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The Gregorian chant developed in western and central Europe around the 9th and 10th centuries. Some credit Pope Gregory the Great with developing the chant but scholars believe it is more a combination of Gallican and Roman chant with Carolingian synthesis.

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What has the author Norman Holly written?

Norman Holly has written: 'Elementary grammar of Gregorian chant' -- subject(s): Gregorian chants

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