Rheinberger’s string quartets, his string quintet and his nonet for winds and strings were often performed and were very successful works during his lifetime. Their density, but also the...Shop
Chamber music by Josef Gabriel Rheinberger
Rheinberger composed chamber music throughout most of his creative career. He wrote music for practically all combinations of instruments, from sonatas for solo instrument and piano to the nonet.
Hearts of horn players beat fasten the Horn Sonata published in this volume is one of the few examples of this class of work since Beethoven, and for many years it was, along with the Piano Quartet...Shop
On account of their melodic beauty and the network of motivic development between the individual movements, the four piano trios are among the most attractive of Rheinberger's works. All works are...Shop
Volume 31 contains, among other works, the Piano Quartet, which was enthusiastically received by the critics in Rheinberger’s time: “The themes are noble, with significant content, the motivic...Shop
Rheinberger's works for a solo instrument and organ belong somewhat between chamber music and the concert repertoire. The Suite op. 166 and some of the Six Pieces op. 150 also exist in versions...Shop