Lener String Quartet

Lener String Quartet

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The Léner String Quartet, sometimes written the Lehner String Quartet, was a string quartet of Hungarian origin, founded in Budapest in 1918, which for most of its pre-war career operated in or from London. They appeared at the Royal Albert Hall, London on three occasions between 1922 and 1926. They also performed in New York, Amsterdam, and elsewhere in Europe. The Léner made the first complete recorded cycle of Beethoven quartets.

1st violin: Jenö Léner (or Lehner)
2nd violin: Joszef Smilovits
Viola: Sándor Roth
Cello: Imre Hartmann
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Lener String Quartet Discography

Albums

MM-379 Lener String Quartet, Aubrey Brain, Dennis Brain Lener String Quartet, Aubrey Brain, Dennis Brain - Mozart Divertimento No. 17 In D (k. 334)(5xShellac, 12", Album) Columbia Masterworks MM-379 US 1950 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DB 290 Léner String Quartet* Moment Musical No. 3 - Transcription / Minuet - Transcription (From Sonata In C)(Shellac, 10") Columbia DB 290 UK Unknown Sell This Version
L 1842, L 1843, L 1844 Lener String Quartet Quartet In F Major Op.18 No.1(3xShellac, 12") Columbia, Columbia, Columbia L 1842, L 1843, L 1844 UK Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

SBT 1130 Leon Goosens, Yehudi Menuhin, Léner String Quartet* Leon Goosens, Yehudi Menuhin, Léner String Quartet* - Bach • Handel • Mozart(CD, Comp, Mono, RM) Testament SBT 1130 UK 1998 Sell This Version
RR5015 The Léner String Quartet* Volume 5 (Dvořák Recordings 1930-1938)(CD, Comp) Rockport Records RR5015 US 2000 Sell This Version