Well, in Germany.  This is possibly the most important publication in chant scholarship to come out in the past century.  Its impact will probably not be felt for some time, since it is not a performing edition per se (it is still up to the director to interpret the various notations), and there is not currently a practical method book to explain the performance practice necessary to render the chant effectively.   That’s where Euouae comes in!  This will be the source that I use for all of the Euouae chant performances and recordings.  Watch this blog for more articles about how to put this resource into use in concert and in liturgy.

Adam Bartlett gives a preview over in the Chant Cafe.