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Free PDF Download: Complete Gospel Acclamations (172 pages) • Le Moyne & Le Jeune
published 9 July 2014 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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For your congregational “Order of Worship,” this might help :

Gregorian Notation (Image)   •   Modern Notation (Image)

These correspond perfectly with an exciting new publication for Catholics in the pews.