Rasi was most noted being a talented tenor who starred in Peri’s “Euridice” and probably created “Orfeo” in Monteverdi’s opera from the same name. Apparently students of Caccini he afterwards acceded to the positioning of performing in the Mantuan courtroom for at least two decades. Being a composer Rasi released two amounts of monodies, music and motets, madrigals, and many cantatas. The features of his musical compositions consist of textual sensitivity presented in his rhythmic series, embellished cadences, assonance obvious in most from the musical series aside from the passing shades and suspensions, abundant sequential patterns, contrapuntal vocal actions, and continuo in a few of his strophic music. “Dialoghi rappresentativi” is normally most indicative of his function and most from the dialogues are have scored for three single performers and continuo.