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Henry Myerscough

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Henry Myerscough

Henry Myerscough was a British violist.

In addition to solo work and teaching, he formed the Fidelio Quartet with his brother, the violinist Clarence Myerscough, and performed for many years as a session musician, including The Beatles' "White" Album and Quatermass.

He played a viola by luthier Gasparo da Salò.[1]


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