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Latin Pronunciation According To Roman U

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format Text
Publisher National Music Publishers
Arranger Hall, William D

Price: $16.75

Catalog #08761165

UPC code: 884088542986

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Perhaps the most concise resource of its kind, respected conductor and educator, Dr. William D. Hall, based his Latin Pronunciation guide on the original 1937 St. Gregory Guild publication. Along with specific vowel and consonant Latin pronunciation common in choral music, he also includes the Ordinary of the Mass, the Requiem and the motet, O Magnum Mysterium. Smartly organized for easy access, even practice exercises are included in each section.

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