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going back to an even earlier mode and from an earlier level of music's development was restarting its progress. The way we have gone may seem to us inevitable, and even the best, but he is indeed provincial who believes the particular progress we have followed to be the only one. The anthem was even more remarkable. The libretto was St. Francis' famous hymn to the sun. I can only say that the music was certainly equal to those words, which have now about them an overtone of inspiration.
I was glad of the pause which the final prayers gave for recollection. But as the choir withdrew, another voluntarythe equal of that which had first surprised me-flowed out again. When it stopped I thought hours must have passed but, looking up, I saw the light was yet good-indeed, better, for the sun, as it westered, had evidently found apertures in the gray sky, and now, as I glanced up through the bare windows of the choir clerestory, I could see that it was sending its beams the length of the building. I also noticed with the same glance that in the upper trefoiling of the windows' traceries there still remained small fragments of the original stained glass. It was possible that the verger might not close the place until sundown, at least if he saw that someone was still seriously sight-seeing. I glanced down for a moment to see whether the organist were still in situ. Shouldn't I tell him what uncommon pleasure his playing had given me and inquire what composer's work he had been performing? But I hesitated. Experts, I had to own, are not always gracious toward ignorant admirers. Should I be risking a snub?
While I questioned, the light in the organist's small cur-

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