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An arrangement for Viola & Piano of a work originally for Viola d'amore and Continuo.
Louis-Toussaint Milandre (floruit ca. 1756 – ca. 1776) was a French composer, violinist, viol and viola d'amore player in the court chamber music of Louis XV of France.
Milandre's Méthode facile pour la viole d'amour (Easy Method for the Viola d'amore), published in 1771 (previously thought to be published in 1782), contains thorough information on viola d'amore technique, along with a selection of arrangements and compositions. The method remains an important pedagogical volume.
In 1776, Milandre was editor of L'année musicale, a Parisian musical journal.
Several composers including Louis van Waefelghem, Vadim Borisovsky and Willy Burmester have made arrangements and transcriptions of Milandre's works.
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