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The first concert of the Kneisel Quartet was given in Sever last evening. The audience which moderately filled the room was composed almost entirely of Cambridge people-a fact which indicates how little our students appreciate this opportunity to hear music unsurpassed of its kind. Prof. Paine announced at the opening of the concert that Mr. Giese had been disabled by an accident and that his place would be filled by Mr. Loeffler. The other members of the quartet were Messrs. Kneisel, Roth, and Svecenski. The programme was as follows:-
Haydn.- Quartet in G major.
Schubert.- Quartet in A minor.
Mendelssohn.- Quartet in D major.
Every number was rendered with a precision and delicacy that delighted all who listened and the applause was generous and ready. Mr. Kneisel's playing was particularly brilliant. The second concert of the series will be given February 21.
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