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The Lajtha Quartet, its name taken from that of the distinguished Hungarian composer and expert on folk-music, László Lajtha, was founded in 1990 by the violinist Leila Rásonyi, winner of a special prize at the Jacques Thibaud International Violin Competition in Paris in 1971 and a member of the teaching staff of the Liszt Academy. The other members of the quartet, which ceased playing in the mid-1990s, were the violinist György Albert, the viola-player László Kolozsvári and the cellist László Fenyő.

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