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proceeding very slowly by degrees

not steep or abrupt

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(Roman Catholic Church) an antiphon (usually from the Book of Psalms) immediately after the epistle at Mass

proceeding in small stages

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(of a topographical gradient) not steep or abrupt

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On the title-page of two of his manuscripts, Vesperale Novum (1750) and Cantus Diversorum, Wade inscribed the word `London', and a number of his manuscripts, including Cantus Diversi (1749, 1751, 1761), Graduale Romanum (two of 1765) and Kyriale (n.
23) None of these theories is entirely compelling, particularly as they do not take into account the possibility that Adeste was composed by someone known to Wade personally, such as Stephen Paxton or any other musician working for the foreign embassy chapels in London, Implausible as it may seem, for instance, Adeste may have been composed by the same man who wrote the Missa Solemnis in G major in Cantus Diversi (1761) and the two copies of Graduale Romanum (1765), namely Thomas Arne, then organist of the Sardinian embassy chapel.