Since then the Society has given three hundred and fifty performances of chamber-music or orchestral works.
The idea of starting a series of matines of chamber-music occurred to me.
In solo pieces, and occasional passages in chamber-music, this rhythm may be given one bow-stroke to each note.
It was, however, an every-day matter especially in chamber-music.
One even finds in this work certain pieces written in the chamber-music style, or in the theatrical manner.
chamber-music did not quite satisfy him, and he had founded this band, which numbered forty-five musicians.
After this he gave himself up to oratorio, symphony, and chamber-music.
chamber-music—The instrumentation of solo combinations is one of the largest and most detailed subjects in the art of music.
Why should the general public appreciate a Bach fugue, an intricate symphony or a piece of chamber-music?
But an organization of chamber-music players would be lost in either place.
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.