Tradition and Style in the Works of Darius Milhaud 1912-1939 (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
228
Utgivningsdatum
2017-03-06
Förlag
Routledge
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781138252080
Tradition and Style in the Works of Darius Milhaud 1912-1939 (häftad)

Tradition and Style in the Works of Darius Milhaud 1912-1939

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Described by Maurice Ravel as one of the most considerable talents in French music of his generation, Darius Milhaud remains a largely neglected composer. This book reappraises his contribution, focusing on the emergence of the composer's style until his Jewish background forced his exile to the United States on the eve of the World War II. The period 1912-1939 spans the crucial years that mark the development of Milhaud's mature style. It was also during this time that he published his most important writings on contemporary music and its relationship to the past. Barbara Kelly discusses the extent to which Milhaud's complex views on the idea of a French national musical heritage relate to his own practice, and considers how his works reflect the balance between innovation and tradition. Drawing comparisons with contemporaries, such as Debussy, Satie, Schoenberg, Stravinsky and Poulenc, the book argues that the rhythmic vitality of Milhaud's style and his modal approach within a polytonal context mark him out as an original and distinctive composer.
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Barbara Kelly is Senior Lecturer in Music at Keele University. She researches on late nineteenth and early twentieth-century French music and on issues of French national identity from 1870-1939. She is author of several articles on Milhaud, Debussy and Ravel, including the Ravel article in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, and chapters in the Cambridge Companion to Ravel and the Cambridge Companion to Debussy. She is preparing a study of Ravel's late works.

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Contents: Preface; Milhaud, Les Six and musical politics in Paris; Milhaud's writings on tradition and identity; Works for music theatre 1: collaboration with Paul Claudel; Works for music theatre 2: the chamber operas; Vocal music: texts and voices; Polytonality, counterpoint and instrumentation; Milhaud and the past; Conclusions: Milhaud's musical achievements to 1939; Bibliography; Index.