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2.  Methode Completede Chant Gregorien, by Dom M. Sablayrolles, O.S.B. (Desclee & Co., Rome).
3. J New School of Gregorian Chant, (2ndEng.Edn.) by Dom Johner, O.S.B. (Pustet, New York).
4.  Kyriale (Rhythmicaledition), by Benedictines of Solesmes; Preface by Dom Mocquereau, O.S.B. (Desclee & Co., Rome).
5.  LesMelodies GrSgoriennes, byDomJ.Pothier,o.s.B.
6.  The Solesmes Transcriptions.
J. Petit Traiti de Psalmodie, by the Solesmes Bene­dictines (by Dom Mocquereau).
8. Le Nombre Musicale, by Dom A.Mocqereau, o.s.B. (Desclee & Co., Rome).
9.  Graduate Fratrum Praedicatorum. XIIIth.centy. At British Museum, ADD. N0.23935.
10.  Correctorium S. Jacobi Parisiensis, Ord. cPraed.y of B.Humbert de Romanis, A.D.1254, at Libra­ry of Dominicans, Rome.
11. La Musique Gregorienne, par Dom Augustin Gatard, O.S.B., de Farnborough (Paris: Lib. Renouard, 6 Rue de Tournon).
12. Analecta Ord. Praedicatorum, 1917. (Rome).
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