Presented here is a modern collection of distinctive trio and quartet arrangements featuring, guitar, flute, cello and viola. I initially became interested in expanding the "chamber music with guitar" repertoire from my teacher John E. Marlow. His work inspired me to explore the many possibilities beyond the traditional classical approach. With recent developments in amplifying nylon string guitar, the role the instrument has become more flexible. It is not just delegated to a strictly accompaniment role, or as in a concerto, a strictly soloist role. The guitar can now gracefully interact with the other instruments trading and weaving melody and counterpoint. It can instantaneously switch from upper register chordal arpeggios, to low rhythmic driving bass passages. The softest subtle nuances, are all clearly audible. The cello and viola can take on unconventional roles trading off themes and counter melodies, while the lower register of the flute can be explored. This anthology illustrates a new direction for the guitar with respect to it's role in the chamber music setting.