She would float around the house, which was filled with chamber music, in flowing white gowns.
In chamber music, Marguerite Melville has produced some worthy works.
It is her chamber music, however, that is responsible for her greatest triumphs.
That orchestral music does not admit of such frequent changes of time as chamber music, is, of course, an understood fact.
His one volume of verse, chamber music, was published in this country in 1918.
They are chamber music, and never were intended to be played in a large room.
Last year, 1843, he was studying and perfecting himself in chamber music.
Vakoula is not in true opera style, but is far more like symphonic or chamber music.
Is there a lover of chamber music unfamiliar with Franz Kneisel's name?
chamber music known to the modern concert room dates from the first quartet of Haydn, written in 1755.
Music for two or more instruments in which only one musician plays each part. Chamber music is distinguished from music for orchestra, in which, for example, more than a dozen violinists may be playing the same notes. The most familiar kind of chamber music is the string quartet.