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With this double album, the world premiere recording of Marco Enrico Bossi's complete organ works, undertaken by Andrea Macinanti over 10 years ago, finally comes to an end. Same as the whole complete opera, this dutiful tribute to one of the great and forgotten composers of Italian twentieth century organ music ends on a series of historical instruments that fully document the musical aesthetics of the great organist. The repertoire includes transcriptions of famous pieces by great authors of the nineteenth-century, vocal and instrumental pieces with the original accompaniment of the organ, and some interesting unfinished organ fragments completed for the occasion by Maestro Paolo Geminani.
With this double album, the world premiere recording of Marco Enrico Bossi's complete organ works, undertaken by Andrea Macinanti over 10 years ago, finally comes to an end. Same as the whole complete opera, this dutiful tribute to one of the great and forgotten composers of Italian twentieth century organ music ends on a series of historical instruments that fully document the musical aesthetics of the great organist. The repertoire includes transcriptions of famous pieces by great authors of the nineteenth-century, vocal and instrumental pieces with the original accompaniment of the organ, and some interesting unfinished organ fragments completed for the occasion by Maestro Paolo Geminani.
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With this double album, the world premiere recording of Marco Enrico Bossi's complete organ works, undertaken by Andrea Macinanti over 10 years ago, finally comes to an end. Same as the whole complete opera, this dutiful tribute to one of the great and forgotten composers of Italian twentieth century organ music ends on a series of historical instruments that fully document the musical aesthetics of the great organist. The repertoire includes transcriptions of famous pieces by great authors of the nineteenth-century, vocal and instrumental pieces with the original accompaniment of the organ, and some interesting unfinished organ fragments completed for the occasion by Maestro Paolo Geminani.
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