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Milhaud

Darius . 1892--1974, French composer; member of Les Six. A notable exponent of polytonality, his large output includes operas, symphonies, ballets, string quartets, and songs
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Many came to California: When Milhaud landed in New York he was offered a job at Mills College in Oakland.
9, 2010 (TAP) - A criminal investigation was opened in the Court of First Instance of Tunis following the murder, on Friday, January 8, of an 18-year-old Tunisian student at the Darius Milhaud high school, in Kremlin-BicE[logical not]tre, Val-De-Marne (France), after having been stabbed by one of his colleagues, said a Tunisian judicial source.
Tango even infiltrated the music of four classically trained composers: Erik Satie Darius Milhaud William Walton and Ernst Krenek.
There's an uneasy, updated soundtrack by Yo La Tengo, but you can also still watch with the original score by Darius Milhaud.
Charles Milhaud, the chairman, told Le Journal du Dimanche newspaper that he felt responsible for the scandal.
The Caisse d'Epargne board will examine the consequences that need to be drawn from the losses, the company's chairman Charles Milhaud reportedly said, adding that the management board's decision earlier this year to stop proprietary trading has not been implemented.
One gentleman to mention is Canadian James Elmes, in works by Chausson and Milhaud.
A declaration of intent worth 350 million was signed in Paris on 16 October by French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Spatial Planning Jean-Louis Borloo, the European Investment Bank's Vice-President Philippe de Fontaine Vive, and Charles Milhaud, president of the Board of Directors of Caisse Nationale des Caisses d'Epargne (savings banks).
They are Ernest Bloch (1880-1959), Mario-Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895-1968) and Darius Milhaud (1892-1974).
Some get hooked on Mahler, Sibelius, Wagner, and so forth--but how many have listened to the delightful music of Darius Milhaud (1892-1974)?
A student of Darius Milhaud, he is one of the acknowledged pioneers in the field of electronic music and an innovator in works involving instruments and other media, including interactive computer music systems.
The roll call of emigres who were able to leave Germany, Austria and Hungary after the Nazis came to power reads like a Who's Who of large sections of modem Anglo-American life: Sir Ernst Gombrich, Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, Arthur Koestler, Lord Weidenfeld, Sir Karl Popper, Sir Alexander Korda, Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Stefan Zweig, Schoenberg, Hindemith, Bartok, Milhaud, Max Ernst, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Fritz Lang, Billy Wilder, Albert Einstein, Thomas Mann, Bertolt Brecht and many others.