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Name Reference in name Residence Began Ended  
Glazunov [1987 ca.] A
Имени Глазунова (1987 пр.)

Aleksandr Glazunov (1865–1936), composer

Russia 1987 ca.
  M R
Glinka

Mikhail Glinka (1804–57), composer

Russia 1965
  M R
Goldner

Richard Goldner (1908–91), founder of Musica Viva (Australia)

Australia 1995
  M R R
Gong

Hanxiang Gong, founding 1st violinist, presumably

Belgium 1986
  M R
Gordon H

Jacques Gordon (1897–1948), founding 1st violinist

USA 1921
  M R R
Gothenburg A
Göteborgs

City of origin

Sweden 1996 ca.
  M R
Gotland

Regionmusiken på Gotland (Gotland Regional Music)

Sweden 1974
2002 M R
Gould A
Glenn Gould

Glenn Gould (1932–82), pianist

Canada 1992
1993 M T R
Grainger [2006] H

Percy Grainger (1882–1961), composer

Australia 2006
2009 M T R
Grant Street U

Street in Downers Grove, Illinois, USA

USA 2010
  M R
Greene

Richard Greene (b. 1942), founder

USA  
  M R R
Griller H

Sidney Griller (1911–93), founding 1st violinist

Great Britain 1928
USA 1948
1963 M T R R
Group for Contemporary Music

Principles/mandate

USA 1962?
1992? M R R
Groupe instrumental de Paris

City of origin

France  
  M R
Grove H

Magdalen Grove, Oxford University, England

England 2006
2010 M T R
Grünfarb  
Sweden 1950
  M R
Guarneri H

A former German quartet of the same name; David Soyer's barber

USA 1964
2009 M T R
Guilet

Daniel Guilet (1899–1990), founding 1st violinist

USA 1942?
  M R
Hagen

Family whose members started the quartet. The Hagens played together in a quartet at least as early as the mid-1970s.

Austria 1981
  M T R R
Hambourg H

Family name of Jan Hambourg (1882–1947), founding 1st violinist, and Boris Hambourg (1885–1954), founding cellist

England 1907
1910 M T