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1927 J. H. Arnold Plainsong Accompaniment
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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PLAINSONG ACCOMPANIMENT • By J. H. Arnold • 174+ pages : : 1927 : : 1926 is when the Preface was written • Oxford University Press : : London, Humphrey, Milford : : Printed in England by Henderson and Spalding LTD • Sylvan Grove, Camberwell, London, S E, 15 •