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chamber music

noun [U] uk   us  
music written for a small group of musicians so that it can be performed easily in a small room, or, in the past, in a private home
Translations of “chamber music”
in Korean 실내악…
in Arabic موسيقى الحُجرة…
in Portuguese música de câmara…
in Catalan música de cambra…
in Japanese 室内楽…
in Italian musica da camera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 室內樂…
in Russian камерная музыка…
in Turkish oda müziği…
in Chinese (Simplified) 室内乐…
in Polish muzyka kameralna…
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