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“From six in the evening, his martyrdom had continued through the ghastly night until nine o'clock in the morning. After fifteen hours of torture rarely if ever surpassed in the bloody annals of the Iroquois, the soul of Gabriel Lalemant was freed from its charred and mutilated prison and summoned to join his comrade Jean de Brébeuf in the radiant splendor of God. March 17th, 1649, was the date; for Brébeuf it had been the sixteenth.”
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1917 Schwann Graduale in Modern Notation
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Römisches Gradualbuch : Auszug aus der vatikanischen Ausgabe des Graduale Romanum : mit deutscher Ubersetzung der Rubriken und Texte : Ausgabe Schwann S1 in moderner Notenschrift. • 1917 5. Aufl. (Fünfte Auflage = probably means fifth edition) • In German : : viii, 433, 109, 130 pages • Düsseldorf : Druck und Verlag von L. Schwann • 1917 Schwann edition in modern notation. Many items are simplified (e.g. the Graduals and Tracts) by adding recto tono’s. They use eighth notes instead of quarter notes (like most other authors). •