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Chamber Music

Of the numerous forms of collective music-making, one of the most rewarding is chamber music. Its value is derived not only from the more complex musical texture, but from the challenge and pleasure of making music together. Moreover, it has benefits in terms of socialized thinking because it requires players to accept each other musically and cooperate to produce music.

As such, chamber music has gained a significant role in music education and this has been recognized by most music schools in the world. Music publishers, including Editio Musica Budapest, have also produced a wide range of scores.

Hungarian musicians have won recognition among countries with long-established musical cultures because of the high quality of Hungarian music education. Music teachers have produced excellent tutors and collections of character pieces, and at the same time they have paid attention to chamber music playing as well.

The series presented here have proved their value over the years in terms of both quality and popularity. This experience gives us the courage to recommend them wholeheartedly and enthusiastically not only to teachers and students but to amateur musicians as well.

Chamber Music Method for Strings
The volumes which make up "Chamber Music Method for Strings" gradually introduce string instrument pupils to various styles of chamber music from over the past four centuries.
Chamber Music for Strings and Piano
Chamber Music for Strings and Piano
Chamber Music for Strings and Piano
Chamber Music for Strings and Piano
Music for beginners
The "Music for Beginners" series offers varied and high-quality performance repertoire from across the past few centuries up to contemporary music. These pieces were compiled with music schools in mind for use during the first 3–4 years of instrumental study.
Piano 4 mains
Violons
Violon
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Duos
Duos
Trios
Guitares
Flutes a bec (2 ou plus)
Flute a bec
Flutes a bec (2 ou plus)
Flutes (2 ou plus)
Flutes (2 ou plus)
Hautbois (2 ou plus)
Clarinettes
Clarinettes
Clarinettes
Duos for Wind Instruments
Saxophones (2 ou plus)
Trompettes
Duos for Wind Instruments
Flute traversiere
Percussions
Mixed Chamber Trio
Mixed Chamber Trio
Quators
Trios
Piano Trio (piano, violin, violoncello)
Trios
Piano Trio (piano, violin, violoncello)
Quators
Ad libitum
The main draw of the "Ad libitum" series, per its title, is that it’s full of a variety of pieces which can be performed using flexible instrumentations so that string, woodwind, and percussion instrumentalists can freely enjoy collective music making together.
Mixed Chamber Duo
Flexible ensemble
Flexible ensemble
Mixed Chamber Duo
Mixed Chamber Trio
Mixed Chamber Quartet
Mixed Chamber Duo
Mixed Chamber Trio
Mixed Chamber Quartet
Musique de chambre vocale
Musique de chambre
Musica da camera
"Musica da camera" is a series which was compiled with music schools in mind. Many of the works contained in it are transcriptions which have been adapted to the technical conditions and character of a given instrument. However, even the easiest pieces demonstrate a great deal of musical value. The series features twelve volumes containing trios and quartets for various instrumentations. Among these, five volumes are designed for groups consisting of one type of instrument (i.e., arrangements for 3 or 4 flutes, 3 violins, 3 guitars, and 3 or 4 French horns respectively).
Flutes (2 ou plus)
Flutes (2 ou plus)
Guitares
Percussion Ensemble
Brass Trio
Violons
Brass Quartet
Piano Trio (piano, violin, violoncello)
Trios
Wind Quartet
Mixed Chamber Trio
Cors
Chamber Music for Violoncellos
The wide range of the cello allows for the possibility of three or four cellos to play in different positions in order to create the sounds necessary for a fully-voiced chamber ensemble. This practice of transcribing works for multiple cellos began to gain popularity in the 19th century, and renowned pedagogue/composer Árpád Pejtsik has continued the tradition in this series.
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles
Violoncelles