Darius Milhaud: An Autobiography - Notes without Music
by Milhaud, Darius
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1953. First American (stated). Hardcover. VG, clean and tight. Dj has light general shelf wear.. Blue cloth/boards with gilt lettering and silver lines. Red dj with bw photo and bw lettering. x + 356 + xxii pp. with several sections of bw photos. Tops of page edges dyed blue. The fascinating autobiography of composer Darius Milhaud, one of the group known as "les six" in the intellectual life of Paris prior to World War I (The Great War). He was associated most famously with Erik Satie and Jean Cocteau. Includes the complete list (as far as 1953; Milhaud died in 1974) of Milhaud's compositions, compiled by Elena Fels Noth. With numerous bw photos from throughout Milhaud's personal and professional/musical life.
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