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In chamber music, Marguerite Melville has produced some worthy works.

It is her chamber music, however, that is responsible for her greatest triumphs.

His one volume of verse, Chamber Music, was published in this country in 1918.

Last year, 1843, he was studying and perfecting himself in chamber music.

They are chamber music, and never were intended to be played in a large room.

Is there a lover of chamber music unfamiliar with Franz Kneisel's name?

But he wrote two pieces of chamber music which have never been excelled—a 'cello sonata and a trio.

Deprived of opera, the Romans devoted themselves to oratorio—which in musical style was much the same thing—and to chamber music.

He was also very productive in the sphere of chamber music, and composed also for the stage.

In the same year he fixed his residence in London, where he gained popularity as a chamber music player.

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