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dec·a·li·ter

(dek'ă-lē'tĕr),
Ten liters.

decaliter

(dek'a-le?ter) [Gr. deka, ten, + Fr. litre, liter]
A measure of 10 L, equivalent to 10,000 ml, or about 10.57 qt.
See: deciliter
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Thus DKL clearly establishes the importance of this corpus, although anyone researching the early Strassburg melodies will also need to use Christian Meyer's Melodies des eglises protestantes delangue allemande: Catalogue descriptif des sources et edition critique des melodies, volume 1, Les melodi es publiees a Strasbourg (Baden-Baden: Koerner, 1987), one of the critical editions cross-referenced in DKL.
The DKL editors, however, obviously felt that these melodies should appear in a separate subsection.
Following the number, the three sigla for the source of the melody - GEdK, RISM, and DKL - are given, together with the letter conveying the confessional identity of the source.
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