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Name Reference in name Residence Began Ended  
Vanemuine  
Estonia 19uu
  M R
Várkonyi  
Hungary 195u
  M R
Végh H

Sándor Végh (1912–97), founding 1st violinist

Hungary 1940
France 1946
1980 M T R R
Verdi

Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901), composer ?

    M R
Verdi [1985] U

Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901), composer ?

    M
Vermeer  
USA 1969
2007 M R
Vertavo U H

The first syllables of the original family names of the original members, Ver- (for Vær-) Ta-Vo

Norway 1984
  M T R
Via nova U  
France 1968
  M R
Vienna

City of origin

Austria 1964
  M T R
Vieuxtemps H

Henri Vieuxtemps (1820–1881), composer and violinist (presumably)

USA 1972
1976 ca. M R R
Vilnius U A
Vilniaus (Kvartetas)

City of origin

Lithuania 1965
  M T R R
Vlach A
Vlachovo

Josef Vlach (1923–88), founding 1st violinist

Czechoslovakia 1949
1975 M T
Vlach (Prague) A
Vlachovo kvarteto Praha

Josef Vlach (1923–88), founding 1st violinist of the original Vlach Quartet

Czechoslovakia 1982
  M R R
Voce U  
France 2004
  M R R
Voces

Latin word for Voices

Romania 1973
  M R R
Voces Intimæ

Quartet Voces intimæ by Jean Sibelius (1865–1957)

Finland 1970
  M R
Vogler U

Tim Vogler, founding 1st violinist (presumably)

Germany (Democratic Republic) 1985
  M T R R
Voxare U

Imaginary Latin word from vox

USA 2008
  M R
Waldbauer-Kerpely A
Hungarian
H

Imre Waldbauer (1892–1953), founding 1st violinist; Jenő Kerpely (1885–1954), founding 1st cellist

Hungary 1909
1946 M R
Walden H

Henry David Thoreau’s Walden

USA 1934
1979? M T R R