Darius Milhaud was a composer and teacher from France. He was a member of 'Les Six' and one of the twentieth century's most influential composers. Polytonality is included in his works, which are inspired by jazz. Milhaud encountered his fellow group members Arthur Honegger and Germaine Tailleferre while training at the Paris Conservatory. Milhaud was a lightning-quick producer for whom composing music was perhaps as normal as breathing. Le boeuf sur le toit, La création du monde, Scaramouche, and Saudades do Brasil are among his most famous pieces.
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