Cataldo Amodei (6 May 1649 – 13 June 1693) was an Italian Baroque musician. He was born in Sciacca and in 1685 was ordained as a priest; in the same year he became maestro di cappella at the church of San Paolo Maggiore, Naples. His compositions are religious in function and include oratorios, motets and cantatas.
- In the series of Renaissance Sicilian composers including Claudio Pari, Pietro Vinci, Antonio Il Verso, Antonio Formica, Tommaso Giglio, Anselmo Fazio, Giovan Pietro Flaccomio, Erasmo Marotta, Sigismondo d'India, Giandomenico Martoretta, Cataldo Amodei, Bartolomeo Montalbano, Bonaventura Rubino, Vincenzo Gallo, Mario Capuana.
- Information about Cataldo Amodei CD including short biography
- Cataldo Amodei: Composizioni liturgiche (in Italian)
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