Definition of Graduals

1. Noun. (plural of gradual) ¹



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Definition of Graduals

1. gradual [n] - See also: gradual

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graduals

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graduals (current term)
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Literary usage of Graduals

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1. Illuminated Manuscripts by John William Bradley (1909)
"Triumphs of Petrarch—Books at San Marco, Florence—The Brera graduals at Milan—Other Italian collections—Examples of different localities in the British ..."

2. Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the History by Francis Aidan Gasquet (1902)
"At Ramsey there were " 70 breviaries; 100 .psalters, 4 hymnals, 32 graduals, 39 processionals" (B. Mus. Cott. Roll, xi., 16). And altogether, Mr. Maskell ..."

3. Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the History by Francis Aidan Gasquet (1890)
"Every church and chantry and chapel was supplied." At St. John the Baptist's, Glastonbury, in 1421, there were " 3 missals, 3 graduals, 1 psalter, ..."

4. The History of Music to the Death of Schubert by John Knowles Paine (1907)
"But the German critic does not go quite so far as Burney, who maintains that Byrd's " graduals" are "equally grave and solemn with those of Palestrina to ..."

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