Ennio Cominetti (b. 1957) — Fanfare Varsoviensis (2011) for organ
“Fanfare Varsoviensis” (2011) was written for Piotr Rachoń, organist of St. John’s Archcathedral in Warsaw, Poland.
Ennio Cominetti (b. 1957) is an Italian conductor, organist, and composer. His positions have included Professor of Organ at the conservatory in Trapani and director of the Department of Sacred Music of the Arts Academy of Rome. Cominetti has toured extensively as a performer throughout North America, Central America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He was the founding conductor of the Orchestra Cameristica Lombarda, the Ensemble Vocale Soli Deo Gloria, and the Coro Accademico Lombardo. As a composer Cominetti has written numerous works in all genres and has edited publications of many works of Italian composers of past eras. He is also the author of several books, including a biography of Marco Enrico Bossi.
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