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First in this season's series of concerts at Fogg Art Museum was given last night at 8 o'clock by the Stradivarius Quartet of New York. This first program was arranged as a tribute to the memory of the late Felix M. Warburg.
Warburg, a benefactor of the Fogg Museum, had always taken an active interest in the Quartet and obtained the four Stradivarius instruments played by them.
The concert was held in the central court of the Museum. It opened with Brahms' "Quartet in C Minor," Opus 51, No. 1. This was followed by "Fantaisie Hebraique," written for Warburg on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday by Pochon, and by Beethoven's "Quartet in E Flat Major."
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