They were not allowed to remove their boots, so thousands had their feet amputated (as the frostbite often turned into gangrene).
Karl Weinmann 1873-1929
This book makes it easy for singers who only know Treble Clef.
Father Weinmann placed plainsong on five (5) lines, yet still used Gregorian notation—including chord symbols!
Some might ask: “Why not just write the name of the note?”
If you can read treble clef, you can read this edition … a brilliant idea!
University professors don’t sit around wondering whether they should teach the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria or Marty Haugen.