Series AB/4 - Publicity material relating to the Brodsky Quartet

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GB GB1179 AB-AB/4

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Publicity material relating to the Brodsky Quartet

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  • 1896 - 1912 (Creation)

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(1894-present)

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Three programmes of concerts performed by the Brodsky Quartet. The first, dated 26 March 1896, was held at the RMCM, and the quartet consisted of Adolph Brodsky, C Rawdon Briggs, Simon Speelman, and Carl Fuchs. The programme consisted of the Quartet in C Major by WA Mozart, Quartet in D Minor by F Schubert, and Quartet in C Major, Opus 59, Number 3, by L v Beethoven. The second programme is from a concert performed on 27 October 1911 in the New Islington Hall, Manchester, by the same members of the quartet; the programme is incomplete, consisting of only the first two pages. The programme consisted of the Quartet in G Major by WA Mozart, Quartet in A Minor by F Schubert, and Quartet in B Flat, Opus 18, Number 6, by L v Beethoven. The third programme is from a concert performed on 30 March 1912 in St George's Hall, by the same members of the quartet. The whole programme consisted of works by Beethoven.

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