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was due to inadequate rendering. No one who, during the nineteenth century, heard a High Church attempting plain song, could doubt the failure.
Its new champions, among whom Dean Bathurst was a
stalwart, allowed that this was so. They maintained, however, that if only the right accompaniment could be found, then we should understand why plain song was the voice of real devotion, and how it had held for two thousand and more years (the enthusiasts claimed not only David but Tubal-cain among the virtuosos of their art) the ear of mankind. All this, as every antiquarian knows, might well have remained speculation freaked with unconvincing experiment, but for the discovery of St. Guthlac's psalter. I need not recall the interest that find awoke: The oddness of the discovery itself-that in the binding of seven consecutive (and never-read) moldering volumes of Archbishop Usher's sermons (and, as they were actually moldering, I will not recall the Cathedral Library in which they were salvaged) should have been found sheet after sheet of the invaluable late Saxon manuscript.
Delicate research with ultraviolet lenses revealed that, charming as was the addition to our still far-from-complete series of great scriptory work, a greater treasure was concealed under the surface, as beneath the beautiful surface of a scenic lake may lie sunken treasure. The unique discovery was that the final page (on which now appear those knots and interlacements which scholarship-my own among them. -dismissed as late attempts to imitate the full fancy of the Celtic frets from the Durrow and Kells manuscripts) that page disclosed, underneath what then seemed to us

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