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chamber music

noun as in classical music performed by a small group of musicians

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He also played in freelance string quartets after finishing his ScD and met his wife, Gail, playing chamber music.

In 1984, he recorded a solo piano album called “Children’s Songs,” while also composing a work of chamber music, “Lyric Suite for Sextet.”

Bolling’s most famous crossover number was his “Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano,” recorded with Rampal on a 1975 album that was nominated for a Grammy for best chamber music performance.

She would float around the house, which was filled with chamber music, in flowing white gowns.

Later on it was repeated at a chamber music evening of the Musical Society.

String players were particularly popular, not only for chamber music concerts but also for private balls.

Chamber music concerts, song recitals, and oratoric performances,—all are of great advantage to the earnest student.

Hence, an enormous demand for chamber music, both vocal and instrumental, especially the latter.

He also organised a string quartet, and was considered a most excellent performer of chamber-music.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chamber music, such as: concert music, longhair music, and symphonic music.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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