Items in the repertoire of the Italian choirmaster, violinist and composer add a the least 160 vocal functions — motets, Offices, and Public — with plans that employed up to 17 voices, and, parts for violins. Buonamente’s instrumental functions inlcuded sinfonias, sonatas, and dances. The many pieces he made up for strings consist of three-part plans — earlier functions — and two to six component pieces in later on works. A few of his compilations have already been dropped (3 of seven books). Buonamente’s compositions show a problem with metrical regularity, violin strategy, and uncommon bass motifs.