This 1916 ballet, created in collaboration with Jean Cocteau, Léonide Massine and Pablo Picasso, was hailed as Satie’s "cubist manifesto." Stripped of subjective emotion, the work removes basic fragments of melody and simple harmonies from their conventional associations and recasts them in unexpected but logical patterns, much as cubist painters exploded familiar forms into unexpected configurations.
Reprint of Erik Satie, Parade, Editions Salabert, Paris, 1917.
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