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Veronica Brandt holds a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering. As editor, she has produced fine publications (as well as valuable reprints) dealing with Gregorian chant, hymnody, Latin, and other subjects. These publications are distinguished on account of their tastefulness. She lives in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia, with her husband Peter and five children.
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"Impelled by the weightiest of reasons, we are fully determined to restore Latin to its position of honor, and to do all We can to promote its study and use. The employment of Latin has recently been contested in many quarters, and many are asking what the mind of the Apostolic See is in this matter. We have therefore decided to issue the timely directives contained in this document, so as to ensure that the ancient and uninterrupted use of Latin be maintained and, where necessary, restored.”
— Pope John XXIII (22 February 1962)

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Wrapped in the Liber Usualis
published 20 June 2015 by Veronica Brandt

wrapped big HIS IS MY TWO YEAR OLD DAUGHTER on an uncharacteristically peaceful afternoon. The scarf is an experiment with photomosaics and a print on demand company called Redbubble.

The idea came while doing the washing up, mulling over how to make a design big enough to cover a bedspread. What if the pages of a book were laid out in a pleasing pattern? How would it look using the Liber, with it’s variations of light music and denser areas of text?

Curiosity and irascible appetite got the better of me and the end result is available here on Redbubble.

wrapped foot The scarf comes up first, but the bedspread idea is still available there if you dig around. The scarf seemed to have potential as an alternative to my regular mantilla, though the large polyester square is very different to my regular cotton lace mantilla. The greeting card shrinks the design down so it is impossible to read the pages, but you can click on the photo to the left to see that the scarf is quite readable, apart from a few places where a page has been cropped too closely.

The technical meanderings are briefly described here.

And I would like to wish my mother a Happy Birthday for today too.