Sept haï-kaïs (French:, "Seven haikais") is a song cycle of mélodies by the French composer Maurice Delage for soprano and chamber ensemble of flute, oboe, B♭ clarinet, piano, and string quartet.
Sept haï-kaïs (French:, "Seven haikais") is a song cycle of mélodies by the French composer Maurice Delage for soprano and chamber ensemble of flute, oboe, B♭ clarinet, piano, and string quartet. Delage composed the work in 1924 based on classical Japanese tanka and haiku poems he translated into French. The work was first performed on 16 February 1925 by the mezzo-soprano Jane Bathori at a concert conducted by Darius Milhaud at the Société musicale indépendante (SMI).
Maurice Charles Delage (13 November 1879 – 19 or 21 September 1961) was a French composer and pianist. Delage was born and died in Paris. He first worked as a clerk for a maritime agency in Paris, and later as a fishmonger in Boulogne. He also served for a time in the French army, before embarking on a music career in his twenties.
Maurice Delage (1879–1961) was a French composer and pianist who showed a profound interest in the music and culture of the Far East. Maurice Delage, ou, La solitude de l'artisan. Delage began his study of music and composition during the post-Romantic period which was a time of great change. New musical and artistic thoughts were being experimented with, especially by composers and artists who were thought to be very radical and extreme in the directions that they were following.
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Auteur-éditeur Maurice Delage. Colette delage, maurice y otros. Edmond Delage, Maurice Rondet-Saint. Published by Bureau de la revue Juillet 1935 (1935).
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