music suited for performance in a room or a small concert hall, especially for two or more, but usually fewer than ten, solo instruments.
music for performance by a small group of instrumentalists
Music for two or more instruments in which only one musician plays each part. Chamber music is distinguished from music for orchestra, in which, for example, more than a dozen violinists may be playing the same notes. The most familiar kind of chamber music is the string quartet.
an association, primarily of people in business, to promote the commercial interests of an area. Abbreviation: C of C. noun (sometimes capitals) an organization composed mainly of local businessmen to promote, regulate, and protect their interests
the lower house of the legislature of certain countries, as Italy.
a place for the exhibition of gruesome or horrible objects. a group of such objects, as instruments of torture or murder. any collection of things or ideas that inspire horror. noun an exhibit of scenes of torture, execution, and other horrible acts Word Origin from Madame Tussaud’s waxworks
- Chamber of trade
noun (sometimes capitals) a national organization representing local chambers of commerce