Back to Brahms for inspiration and his "Double Concerto" which is one of those very melodic pieces of music which can only come from Brahms. The second half will be a bit of mix of 20th Century music:
Quartet in E flat minor, Op. 17, no. 3 of Joseph Haydn performed by The Smithson Quartet.
Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 101 of Johannes Brahms performed by Vladimir Askenazy - piano; Itzhak Perlman - violin; Lynn Harrell - cello.
Concerto for violin, cello & orch. Op. 102, the "Double Concerto" of Johannes Brahms performed by Frank Peter Zimmerman - violin; Heinrich Schiff - cello; Wolfgang Sawallisch and the London Philharmonic.
Sonata No. 2 for viola & piaino, Op. 120 of Johannes Brahms performed by Kim Kashkashian - viola; Robert Levin - piano.
Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15 by Garbriel Fauré with Kim Kashkashiam - viola and the Beaux Arts Trio.
Sonata for flute, viola & harp (1916) by Claude Debussy performed by Bruno Pasquier - viola, Philippe Bernold - flute; Fredérique Cambreling - harp.
Renaissance Concerto for flute & orch of Lukas Foss performed by Carol Wincenc - flute; Lukas Foss conducting the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
Concerto Glasso by John Jorgenson/Don Hart played by John Jorgenson - guitar; Paul Gambill and the Orchestra Nashville.