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1934 Potiron Benediction Accompaniments
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Accompagnement du chant grégorien pour les Bénédictions du T. S. Sacrement : : d’après les “Cantus Selecti” et les “Varii Cantus” • Henri Potiron, maître de chapelle de la Basilique du Sacré Coeur et Professeur a L’institut Grégorien • 99+ pages • 1934 : : No publisher date: Copyright and Imprimatur from 1934 • : : Société Saint Jean L'évangéliste : : Desclée et Cie : : Imprimeurs du Saint Siège et de la Sacrée Congrégation des Rites : : PARIS, TOURNAI, ROME • Made in France • There is no publication year. Imprimatur and Copyright in 1934. Simply put, it is Potiron’s “Solesmes-style” organ accompaniments to many little items not in the Liber Usualis. •