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Georges AURIC & Louis DUREY & Arthur HONEGGER & Jean COCTEAU & Guillaume APOLLINAIRE & Paul CEZANNE & Auguste RENOIR & Francis POULENC & Pierre BONNARD & Maurice DENIS Double programme d'invitation à un concert du Groupe des Six et à la deuxième exposition de la jeune peinture française, Cézanne - Renoir du 17 juin au 4 juillet 1920, Galerie Manzi-Joyant et Cie

Georges AURIC & Louis DUREY & Arthur HONEGGER & Jean COCTEAU & Guillaume APOLLINAIRE & Paul CEZANNE & Auguste RENOIR & Francis POULENC & Pierre BONNARD & Maurice DENIS

Double programme d'invitation à un concert du Groupe des Six et à la deuxième exposition de la jeune peinture française, Cézanne - Renoir du 17 juin au 4 juillet 1920, Galerie Manzi-Joyant et Cie

Paris 1920, 11,5x14,7cm, broché.


Rare first edition of the double program of invitation to the concert of the "Group of Six", given June 19, 1920, and the second exhibition of the Young French Painting, from June 17 to July 4, 1920.
Mule musical event (with the works of) and exhibition of paintings, sculptures by [].

This exceptional document announces the avant-garde concert with the works of Erik Satie, Louis Durey, Georges Auric, and the poems of Jean Cocteau and Guillaume Apollinaire. It was the first of a long series of memorable performances that continued until 1920, sometimes presented under the title "Société Lyre et Palettes" mixing music, poetic readings and exhibitions of modern paintings (from Modigliani, Picasso, Matisse, or still Kisling).
The musical works were performed by their young composers nicknamed "Group of Six", and formed the same year by the poet Jean Cocteau.

This four part concert is composed of: "Trio piece" by Georges Auric, Hélène Jourdan-Morhange and Félix Delgrange; "Chimes" by Louis Durey, Georges Auric and Juliette Meerovitch; "Parade" by Erik Satie, Juliette Meerovitch on a text by Jean Cocteau; "Three poems (" Saltimbanques "," Farewell "and" The bells ") of Guillaume Apollinaire by Arthur Honegger, Rose Armandie and Andrée Vaurabourg.





 

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