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The representative Protestant collection, entitled “Hymns, Ancient and Modern”—in substance a compromise between the various sections of conflicting religious thought in the Establishment—is a typical instance. That collection is indebted to Catholic writers for a large fractional part of its contents. If the hymns be estimated which are taken from Catholic sources, directly or imitatively, the greater and more valuable part of its contents owes its origin to the Church.
— Orby Shipley (1884)

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1952 The Rhythmic Tradition in the Manuscripts
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1952 The Rhythmic Tradition in the Manuscripts (Gajard & Mocquereau)

• André Mocquereau; Joseph Gajard • Translated by Dom Laurence Bévenot • English Book 30 pages • English trans. = 1952 Paris : Society of St. John the Evangelist, Desclée, • Originally published in 1924 by Desclée •