Stanley Chapple – Stratton String Quartet & Piano - 5102 - 78 RPM
The Stratton String
Quartet was a well-known British musical ensemble active during the 1930s and
1940s. They were specially associated with the performance of British music,
of which they gave numerous premieres, and were a prominent feature in the
wartime calendar of concerts at the National Gallery. After the War the group
was re-founded as the Aeolian Quartet.
The Stratton Quartet is
also the name of a contemporary all-female string quartet, founded by
Elizabeth Bell, Lorie Hippen, Laurel Browne and Kristen Anderson, in the Minneapolis
area of Minnesota. Neither is to be confused
with the Jeremy Stratton Quartet, a contemporary Jazz ensemble.
Stanley Chapple – Stratton String Quartet & Piano - 5102