Example of polytonality or extended tonality from Milhaud's Saudades do Brasil (1920) Play (help·info), right hand in B major and left hand in G major, or both hands in extended G major.
The Saudades do Brasil (1920), Op. 67, are a suite of twelve dances for piano by Darius Milhaud. Composed after Milhaud's visit to Latin America in 1917-1918, each dance is based on a duple tango or samba rhythm and bears the name of a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro or a Brazilian city. The title of the suite uses the Portuguese term saudade.