|Dates||born late 1740s|
|Notes||The Panormo family (originally from Palermo and then named 'Trusiano') was famous in several branches of lutherie in different parts of Europe. Giovanni detto Panormo was born in Palermo (1746), died ? Naples (p. 1783). He was active as a woodwind instrument maker in Naples. Two flautini attributed to him are known to have been sold in 1783 to the Teatro Fondo in Naples, though this seems rather late for recorders.|
Panormo's stamp was IOAN: | PANORM: and variants including IOAN: | PANORM: | NEAPOLI and PANORM | E FIGLI | NAPOLI
de Avena Braga (2012; 2015: 53-54); Nocerino (2009: 795-797).