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I think every XSLT processor I know of allows you (a) to read the stylesheet from a string in your host application, and (b) to compile it once and execute it repeatedly. The same is true of XQuery - there's no intrinsic reason why one should be faster than the other.

However, rather than calling an XSLT transformation repeatedly from procedural code, why not be more radical, and get rid of the procedural code entirely?
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