Hymn: Gregorian Chant – "Deum Verum"

March 26, 2017
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  1. Very fine. Thank you – the last Gregorian recording I had was a many-times copied cassette tape which bit the dust decades ago. Can’t say I’ve tried very hard to find other recordings as good, sad to say.
    I don’t know how common they are, but I have a copy of the Liber Usualis that I would be happy to give to you if you had an interest, although as you may know it’s a Roman collection/edition. It was at least pre-Vatican II, I would imagine, being copyrighted in 1962, but still …. I tried, briefly, when I first got it to decipher the musical notation but never managed it.
    If you’re interested, email me and I’ll get it to you.

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