Chamber group Sheet 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.

Title Composer Form Period
O How Amiable are Thy Dwellings Thomas Weelkes Anthem Renaissance
Praise the Lord, O my soul Robert Creighton Anthem Baroque
Weihegesang, Op.65 Friedrich Grützmacher Anthem Romantic
6 Airs variés for Violin and Cello Josephus Fodor Aria / Arietta Classical
Air for 3 Viols, VdGS 1 John Cobb Aria / Arietta Baroque
Aire for 3 Viols Thomas Morley Aria / Arietta Renaissance
Airs for 2 Viols Charles Coleman Aria / Arietta Renaissance
Airs for 3 Viols John Cobb Aria / Arietta Renaissance
Airs for 4 Viols Thomas Brewer Aria / Arietta Renaissance
Aria in E minor for Tenor and String Quartet Simoni dall Croubelis Aria / Arietta Baroque
Aria, Op.5 Lucien Capet Aria / Arietta Early 20th Century
Arie a voce sola Loreto Vittori Aria / Arietta Baroque
Don Sanche's Aria from Don Sanche & le Chateaux de Amour, Opus 1 Franz Liszt Aria / Arietta Romantic
Pura eyntacta Manuel de Zumaya Aria / Arietta Baroque
Bagatela 'With Nosegay in Hand' Josef Suk Bagatelle Romantic
Bagatelles, Op.47 Antonín Dvořák Bagatelle Romantic
Ballade Charles Lefebvre Ballade Early 20th Century
Ballade du fou Alfred Cottin Ballade Romantic
Balletti a cinque Tomaso Albinoni Ballade Baroque
4 Balets de village en trio, Op.52 Joseph Bodin de Boismortier Ballet Baroque
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