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1914 The Teaching & Accompaniment of Plainsong
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• The Teaching and Accompaniment of Plainsong • Francis Burgess • : : 1914 : : Novello and company limited : : 160 Wardour Street : : London W. I : : MADE IN ENGLAND : : 1914 • Written by an Anglican. “To the Council of the Royal College of Organists” •