chamber music

  1. serious music performed by a small group of musicians
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How To Use chamber music In A Sentence

  • Both of them are nuts about chamber music.
  • There are also educational pieces, numerous compositions of chamber music and two concertos.
  • Originally, chamber music meant secular music, or that of the court as distinct from that of the Church.
  • If I compare it to the symphonies, concerti, and chamber music, it seems rather bland to me, but why deny people their fun?
  • The first half of the concert moved from 16th century recorder music, through Mozart, vocal chamber music, on to rumbustious wind sea shanties and then a lively string quintet.
  • In the space of barely an hour we witnessed a masterclass in how to fuse jazz and chamber music. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both flute parts are included on each flutist's copy - very helpful to young flutists who may not be accustomed to the individual responsibilities of chamber music.
  • They range from the chamber music of the Clarinets, a woodwind trio with Mr. Noriega and Anthony Burr, to the instrumental rock of My Ears Are Bent, an ensemble project led by keyboardist Ted Reichman that features guitarist Mary Halvorson. Dancing in the Swirl of Skirl
  • The music and musicians at Zakopane's second annual On The Heights chamber music festival were intoxicating, the weather was so free of clouds that you could see the great mountain crag that towers 2000 meters above the city, reachable only by ski lift, cable car and climbers. Laurence Vittes: The Musical Beauty of Zakopane
  • I don't like opera ; chamber music is more my style.
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