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“The following few hints on the selection of voices may be useful: (1) Reject all boys who speak roughly, or sing coarsely; (2) Choose bright, intelligent-looking boys, provided they have a good ear; they will much more readily respond to the choirmaster’s efforts than boys who possess a voice and nothing more; therefore, (3) Reject dull, sulky, or scatter-brained boys, since it is hard to say which of the three has the most demoralizing effect on his more willing companions.”
— Sir Richard Runciman Terry (1912)

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1930 Feast of the Sacred Heart (Organ Accompaniment)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1930 Feast of the Sacred Heart (Desrocquettes & Potiron)

• Accompagnement de la messe et de l’office du Sacré Coeur de Jésus • Jean Hébert Desrocquettes; Henri Potiron • 1930 • Paris, Société Saint Jean l'Évangéliste, Desclée et Cie • Potiron, Henri (1882-1972) : : Choirmaster of the Sacred Heart Basilica-Paris, Professor at the Gregorian Institute •