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Using the shoddiest, sleaziest material we have for the purpose of glorifying God is not very sound theology or even very good common sense. […] (In general, when you see a diminished seventh chord in a hymn, run.) And these chords are usually used in bad hymns in precisely the same order in which they occur in “Sweet Adeline.”
— Paul Hume (1956)

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1924 Boulfard Treatise on Gregorian Accompaniment
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Méthode d’accompagnement du chant grégorien : en deux parties, avec de nombreux exemples et l’accompagnement des principales formules mélodiques de chacun des 8 modes • F Boulfard • Paris : Société Saint Jean l'Évangéliste • par F. Boulfard; préf. de Maur Sablayrolles. •