Teresa Milanollo (b1827; d1904), French, Violinist
Born at Savigliano, near Turin, August 28th, 1827. Virtuoso, pupil of Giovanni Ferrero and Giovanni Morra. Made her first public appearance at the age of seven. In Paris she attracted the notice of Lafont, under whom she studied and afterwards travelled with. She then gave lessons to her younger sister Maria and the two subsequently appeared in France, Germany, Italy, and England. On the death of Maria (1848) Teresa travelled alone until, in 1S57, she married M. Parmentier, when she retired into private life. Compositions : Ave Maria ; chorus for male quartet ; Fantaisie élegiaque for violin ; 2 romances ; Transcriptions and variations for violin and pianoforte. (biographical data comes from the "Biographical Dictionary of Fiddlers"  (1895) by Mason A. Clarke.

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4131 Ruggieri, Francesco small violin 1680c Milanollo        
875 Stradivari, Antonio violin 1728 Dragonetti, Milanollo 1846    1904   
15696 Tourte, François Xavier violin bow 1774-1831* Teresa Milanollo        
18118 Peccatte, Dominique violin bow 1825-1871*        
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