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Rites et musique en Chine de 1563 à 1700

Abstract : In China, the end of Ming Dynasty and beginning of Qing Dynasty is an important period for the study of the relationship between ritual, music, religion and sectarian issues. While Ricci and his successors tried to adapt European concepts and practices to their own vision of Chinese culture, Chinese Buddhism saw its most important reform, which included the elaboration of new ritual textbooks and the unification of ritual, including partly musical, practices. Thus historical anthropology allows XXIst century interprets to have a inner look to the various conceptions of the relations between language, words, faith, ritual, and music.
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François Picard. Rites et musique en Chine de 1563 à 1700. Le Jardin de Musique - Revue de l’association Musique ancienne en Sorbonne, Association Musique ancienne en Sorbonne, 2008. ⟨halshs-02471538⟩

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