I recommend his work on organic development. Required reading.Organic Development
The Organic Development of the Liturgy: The Principles of Liturgical Reform and Their Relation to the Twentieth-Century Liturgical Movement Prior to the Second Vatican Council by Alcuin Reid
was a great help to me as I was researching Work of Human Hands
, and provided endless interesting leads to investigate. Good insights and analysis on Jungmann's two key ideas: his corruption theory and "pastoral liturgy. Interesting nuggets, too: Cardinal Spellman travelling to Rome to intervene personally against the new Holy Week.
It's primarily an academic work for someone who is relatively well-versed in matters liturgical, and Reid's documentation is exhaustive. The book has had a considerable influence among those in the Novus Ordo establishment who see the post V2 liturgical reforms as a flop.
One of his criticisms of Work of Human Hands
, by the way, was quite surprising: I went too EASY on Pius XII and his reforms!
Reid has a successor volume in preparation, this one on the post-V2 liturgical reforms. While he doesn't exactly write from what we here would call the "trad perspective," I think it will end up confirming quite a bit of what trads have been saying for decades about the reforms.
I, for one, am greatly looking forward to reading it.