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Saudades do Brasil (12), suite of dances for piano, Op. 67
It contains a gorgeous suite of 10 Brazilian dances that seduced me as I sight-read my way through this afternoon. This is fluff, but really well-written fluff. Milhaud was a pianist, so everything falls easily to hand. And, because this is Milhaud, the music is tonally as slippery and in-your-face as a marble floor after a wine spill. By the time he returned home to Paris exactly two years later, he had many new loves, including the rhythms of Brazil. The set of 10 pieces is one of the offspring of this love affair.
Unexpected pleasures: Darius Milhaud's Saudades do Brasil for solo piano
French composer Darius Milhaud 's Saudades do Brazil is a suite of 12 dances for piano. In English, the title roughly translates to "Fond Remembrances of Brazil"; according to Milhaud , it was "inspired by South American rhythms and not based on folk music. However, Milhaud places the beginning of his work on this suite in Denmark during the summer of , where he was working under Claudel in a similar capacity. Max Eschig published the Saudades in in two volumes as opus 67, with Milhaud 's orchestration of same appearing as Opus 67b in When Milhaud first arrived in the United States in he frequently performed the Saudades in personal appearances with American orchestras. This was partly due to the fact that Saudades do Brazil was one of only three orchestral scores available to Milhaud in the U.