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The reformers urged for congregational hymn singing. They strongly supported musical creations to renew the repertoire, namely Chorales for the Lutheran Church and Psalms for the Reformed Church.



Protestant music
 Protestant music
Psalm singing
 Psalm singing
Loys Bourgeois (ca. 1510 - 1560)
 Loys Bourgeois (ca. 1510 - 1560)
Claude Goudimel (about 1520 to 1572)
 Claude Goudimel (about 1520 to 1572)
Claude Le Jeune (about 1530 to 1600)
 Claude Le Jeune (about 1530 to 1600)
 
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