22 March 1902|
|Died||17 January 2008
|Occupation||Stage actress and reciter|
Madeleine Milhaud was born in Paris. Her father, Darius' uncle, was from Aix-en-Provence, and her mother from Brussels. She began acting at a young age, and had a long career as an actress and reciter.
Darius and Madeleine Milhaud were married in 1925; they had one son, Daniel (born 1930), a painter. Darius' piano suite La Muse Menagère (The Household Muse) is dedicated to her, and depicts their daily life together. She wrote the libretti for his operas Médée, Bolivar, and La Mère coupable.
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