Océane Boudeau

Océane Boudeau


O. Boudeau began her musicology studies at the University of Tours where she supported a Masters in musicology devoted to the rondeaux by Guillaume de Machaut (dir. Olivier Cullin, 2000). She then prepared a DEA then a doctorate under the supervision of Marie-Noël Colette at the École Pratique des Hautes Études which she supported in 2013 (The Office of the Circumcision of Sens (manuscript 46 of the Mediathèque municipale de Sens) ). At the same time, she continued her musical studies at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance of Paris (CNSMDP) where she obtained prizes in History of Music (class of Rémy Campos, 2006) and in Gregorian choir direction (class of Louis-Marie Vigne, 2002). She also taught in college as well as at the University of Rouen (2010-2013) and at the University Paul-Valéry Montpellier III (2013-2014) as a Temporary Attaché for Teaching and Research (ATER). O. Boudeau is currently the beneficiary of a contract financed by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia. Her research project is devoted to liturgical music noted in Portuguese sources as well as to networks for the creation and dissemination of plain song repertoires within the Iberian Peninsula.

Title research contract: Dissemination of the Romano-Frankish Plainchant inside the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages: Assimilation of an International Tradition or Creation of Portuguese Musical Specificities? Reference: CEECIND/03216/2018


Publications and other outputs:

[a publicar] « Les livres liturgiques de la Chartreuse d’Évora (Portugal) témoins de la constitution d’un fonds cartusien et des changements dans la liturgie cartusienne à la fin du XVIe siècle » [Acta musicologica, 2020 ou 2021]

[no prelo] « Introduction, diffusion and composition of Franco-Roman plainsong in the Iberian Peninsula », Changes and Continuities. Global History, Visual Culture and Itineraries, Francisco Diaz, Jorge Tomás García et Yvette dos Santos (dir.), Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

« La fête du nouvel an à la collégiale Saint-Martin de Tours d’après l’ordinaire-coutumier du XIIIe siècle », Revue de musicologie, 105/1 (2019), p. 9-50.

« Un missel ibérique de la seconde moitié du XIIe ou du début du XIIIe siècle (Salamanque, Biblioteca General Histórica, ms 2637) », Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, 3/2 (2016), p. 65-110.