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Nicolas Bergier : le dernier théoricien de la Renaissance en France

Abstract : Nicolas Bergier (1567-1623), a native of Rheims and a trained lawyer, wrote La musique spéculative, where harmony and rhythm are associated respectively with femininity and masculinity. Bergier's detailed analyses of rhythm are supported by literary comparisons. Like many works of the 15th and 16th centuries, La musique spéculative contains numerous references to antiquity
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Philippe Vendrix. Nicolas Bergier : le dernier théoricien de la Renaissance en France. « La musique de tous les passetemps le plus beau » : Hommage à Jean-Michel Vaccaro, Klincksieck, pp.369-386, 1998, Domaine musicologique ; 19. ⟨halshs-00266687⟩

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