Maurice Cocagnac

Maurice Cocagnac
Born Auguste-Maurice Jean Cocagnac
20 June 1924
Died 18 December 2006(2006-12-18) (aged 82)
14th arrondissement of Paris
Occupation Dominican friar

Maurice Cocagnac (20 June 1924 – 18 December 2006) was a French religious and Dominican priest (Order of Preachers), theologian, painter, writer and singer, as well as a great traveler. Between 1955 and 1960 he became especially known by the new spiritual songs he created and accompanied on guitar throughout France and Germany. He was awarded the Prix Broquette-Gonin in 1985 for his book Les Racines de l'âme indienne.


Theology and spirituality works

Illustrated albums for children

Articles and archives

Numerous articles in L’Art sacré from 1954 to 1969.

Collaboration to collective works :

volume III. ch. VIII: "Art sacré: les images de la foi" and ch. IX : "Éducation chorale : notes sur le chant populaire" (Éd. du Cerf, 1966).

Songs and records

Books on Maurice Cocagnac

External links

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