Domenico Dalla Bella was a Italian cellist, composer and conductor of the Baroque. Domenico Dalla Bella was working at the beginning of the 18th century at the cathedral in Treviso. His church music was composed both in the strict polyphonic stile antico, in the style of Venice and in the concertante style with instrumental accompaniment. Among the surviving works there is a Requiem, a Te Deum doppelchöriges with instruments ad libitum, two four-part Gloria with strings, and several motets and psalms.
|Cello Sonata in A major||Sonata||Solo Instrument and Piano|
|Veni sponsa Christi||Sonata||Choir and Instrument|