• Eugen D’Albert, Quartets Op. 7 (1887) and 11 (1903)
  • Woldemar Bargiel, Quartets Op. 15b (1877), op. 47 (1887, 1891, 1898), Octet op. 15a (1880)
  • Richard Barth, Op. 15 (MS = manuscript), 1900)
  • Wilhelm Berger, Quintet in e minor, op. 75 (1899)
  • Ernst von Dohnányi, Quartet in a major, op. 7 (MS, 1902)
  • Antonin Dvorák, Quartets Op. 51 (1880, 1888, 1895, 1904), op. 61 (1882, 1895, 1902), and op. 80 (1890); Sextet op. 48 (1879, 1901)
  • Niels Gade, Quintet op. 8 (1879, 1891)
  • Friedrich Gernsheim, Quartets op. 25 (1876, 1894), op. 51 (1887), op. 66 (1900), and Quintet op. 9 (1885)
  • Heinrich von Herzogenberg, Quartets op. 18 (1876), 42 #1 (1886) 42 #3 (1883, 1892, 1899), op. 63 (1896, 1900); Quintet op. 77 (1892) and Trio op. 27 #1 (1896)
    • When the first of these works was performed in 1876, Herzogenberg was virtually unknown in Berlin.
  • Robert Kahn, Quartet op. 8 (MS, 1889)
  • Friedrich Kiel, Quartets op. 43 (1870), op. 53 (1875, 1879), op. 73 (1879)
  • August Klughardt, Quartets op. 42 (1883),1The premiere of this work was a big success; see: MW 14 no 47 (15.11.1883): 587, and NBM 37 no 45 (8.11.1883) 358. op. 61 (MS, 1898) and Quintet Op. 62 (1894), Sextet Op. 58 (1893)
  • Karl Lührss, Quartet op. 38 (MS, 1874)
  • Richard von Perger, Quartet op. 8, 1888
  • Fürst Heinrich Reuss, Quartet op. 11 (1892), Sextets op. 12 (1899), op. 17 (1902)
  • Anton Rubinstein, Quartets op. 47#2 (1874), 106 (1885)
  • Ernst Rudorff, Sextet, op. 5 (1876)
  • Bernhard Scholz, Quartet op. 46 (1877), Quintet op. 47 (1878)
  • Leo Schrattenholz, Quartet op. 28 (MS, 1902)
  • Charles Villiers Stanford, Quartet op. 64 (1897), Quintet op. 86 (1904)
  • Carl (?) Taubert, Quartet op. 183 (1884)
  • Johann Vierling, Quartet op. 56 (1887)
  • Robert Volkmann, Quartet op. 14 in g minor (1873, 1880, 1883)
    • The last of the three performances of this piece was to commemorate the recently deceased composer.
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