Origin of chamber music
Examples from the Web for chamber music
Even tobacco and chamber-music dont make you a bit happy, do they, Mr. Oldmeadow?Adrienne Toner|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
On that day all Kohol was at home, and they came to meet him with chamber-music!Stories and Pictures|Isaac Loeb Peretz
He was probably the last composer to carry on the traditions of this form of chamber-music as perfected by Alessandro Scarlatti.
Since then the Society has given three hundred and fifty performances of chamber-music or orchestral works.Musicians of To-Day|Romain Rolland
It was, however, an every-day matter especially in chamber-music.Beethoven|George Alexander Fischer
British Dictionary definitions for chamber music
Culture definitions for chamber music
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.