Tomás Milans

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Tomás Milans (Spanish) or Tomàs Milans (Catalan) (1672–1742) was a Spanish composer. During the War of the Spanish Succession, 1702–1713, he was director of the capilla real.[1]

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  1. ^ The First Peninsular War, 1702-1713 Alan David Francis - 1975 "The director of the royal choir was a well-known musician named Tomas Milans."