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CONCERT GIVEN FOR WARBURG

Stradivarius Quartet Plays in Fogg in Benefactor's Memory

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As a memorial of Felix M. Warburg who died two weeks ago a concert will be given tonight in Fogg Museum at 8 o'clock by the Stradivarius Quartet. He gave money to the museum during his life, and the Stradivarius instruments of the Quartet were acquired by him for the players.

Some of Warburg's favorite pieces have been selected among them the Brahms Quartet in C Minor and Beetheven's Quartet in E Flat Major, Opus 127.

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