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BIBLIOGRAPHY I
CHIEF SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR THIS BOOK:
1.   Dominican Liturgical Booths, especially the Processi-onarium.
2.   A Grammar ofPlainsong, by the Benedidtines of Stanbrook (Art & Book Co.).
3.   Gregorian Music, An Outline of Musical Palaeo­graphy, by the Benedictines of Stanbrook (Art & Book Co.)
4.   Plain Chant and Solesmes, by Dom P.Cagin,O.S.B and Dom A.Mocqereau O.S.B. (Burns & Oates, Ltd., London).
5.   A Manual of Gregorian Chant, compiled from Solesmes Books and ancient MSS. (Desclee& Co. Rome.)
6.   Rhythmic ^Accompaniment of Plainsong, by Rev. G. Ould, O.S.B. (Ampleforth Journal, July, 1915).
7.   A Primer of Church Music, by Rev. Vincent C. Donovan, O.P. (P.J.Kenedy & Sons, New York).
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FOR FURTHER STUDY SEE THE FOLLOWING WORKS:
I. La PaUographie Musicale, by the Benedictines of Solesmes.
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