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“Iconographic tradition has theologically interpreted the manger and the swaddling cloths in terms of the theology of the Fathers. The child stiffly wrapped in bandages is seen as prefiguring the hour of his death: from the outset, he is the sacrificial victim, as we shall see more closely when we examine the reference to the first-born. The manger, then, was seen as a kind of altar.”
— Pope Benedict XVI (2012)

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1929 Kyriale Organ Accompaniment (Potiron)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

km0_oak-tome_1929_Accompagnement_du_Kyriale_Vatican HE FOLLOWING BOOK has been made available for free download courtesy of the Jean de Lalande Library. If you appreciate these efforts, please consider making a donation by using the link at the top of the page.

Organ Accompaniments for the Ordinarium Missæ done by Henri Potiron and Dom Jean Hébert Desrocquettes (PDF download):

      * *  (Desrocquettes & Potiron) Kyriale Accompaniment — Version 1

      * *  (Desrocquettes & Potiron) Kyriale Accompaniment — Version 2

      * *  (Desrocquettes & Potiron) Kyriale Accompaniment — Version 3 — (Best Quality)

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Spiral-bound • 115 pages long • index

• Accompagnement du Kyriale Vatican • Dom Jean Hébert Desrocquettes, moine de Solesmes; Henri Potiron, maître de chapelle de la Basilique du Sacré-Cœur; professeur a l’Institut grégorien • French/English Preface – 4, 107 pages • 1929 – Société Saint Jean l'Évangéliste, Declée et Cie, Imprimeurs du Saint Siège et de la Sacrée Congrégation des Rites – PARIS, TOURNAI, ROME – Printed in Belgium • 1929 Accompagnement du Kyriale Vatican • J. H. Desrocquettes & H. Potiron •

These organ accompaniments are done according to the Solesmes Rhythm of the chant.

Version 2 is courtesy of Ted Krasnicki