Philharmonia Quartet

The Philharmonia Quartet was an English string quartet musical ensemble founded during the early 1940s out of the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, though some of its members had collaborated during the 1930s in earlier ensembles. The formal career of the quartet ended in 1952. It is not to be confused with the Philharmonia Quartet, Berlin, founded by Daniel Strabawa and other members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in 1985 (often referred to as the Philharmonia Quartet), nor with the Philharmonic Quartet.

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Philharmonia Quartet - Recordings
... (5.2.45) Mozart Quartet in C major K 465 (DX 1524-1526) ... (11.6.46) Mozart Quartet in B flat major K 458 (DX 1025-1027) ... (7.8.41) Schubert Quartet in D minor 'Death and the Maiden' ...