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Quatuor Pro Arte


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  • Variants

    • Pro Arte String Quartet
    • Quatuor à cordes Pro Arte
    • Pro Arte Quartet (Belgium)
    • Pro Arte Quartet of the University of Wisconsin
  • Additional Information

    • Later Established Forms

    • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

    • Sources

      • found: Schubert, F. Artur Schnabel plays Schubert, v. 1 [SR] p1983- :label (members of the Pro Arte Quartet) program notes (made debut in 1913; reconstituted after WW I with Alphonse Onnou and Laurent Helleux, vlns, Germain Prévost, vla, and Robert Maas, vc.; after death of Onnou, qtet. continued with Antonio Brosa and Rudolf Kolisch as successive leaders)
      • found: Haydn, J. 29 quatuors [SR] 1986?:labels (Quatuor Pro Arte) insert (captions: Quatuor Pro Arte, Pro Arte Quartet; within French and English texts: Quatuor à cordes Pro Arte, Pro Arte String Quartet; among most renowned of celebrated Belgian chamber music partnerships was Pro Arte String Quartet)
      • found: Library of Congress Music Division concert, 1945-01-19 [SR] 1945:program notes (PRO ARTE QUARTET of the University of Wisconsin; Rudolf Kolisch, Albert Rahier, violins; Germain Prévost, viola; Ernst Friedlander, violoncello)
      • found: New Grove(Pro Arte Quartet; Alphonse Onnou, Laurent Halleux, Germain Prévost, Robert Maas; Belgian string quartet founded 1912; quartet continued until 1947 as quartet-in-residence at Wisconsin University)
      • found: New Grove dictionary of American music, 1986(Pro Arte Quartet; formed 1912; "from 1940 to 1947 the group was quartet-in-residence at the University of Wisconsin, led first by Antonio Brosa and from 1944 by Rudolph Kolisch. Since 1947 the title Pro Arte Quartet has been taken by the faculty quartet of the university, led from 1967 by Norman Paulu")
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Do not confuse with Pro Arte Piano Quartet.]
    • Change Notes

      • 1983-12-23: new
      • 2002-05-21: revised
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