Fulvio Caldini

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Fulvio Caldini
Birth nameFulvio Caldini
BornArezzo, Italy
GenresMinimal
Occupation(s)Composer, pianist, musicologist
Instrument(s)Piano

Fulvio Caldini (born 1959) is an Italian composer,[1] pianist and musicologist. Since the 1980s, he has created a large body of works, which are generally composed according to minimalist principles, showing particular influence from the music of Steve Reich. Caldini has a preference for wind instruments (particularly double reeds) in his compositions, frequently writing for his brother Sandro Caldini, who plays the oboe, oboe d'amore and cor anglais (English horn).[2]

Caldini's music is published by Bèrben Edition, Flautando Edition, Moeck Verlag and Edition Tre Fontane.

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Free scores by Fulvio Caldini at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)