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Name Reference in name Residence Began Ended  
Kroger U

The novella Tonio Kröger, by Thomas Mann

Denmark 1999
  M R
Kroll

William Kroll (1901–80), founding 1st violinist

USA 1944
1969 M R
Kronos U H

Respelling of Χρόνος (Khrónos), a Greek word for time

USA 1973
  M T R R
Kuss U

Jana Kuss, founding 1st violinist ?

Germany 1991
  M R
Kyndel H

Otto Kyndel (1904–83), founding 1st violinist

Sweden 1941
1969 M T R R
La meije

The mountain la Meije in southeastern France

France  
  M R
Lafayette U H

Lafayette Towers and Lafayette Avenue in Detroit MI, USA

USA 1985
Canada 1991
  M T R R
Lambinon

Nicolas Lambinon, founding 1st violinist ?

    M R
Lansdowne

Recording studio in London, England

England 196u?
  M R
Lark U H  
USA 1985 ca.
  M R R
LaSalle H

A street in New York City

USA 1946
1988 M T R R
Latinoamericano U A
Latin American

Region of origin; principles/mandate

México 1981
  M R R
Latvian Philharmonic H

Organization of origin

Latvia  
  M R
Lehmann

Wilfred Lehmann (b. 1929), founding 1st violinist (presumably)

Australia  
  M
Leipzig U A
Leipziger

City of origin

Germany (Democratic Republic) 1988
  M T R R
Lenczewski H  
Germany  
  M R
Leningrad State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra

Organization of origin

Russia  
  M R
Lenox [192u?]  
USA 192u?
  M R
Lenox [1957]

City of origin (in Massachusetts, USA)

USA 1957
  M R R
Lenzewski

Gustav Lenzewski (1896–1988), presumably, founding 1st violinist

Germany  
  M R