Domenico Gallo

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Domenico Gallo (1730 – c. 1768) was an Italian composer and violinist. Born in Venice in 1730, Gallo composed mostly church music, including a Stabat Mater. Gallo also composed violin sonatas, symphonies and possibly violin concertos.

Some trio sonatas by Domenico Gallo were long attributed to Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, including those upon which Igor Stravinsky based his music for the ballet Pulcinella. In fact, half of the surviving works by Gallo were once attributed to Pergolesi, probably because Gallo was little known, Pergolesi was famous and his name would sell the music.[1]


  1. ^ Liner notes by Franz Blaschko for the recording by Parnassi musici of Gallo's 12 Trio Sonatas (cpo 999 717-2)

External links[edit]