Valentino Bucchi

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Valentino Bucchi (29 November 1916 – 8 May 1976) was an Italian composer.


Bucchi was born in Florence, Italy, the son of musicians. He studied at Luigi Cherubini Conservatory of Music in Florence. He died in Rome, Italy.


Theatrical works

  • Il Giuoco del Barone, opera in one act (1937)
  • Li Gieus de Robin et Marion (1953)
  • Il Contrabbasso, grottesco in one act (1954)
  • Una notte in paradiso, cantafavola in one act (1959-1960)
  • Il Coccodrillo, opera in 4 acts (1969-1970)

Chamber music

  • Sonatina for piano (1938)
  • Sonatina for harp (1944)
  • Racconto siciliano for two pianos (1955)
  • String quartet (1956)
  • Concerto for solo clarinet (1969) JM SANTANDREU plays Concerto per clarinetto (Carta Fiorentina nº 2: Video II Mov.
  • Soliloquios, Monodrama for solo viola (1976)

Vocal music

Orchestral works


This article incorporates translated text from Valentino Bucchi at the Italian Wikipedia.

External links

  • The Valentino Bucchi Foundation (in Italian)
  • Biography (in English and Italian)

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