Chamber group music

'Chamber music' is a term used to describe western art music written for a small number of performers (with the exception of solo instrument music). The name derives from the idea that chamber music should be capable of being performed in a small room or chamber. Initially, music for such ensembles was intended to be performer in an intimate fashion, between friends and family, and usually just for pleasure. Eventually, though this practice continued, chamber music moved on to the concert hall.
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Compositores destacados Johann Sebastian Bach  ·  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  ·  Ludwig van Beethoven  ·  Franz Schubert  ·  Johannes Brahms  ·  Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky  ·  Claude Debussy  ·  Franz Joseph Haydn  ·  Felix Mendelssohn  ·  Antonio Vivaldi  ·  Camille Saint-Saëns  ·  Antonín Dvořák  ·  Robert Schumann  ·  Gabriel Fauré  ·  Maurice Ravel  ·  Henry Purcell  ·  Georg Philipp Telemann  ·  Tomaso Albinoni  ·  Niccolò Paganini  ·  Gustav Holst  ·  Johann Pachelbel  ·  César Franck  ·  Luigi Boccherini  ·  Girolamo Frescobaldi  ·  Max Bruch  ·  Anton Bruckner  ·  Anton Arensky  ·  Jean-Philippe Rameau  ·  Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka  ·  Giovanni Battista Pergolesi  ·  Johan Halvorsen  ·  Maria Girbiat  ·  François Couperin  ·  John Dowland  ·  Arcangelo Corelli  ·  Franz Anton Hoffmeister  ·  Ferdinand David  ·  Robert Fuchs  ·  Ernest Chausson  ·  Michael Haydn  ·  Marin Marais  ·  Jan Brandts Buys  ·  Giovanni Cavaccio  ·  Nicolai von Wilm  ·  Fanny Hensel  ·  Giovanni Battista Bassani  ·  Conradin Kreutzer  ·  Franz Xaver Gruber  ·  Gottfried Finger  ·  Paul Arden-Taylor
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