Members: Adolphe Frezin, Charles Libove, David Schwartz, Gustave Rosseels, Henri Temianka, Lucien Laporte, Robert Courte, Robert Maas. Variations: Viewing All Paganini Quartet. Paganini-Quartett, Quatuor Paganini, The Paganini Quartet. Plays Alberto Ginastera Lazlo Lajhta (LP, Mono).
Temianka founded the Paganini Quartet in 1946. The quartet drew its name from the fact that all four of its instruments, made by Antonio Stradivari (1644–1737), had once been owned by the Italian virtuoso violinist and composer Niccolò Paganini (1782–1840). The other original members were Gustave Rosseels, second violin; Robert Courte, viola; and Robert Maas, cello. During its 20-year international career, the Paganini Quartet concertized continuously in large cities and small towns throughout the United States, as well as in famous concert halls around the world. In 1946-47 they played all the Beethoven string quartets in concert at the Library of Congress. At Mills College in 1949, the Paganini and Budapest Quartets presented the world premiere of Darius Milhaud's 14th and 15th string quartets, followed by the two groups' performance of both works simultaneously as an octet.
The Paganini Quartet was a virtuoso string quartet founded by its first violinist, Henri Temianka, in 1946. The quartet drew its name from the fact that all four of its instruments, made by Antonio Stradivari (1644–1737), had once been owned by the great Italian violinist and composer Niccolo Paganini (1782–1840). A program from the first concert of the Paganini Quartet at the Library of Congress in 1946. The first three string quartets of Beethoven were performed. The Quartet made its home in Los Angeles, California. During rehearsals they usually spoke French Career.
By Alberto Ginastera - Enso Quartet. 2. String Quartet No. 1, Op. 20: II. Vivacissimo. By Alberto Ginastera - Enso Quartet. 3, Op. 40: I. Contemplativo. By Juan Ramon Jimenez, Federico García Lorca, Alberto Ginastera & Rafael Alberti - Lucy Shelton & Enso Quartet. 11. 40: II. Fantastico.
By Alberto Ginastera, Various Artists. 1, O. 0 : 3. Calmo e poetico - Simón Bolívar String Quartet. 12. 0 : 4. Allegramente rustico - Simón Bolívar String Quartet.
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|B1||Quartet No. 7. Op. 49|