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Daily Archives: 19 December 2006
I hesitate to do this. Inevitably, someone will see this post, jump to a self-satisfied conclusion, and say, “Aha!” Liam challenged me in one of the Musical Style threads what I would consider “great” in the body of Glory and … Continue reading
If you feel astronomically inclined, you can vote on the image of the year from the Cassini probe. This happens to be one of my favorites, but I haven’t made my selection just yet.
The typical edition of the books of Gregorian chant is to be completed; and a more critical edition is to be prepared of those books already published since the restoration by St. Pius X. It is desirable also that an … Continue reading