Luciano Chailly (January 19, 1920 in Ferrara – December 24, 2002 in Milan) was an Italian composer and arts administrator of French descent. 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.
- Martelli, Giuseppe. "LO SAPEVATE CHE...il ferrarese compositore Luciano Chailly è stato alpino?". noi alpini bolognesi romagnoli.
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