The Piano in Chamber Ensemble: An Annotated Guide

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Indiana University Press, 2006 - Music - 668 pages
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The Piano in Chamber Ensemble describes more than 3,200 compositions, from duos to octets, by more than 1,600 composers. It is divided into sections according to the number of instruments involved, then subdivided according to the actual scoring. Keyboard, string, woodwind, brass, and percussion players and their teachers will find a wealth of chamber works from all periods.

  

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Contents

Preface to the Second Edition
ix
Using the Guide
xv
Agents or Parent Companies of Music Publishers in the United States
xxiii
Duos for Piano and Violin
3
Duos for Piano and Viola
119
Duos for Piano and Cello
155
Duos for Piano and Double Bass
211
Duos for Piano and Flute
219
Trios for Piano Violin and Viola
437
Trios for Pianos and Miscellaneous Strings
451
Trios for Piano and Two Flutes including Trio Sonatas
480
Trios for Piano and Two Brass Instruments
491
Trios for Piano One Brass Instrument and One Woodwind
493
Quartets for Piano and Strings
503
Quartets for Pianos Strings and Winds
518
Quartets for Piano and Three Woodwinds
531

Duos for Piano and Oboe
274
Duos for Piano and English Horn
291
Duos for Piano and Bassoon
317
Duos for Piano and Saxophone
326
Duos for Piano and Trumpet Cornet
337
Duos for Piano and Trombone
349
Duos for Piano and Horn
360
Duos for Piano and Tuba
372
Duos for Pianos and Miscellaneous Instruments
379
Trios for Piano Violin and Cello
389
Quintets for Piano and Strings
545
Quintets for Pianos Strings and Winds
569
Quintets for Piano and Winds
579
Sextets for Piano and Strings
589
Septets for Pianos and Miscellaneous Instruments
609
Octets for Pianos and Miscellaneous Instruments
623
Anthologies and Collections
629
Annotated Bibliography
637
Index of Works for Two or More Pianos and Other Instruments
645
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Maurice Hinson, one of the foremost authorities on piano literature, is Senior Professor of Piano at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Wesley Roberts is Professor of Music at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky.

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