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  1. I really like the changes in the music and musical styles that you have been adding to especially the morning prayer. And I do hope that more will be presented. But for those of us who didn’t grow up with chant, the music can be hard to follow as it doesn’t always follow what you might call Western rules. They sound much more Eastern.

    I’ve noticed that sometimes you include a link to download the musical notation. It would be great if you could do that for more of the music.

  2. Thank you again for the Divine Office. I live in a care home and we can’t say the Office together, so this is a great help.
    I love the voice of the lady who reads many of the psalms so beautifully.

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