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“The authority of the Pope is not unlimited. It is at the service of Sacred Tradition. Still less is any kind of general ‘freedom’ of manufacture, degenerating into spontaneous improvisation, compatible with the essence of faith and liturgy. The greatness of the liturgy depends—we shall have to repeat this frequently—on its lack of spontaneity.”
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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” •