Paris: A. Z. Mathot [PN Z. 827 M.], 1920. First Edition. Beck pp. 60-61. Not in the works list in Milhaud: Notes Without Music, p. 327."By 1914 [Milhaud] had begun to move away from this early style, using more chromaticism, moving to outright dissonance and the first hints of polymodality. Textures became lighter, the piano writing less heavy, and he developed a growing awareness of rhythm as a means of articulating form." Jeremy Drake in Grove Music Online.Louis Aubert (1877-1968) was a French composer and pianist.. Folio. Loose in original green printed wrappers. 1f. (title within decorative border), 27, [i] (publisher's catalogue), 1f. (blank) pp. With an autograph inscription signed by the composer to upper right corner of title: "à Louis Aubert bien amicalement Milhaud"; autograph monogram, "DM," to lower left corner of title.Wrappers slightly worn and browned, small stain to upper, tape repairs to margin of lower; detached and frayed at edges. Small stains to title. (Inventory #: 26854)
Musical Autographs and Manuscripts; Rare Books on Music and Dance; First and Early Editions of Printed Music; Prints, Drawings and Ephemera relating to Music and Dance including Opera and Ballet.
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