Tomàs Milans i Godayol

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Tomàs Milans i Godayol (Canet de Mar, 1672 - Girona, 1742) was a Catalan composer. He was the son of Marc Antoni Milans i Macià (Canet de Mar, 1625 - 1708) and Marianna Godayol. [1] [2] [3] He was mestre de capella at Girona Cathedral.

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Girona Cathedral cultural property in Girona, Spain

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References

  1. Analecta sacra Tarraconensia: anuari de la Biblioteca Balmes - Volume 72 - Page 36 1999 ", del 10 d'agost de 1682, a Marc Antoni Milans i Maciá L'autógraf s'ha perdut. ... preceptor dels fills de Tomás Gasneri i també es preocupa de Carles i Tomás Milans i Godayol, els quals estudien música a Barcelona, en la capella del Palau,"
  2. Tomàs Milans i Godayol. Tomàs Milans va néixer a Canet de Mar el 1672 i va morir a Girona el 1742. El. 1680, el seu pare, metge de .... España se llama tono y tonada” i la seva música es caracteritza per la introducció de “arias y otros pasos ..
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  4. "Directed by Pere Lluís Biosca, La Xantria will sing works by the organist and composer Joan Pau Pujol – music dedicated to Saint ... Next are motets by Tomàs Milan and Francesc Valls, the latter one of the most important Catalan composers of the baroque period. ... Motets Per a la litúrgia de la Catedral de Girona de Tomàs Milans (1672-1742) (50.68 Kb); Comentari al programa de mà (169.95 Kb) "