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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 •