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They were not ashamed to lay their hands on Sedulius, on Prudentius, on St. Ambrose himself. Only in one or two cases does some sense of shame seem to have stopped their nefarious work. They left “Ave maris stella,” “Jam lucis orto sidere,” and St. Thomas Aquinas’s hymns alone (they would have made pretty work of “Sacris solemniis”). In 1629 their mangled remnants were published.
— Rev’d Adrian Knottesford Fortescue (25 March 1916)

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Modal Accompaniment of Gregorian Chant
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• L’Accompagnement modal du chant Grégorien • Parisot, J. (“Jean Parisot” according to WorldCat) • 160+ pages • 1920-1929? : : Published by Librairie de l’art Catholique • 6, Place Saint-Sulpice, 6. • Do not confuse this book by Parisot with the work of Chanoine Francis Potier, or Abbé Ferdinand Portier (who did the 1980’s Solesmes Accompaniments), or the Very Rev. Joseph Pothier. •