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Psalter with the canticles and hymns of the church pointed for chanting and set to appropriate chants by Church of England

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Published by Novello in London .
Written in English


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Treble part.

Statementedited by F.A.G. Ouseley and E.G. Monk.
ContributionsOuseley, Frederick Arthur Gore, Sir, 1825-1889., Monk, Edwin George.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19172047M

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