Darius Milhaud Compositions
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- Mills College to showcase students' experimental music
- In addition to live musical performances of students' compositions, some installations featuring sound, new musical instruments and multimedia elements will be on display. ... In the 1940s, French composer Darius Milhaud joined the faculty.
- Went to the symphony and a wedding broke out
- “Les mariés,” written for the Swedish Ballet, is a joint composition by the French Six, “Les Six,” a group of young, irreverent composers in roaring '20s Paris.
- Pro Arte concert debuts new piano quintet
- Bolcom's composition receives its world premiere performance by Madison's Pro Arte Quartet on Saturday, March 24, at the Wisconsin Union Theater, located in the Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St., on the UW-Madison campus. The 8 p.
- The moment choral artist Hussein Janmohamed felt accepted by his community
- Janmohamed now works with community groups, choirs and schools to create new techniques and compositions. He sings with the Elmer Iseler ... Works by Darius Milhaud, Hussein Janmohamed, Douglas Schmidt, Alex Pauk.
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