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Bellerofonte Castaldi (Modena, c.1581 – Modena, 27 September 1649) was an Italian composer, poet and lutenist. His tabulatures are more complex than for example Kapsberger.[1][not in citation given] Castaldi wrote male parts in his songs for tenors as he was opposed to the practice of castrati or male falsettists singing female parts in cantatas. In the preface to his collection, Primo mazzetto he writes that it is "laughable that a man with the voice of a woman should set about proposing to his mistress".[2][3] Works, editions and recordings Primo mazzetto di fiori musicalmente colti dal giardino bellerofonteo - monodies, duets, and trios, with basso continuo (Venice, 1623). Editions Capricci a 2 stromenti cioè tiorba e tiorbino e per sonar solo varie sorti di balli e fantasticarie (1622). Edited by David Dolata, as Capricci (1622), 2 vols. Recent Researches in the Music of the Baroque Era 142 & 143. Part 1: Duos for Theorbo and Tiorbino; Sonatas for Theorbo. Part 2: Dances and Other Works for Theorbo; Songs with Tablature Accompaniment. Middleton, Wisc.: A-R Editions, 2006. ISBN 978-0-89579-591-5 (vol. 1), ISBN 978-0-89579-592-2 (vol. 2) Recordings Battaglia d'amore. Castaldi's settings of his own poetry. CD. Gian Paolo Fagotto (tenor). David Dolata, lute. Victor Coelho, lute. Neil Cockburn, harpsichord. Il-Furioso. Toccata Classics[Full citation needed] References ^ New Grove[Full citation needed] ^ Julie Anne Sadie (ed.), Companion to Baroque Music, with a foreword by Christopher Hogwood (London: Dent, 1990)[page needed]. ISBN 0460046020. Reprinted New York: Schirmer Books, 1991. ISBN 0028722752. Reprinted Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0198167040. ^ Kathleen Coyne Kelly and Marina Leslie, Menacing Virgins: Representing Virginity in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses, 1999): 233. ISBN 0874136490. This article about an Italian composer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e