Kammermusik (Chamber Music). Title given by Hindemith to 7 instr. works comp. between 1922 and 1927: No.1 for small orch.; No.2, pf. conc.; No.3, vc. conc.; No.4, vn. conc.; No.5, va. conc.; No.6, viola d'amore conc.; No.7, org. conc.
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