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“I grew up listening to Lessons & Carols from Cambridge and that was Advent-Christmas for me. Then I moved to Rome and discovered Rorate Masses, the Novena of the Immaculate Conception with the Tota Pulchra, the Christmas Novena, the O Antiphons, the Aspiciens, the Rorate Coeli, the Alma Redemptoris Mater: that's Advent for me now. I am glad to see seminarians all over the United States doing Lessons & Carols, but are they learning our ancient Roman traditions alongside a 20th-century Anglican one?”
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Treatise on Gregorian Accompaniment (Flor Peeters)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

482 Flor Peeters Method LOR PEETERS WROTE his Practical Method for the Accompaniment of Plain Chant to explain the principles followed in this collection (8 volumes) by Peeters, his teacher (Van Nuffel), and others.


      * *  1949 Treatise on Gregorian Accompaniment (Flor Peeters) — French/English

• Méthode pratique pour l’accompagnement du chant grégorien. • A practical method of plain-chant accompaniment. • Flor Peeters (1903-1986) • vii, 99 pages • 1949 : : Malines [Mechelen], H. Dessain • French/English •

      * *  1943 Treatise on Gregorian Accompaniment (Flor Peeters) — French/Flemish

• Practische methode voor gregoriaansche begleiding. • Méthode pratique pour L’accompangnement du chant grégorien. • Flor Peeters (1903-1986) • iv, 95 pages • 1943 : : Mechelen [Malines], H. Dessain • – Alleenverkoop v. Nederland : W. Bergmans, Tilburg • – O. C. P. 1186 – Pda Abt. 2671 • This 1943 is missing the ERRATA insert that the 1949 has, but it has a handwritten note to Vyverman by Nees. • The 1949 is in French/English, while this one (1943) is in Dutch/French. •


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