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1927 Proprium Sanctorum (Julius Bas)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Proprium Sanctorum : ad exemplar editionis vaticanae concinnatum. cantum Gregorianum : harmonice modulavit Julius Bas • pages: 300+ • Bas, Giulio (1874-1929) harmonized the melodies for organ • Imprimatur was in 1927, copyright in 1922 by Desclée & Co., Paris. • Sumptibus Societatis S. Joannis Evangelistae. • Desclée et socii. publisher no. 765 • S. Sedis Apostolicae et S. Rituum Congregationis Typographi. • Parisiis – Tornaci – Romae. • Giulio Bas •