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Hello everyone,

*I'm new here, hope this is the right sub forum*

I'm looking for ways to discover new classical works and composers.
So far I'm searching YouTube and looking into the "influenced by" or "similar artists" sections on allmusic. Could anyone kindly recommend blogs, internet radio stations, Facebook groups or anything else that can help?

I'm mostly interested in chamber music from the romantic era and beyond, but anything else would do just as well.

Thanks in advance!
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Lutoslawski trio

Poulenc chamber music CD on DG label is also very fine.
You can find it on YouTube.

Stravinsky's Octet for Winds.
Copland's Prelude for piano trio
Hindemith's Harp Sonata
Debussy's trio for flute harp viola
Barber Adagio for Strings
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Here's a beautiful piano quartet by a little known late romantic Czech composer.

For some romantic cello sonatas, try Brahms performed by Rostropovich and Serkin, or by the great Hungarian cellist Janos Starker.
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