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The Mystic Bourdon (2008)

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Uploaded by: CarsonCooman (08/31/17)
Composer: Lo Muscio, Marco
Sample Producer: OrganART Media
Sample Set: 2012 Metzler, Poblet Abbey, Spain
Software: Hauptwerk IV
Genre: Contemporary
Marco Lo Muscio (b. 1971) — The Mystic Bourdon (2008) for organ

Italian composer Marco Lo Muscio (b. 1971) is a native of Rome, where he was educated in organ and piano at several conservatories. His teachers included Sergio Fiorentino, Giulio Sforza, and James Edward Goettsche. Lo Muscio has given many hundreds of concerts throughout the world and continues to maintain an active touring schedule as a concert organist and pianist. His musical interests and repertoire are extremely broad, including many works of the standard piano and organ literature, numerous other classical works in his own transcriptions, his own compositions, compositions of other contemporary classical composers, and many organ transcriptions of music by artists active in the field of progressive rock (Emerson, Wakeman, Hackett, etc.). Lo Muscio has collaborated with Steve Hackett (formerly of the English progressive rock band Genesis) and in performing duo with Steve's brother, flutist John Hackett. As a composer, Lo Muscio has written numerous compositions in a personal style that combines a variety of influences: the standard organ literature, the French impressionist piano composers, jazz and blues, music of the medieval period and very early Renaissance, and 20th century progressive rock. Lo Muscio has been artistic director of several Italian organ festivals, and his works have been played around the world by many major concert organists.

Published by Erreffe Edizioni Musicali ( in “Mystic Pieces
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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