The Chamber Music Journal
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The Chamber Music Journal was originally published as a hardcopy quarterly periodical between 1990 and 2010. Copies were available by subscription only. However, since 2011, its format has changed to an online publication and every issue ever published, past and current, is now available at no cost to music lovers everywhere. It is edited by R.H.R. Silvertrust and is the only periodical devoted exclusively to non-standard, rare or unknown chamber music of merit. (i.e., not Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms etc.). It has become one of the leading chamber music reference sources and has achieved the kind of influence that Schumann's Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung once had during the 19th Century. Since the first issue, articles have appeared in The Chamber Music Journal with information that has been published nowhere else-- For example, the critically acclaimed 13 part series, the only study anywhere in any language, of the 36 string quartets of the important 19th Century French composer George Onslow.
Other issues have featured in-depth articles on the chamber music of Borodin, Respighi, Saint Saens, the piano trios of Richard Strauss, the chamber music of the Terezin Composers, Joseph Rheinberger, Eric Zeisel, Max Bruch, Willem Pijper, Zdenek Fibich, Glazunov, Edmund Rubbra, Luigi Cherubini, Wilhelm Stenhammar and many more. Players, performers, listeners and scholars cannot find this information anywhere else.