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At the early music department of the Paris Conservatory (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse), Jean Saint Arroman teaches stylistic elements of French XVIIth and XVIIIth century music - ornamentation, inégalité, phrasing, theoretical works of the period.

 At the training centre for music teachers (Cefedem Ile-de-France) he teaches chamber music and methodology of musical culture (from 1650 to 1930).

He is in charge of five collections for Anne Fuzeau Productions: four collections of facsimiles (La Musique Française Classique de 1650 à 1800 - Dominantes - Méthodes et Traités - Facsimusic) and the Mnémosis collection (books on music history, form and instruments).

For the facsimile collections he has written over 250 musicological prefaces, often in collaboration with Philippe Lescat.

Jean Saint-Arroman has published:

  • a Dictionary of performance of XVIIth and XVIIIth century French music (Ed. Champion Slatkine, 1983) 
  • a Dictionary of performance of French XVIIth and XVIIIth century organ music (Ed. Champion Slatkine, 1988)
  • Western Music from Gregorian Chant to Bela Bartok, in collaboration with Philippe Lescat (Anne Fuzeau Productions, 1996).

He is currently working on three significant book projects.

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