Graduale Romanum in gabc
  • Greetings,

    I have finished transcribing the 1961 Solesmes edition of the Graduale Romanum into gabc. I'm still proofreading them, but I'm putting them here for anyone who wants them. I intend to provide 1908 Vatican Edition versions of the same Chants.

    Andrew.
  • RagueneauRagueneau
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    Andrew,

    I commend you for all your work. However, I don't see an attachment.
  • oops... trying again...
  • Ben YankeBen Yanke
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    Would it be possible to upload your attachments to a server somewhere? They always get broken when you put them as attachments. Few people will be able to use them like this...
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    Echoing Ben ... or perhaps split into (untarred) smaller pieces?
  • Ben YankeBen Yanke
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    Andrew,

    I'd be willing to host them, if you need somewhere.
  • RagueneauRagueneau
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    I also cannot download the files.
  • francis
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    more echos from me.
  • chonakchonak
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    I've posted a copy of the files here, with copies in zip format for folks who aren't used to tar-format archive files.
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    chonak ... Thank you so much!
  • Mark M.Mark M.
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    Wow… this seems like a monumental effort! Very impressive!

    For those of us who haven't quite made it to the world of Tex — and who are doing GABC via the Gregorio interface instead — is there any way that you might recommend handling the .gabc files? Importing those files into Microsoft Word seems to yield a lot of funny characters.
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    gabc files (like TeX files) are simply text (.txt) files. I edit such files in Notepad, not Word (nor Wordpad).
  • Adam WoodAdam Wood
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    For txt editing that is slightly more robust than notepad- try Notepad++.
  • Mark M.Mark M.
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    I'm still getting characters like these…
    √≥∫≠
    Any suggestions for a non-Word text editor for Mac, aside from TextEdit?
  • francis
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    bbedit is one of the best text editors for mac
  • chonakchonak
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    for Mark M: Are you able to view the individual files at this link?

    If so, you can at least copy and paste the .gabc code into TextEdit or whatever.
  • Mark M.Mark M.
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    chonak: Yes, I discovered that earlier today! Thankfully, going directly to the individual files online (rather than downloading the whole thing as a zipped file) does not seem to yield funny mathematics characters. :)