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Pour les grands et les autres : La réforme oratorienne du plain-chant

Abstract : The Congrégation de l'Oratoire, founded in 1611 by Pierre de Bérulle (1575-1629), sought a reformed ecclesiastical chant capable of reinforcing individual or collective prayer. In his Brevis psalmodiae ratio (Paris, 1634) and Le David françois, ou traité de la saincte psalmodie (Paris, 1641) the Oratorian François Bourgoing (1585-1662) introduced the notion of rhythmic value in the incipit. This new musical element was occasionally contested by his contemporaries, such as the Oratorian Nicolas-Joseph Poisson (1637-1710)
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Philippe Vendrix. Pour les grands et les autres : La réforme oratorienne du plain-chant. Colloque international Plain-chant et liturgie en France au XVIIe siècle, 1992, Asnières-sur-Oise, France. pp.87-96. ⟨halshs-00265977⟩

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