Music: In Paris

Deems Taylor, clever American musicmaker, has written a score for the cinema (TIME, Aug. 4). The innovation has been duplicated in France; Darius Milhaud, one of the leaders of Paris's younger set of tonal wits, has composed the musical accompaniment to the new picture L'lnhumaine, which features Mme. Georgette Leblanc.

Darius has defended his new venture as follows: "The cinema interests the musician through its rhythmic life, full of an intensity and a complexity, which in the picture L'lnhumaine becomes mysterious and spiritual. The poetry of machines is effectively interpreted through fantasy and...

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