Schrammel Quartet. Viennese instr. combination for perf. of light mus.—2 vn., gui., and accordion (replacing the G cl.). Named after Joseph Schrammel (1850–93), leader of a qt. of this kind and composer of waltzes etc. for it. Originally a trio, formed 1878, qt. from 1886.
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