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“The problem of the new Missal resides in its departure from the continuous history which was going on before and after Pius V, and that it creates definitely a new book (although with old material). Its appearance is accompanied by a type of prohibition of what was traditional, being such a type of prohibition alien to the ecclesiastical history of law and of liturgy. From my personal knowledge of the conciliar debates and from the repeated reading of the speeches of the Fathers of the Council, I can say with certainty, that this was not intended by them.”
— Cardinal Ratzinger, Letter to Wolfgang Waldstein (14 December 1976)

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1945 The Rhythm of Plainsong (Dom Gajard)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1945 The Rhythm of Plainsong (Dom Joseph Gajard)

• The rhythm of plainsong according to the Solesmes school Joseph Gajard; translated by Dom Aldhelm Dean, monk of Quarr English Book, 67 pages 1945 New York, N.Y., J. Fischer & bro. • Fr. Josef Gajard, OSB, Monk of Solesmes •