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The Master discusses with his disciples and unveil his preoccupations with society. Tr. Legge (en), Lau (en) and Couvreur (fr).

Lunyu IX. 15. (224)

Confucius's services in correcting the music of his native State and adjusting the Book of Poetry.
The Master said, "I returned from Wei to Lû, and then the music was reformed, and the pieces in the Royal songs and Praise songs all found their proper places."

Legge IX.14.

The Master said, 'It was after my return from Wei to Lu that the music was put right, with the ya and the sung9 being assigned their proper places.'

Lau [9:15]

Le Maître dit : « Depuis que je suis revenu de la principauté de Wei dans celle de Lou, la musique a été corrigée, les Odes de Cour et les Odes aux Ancêtres1 ont été remises en ordre. »

1. Pour les Odes de cour, voir Livre des Odes, les 2' et 3' sections ; pour les Odes aux Ancêtres, voir ibid., 4' section.

Couvreur IX.14.

15. Nabi bersabda, "SekembaliKu dari negeri Wei ke negeri Lu ini, musik telah ditertibkan, sehingga Nyanyian Pujian dan Nyanyian Pujaan telah ditempatkan pada kedudukannya yang benar."
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