Tel-Aviv: Israeli Music Publications Limited [PN I. M. P. 2001], .
5 volumes, each act bound separately. Folio.
- Act I: Original publisher's blue printed wrappers.  (title),  (copyright statement),  (facsimile dedication),  (cast list),  (staging notes),  (notes on first performance),  (synopsis in English),  (synopsis in French), -84 pp.
- Act II: Original publisher's pink printed wrappers.  (synopsis in French), 86-140 pp.
- Act III: Original publisher's yellow printed wrappers.  (synopsis in French), 142-188 pp.
- Act IV: Original publisher's green printed wrappers.  (synopsis in French), 190-268 pp.
- Act V: Original publisher's orange printed wrappers.  (synopsis in French), 192-316 pp.
In French and Hebrew. With facsimile dedication: "Cette ouvre a été commandée par la Koussevitzky Foundation in the Library of Congress, Washington D. C. Elle et écrite à la mémoire de Nathalie M. Serge Koussentzky et dédiée au peuple d'Israel à l'occasion du trois millième anniversaire de la foundation de Jerusalem."
Wrappers slightly soiled; minor remnants to gutter of title. Light browning to first and last leaves in each volume.
"A more generalized Jewish inspiration is apparent in many works ... In his epic opera David he portrays the warrior-king’s life and its effect on present-day Israelis ..."
"[Milhaud] was associated with the avant garde of the 1920s, whose abundant production reflects all musical genres. A pioneer in the use of percussion, polytonality, jazz and aleatory techniques, his music allies lyricism with often complex harmonies. Though his sources of inspiration were many and varied, his music has compelling stylistic unity." Jeremy Drake in Grove Music Online.
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