MARCO ENRICO BOSSI (1861-1925)
Complete Organ Works Vol. III
Marco Enrico Bossi (Born Salò, 1861 - died at sea between New York and Le Havre, 1925), studied at the Milan Conservatory under Polibio Fumagalli (organ), Francesco Sangalli (piano), Carlo Boniforti, Cesare Dominiceti and Amilcare Ponchielli (composition). He was appointed organist and maestro di cappella at Como Cathedral (1881-1889), taught the organ at the Naples conservatory (1890-1895) and was director of the Conservatories and taught composition in Venice (1895-1902), Bologna(1902-11) and Roma (1916-1923). Bossi was a famous performer, composer and teacher (he reorganised the syllabuses of theConservatories), and was the first internationally famous Italian concert artist.