The Story of Chamber Music

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From the Introduction. Berlioz, who, by the way, wrote no chamber music save a serenade for two flutes and harp ("L'Enfance du Christ"), in his imaginative fashion somewhere speculates as to which of his own works he would preserve if it were ordained that all except one should perish. In like manner, we may ask ourselves which of the great forms of musical composition we would plead for in case all the rest were doomed to destruction. Music for the orchestra, with its vivid colours, its strength and delicacy; the vast ...

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