Luciano Chailly

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Luciano Chailly (January 19, 1920 in Ferrara – December 24, 2002 in Milan) was an Italian composer and arts administrator of French descent.[1] He was the father of harpist Cecilia Chailly, conductor Riccardo Chailly and journalist Floriana Chailly. As a composer, Chailly was best known for his operas, many of which were composed to libretti by Dino Buzzati.[2]


  1. ^ Martelli, Giuseppe. "LO SAPEVATE ferrarese compositore Luciano Chailly è stato alpino?". noi alpini bolognesi romagnoli.
  2. ^ Pozzi, Raffaele (2001). "Chailly, Luciano". Grove Music Online. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/gmo/9781561592630.article.05363. (subscription or UK public library membership required)

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