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suspected intervals, built up behind the chanted words a sense of volume which gave the words themselves a background that made one realize that one was listening to lamentations and exultations, despairs and aspirations, that were not merely old when Nineveh was new, but were dateless. The little human cry seemed to be breaking like a surface crest from a deep billow of universal desire and bafflement. The great breathing of the instrument rose and fell behind the voices. The only simile that I can think of which will at all describe the three-dimensional richness-the feeling that this music was, as it were, extending down time as well as filling space-is a crude one, I know. There are some frets which are pretty enough in themselves, but, place one behind the other, and there a sudden unsuspected richness of pattern is revealed.
The Magnificat and the 1Vunc Dimittis were really quite splendid-but stranger. The chants for the Psalter had been clear and consistent plain song, which owed its arresting quality to the fine and careful singing being backed and unbelievably enriched by the outstanding handling of this unique instrument. With the two Christian chorales I could not help feeling-though, as it will be seen, I am no musician-that some local composer-perhaps the odd organisthad developed a new composition. I had often been told that Bach's extraordinary achievement was due to the fact that he resolutely continued to develop polyphony when the more superficial masters were certain it was wholly worked out and hurried on to the newer lodes. It crossed my mind that in the music I was hearing some new "old master" was being even more radically conservative, -he was

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