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    Enjoy -- Brahms Trio for Violin, Horn, and Piano

    Not -- Milhaud: Trio for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Knox View Post
    Enjoy -- Brahms Trio for Violin, Horn, and Piano

    Not -- Milhaud: Trio for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano
    Do you mean the Suite? I like it. No, it's not comparable to the Brahms Horn Trio (or the Brahms Clarinet Trio). It started as incidental music for a play by Jean Anouilh. But it's fun.

    I have this recording.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jegreenwood View Post
    Do you mean the Suite? I like it. No, it's not comparable to the Brahms Horn Trio (or the Brahms Clarinet Trio). It started as incidental music for a play by Jean Anouilh. But it's fun.
    Sorry, I meant the Suite -- and thank you for the correction and info! I've heard the Suite a number of times and don't enjoy it, although some other Milhaud pieces I do enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Knox View Post
    Sorry, I meant the Suite -- and thank you for the correction and info! I've heard the Suite a number of times and don't enjoy it, although some other Milhaud pieces I do enjoy.
    As someone who studied clarinet, I have a predilection toward music that features it. (Although I've never cared for Reger's clarinet works).

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    A few > 5

    Sextet: Carter - Triple Duo
    Septet: Wolpe - Piece for Two Instrumental Units
    Octet: Stravinsky
    Nonet: Ferneyhough - Terrain (although arguably more of a violin chamber concerto)
    Decet: Henze - Kammermusik 1958
    Undecet: Xenakis - Palimpsest
    Duodecet: Ligeti- Ramifications
    Centicet: Mahler's 6th Symphony

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    Trio: Too many to list
    Quartet: Too many to list
    Quintet: Mozart SQ 4, Schubert SQ, Brahms SQ 2, Bruch SQ, Schubert PQ, Brahms PQ, Franck PQ, Zarębski PQ, Dvořák PQ 2, Fauré PQ 2, Thuille PQ 2, Dupont PQ ("Poeme"), Martinů PQ 0, Bloch PQ 1, Taneyev PQ, Huré PQ, Ornstein PQ, Schmitt PQ, Weinberg PQ
    Sextet: Tchaikovsky ("Souvenir de Florence"), Brahms 1 & 2, Schoenberg ("Verklärte Nacht"), Chausson (Concerto for Violin, Piano & String Quartet in D Major, Op. 21), Lyapunov (Piano Sextet, Op. 63)
    Octet: Enescu, Bruch
    Nonet: Shcherbachov (1919)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwv 1080 View Post
    Centicet: Mahler's 6th Symphony
    Millecet (???): Mahler’s 8th Symphony

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    I think I love Mozart's Quintet for Piano and Winds K452 the most. Five completely different timbres making the most beautiful sound together.

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