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Old Posted Dec 28, 2014, 9:41 PM
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HossC's recent Wilshire and Western post reminded me of the Zoellner Quartet and the Zollner Conservatory of Music.

In 1931, while engaged in research at California Institute of Technology, he visited the Zoellner family conservatory in Los Angeles and played some of Beethoven and Mozart's works with members of the Zoellner Quartet, recently retired from two decades of acclaimed touring all across the United States; Einstein later presented the family patriarch with an autographed photograph as a memento.

As a friendy reminder, during any performance, please do not chew gum - even if IT is refreshing grape flavored Blatz and everybody is chewing it. (This means you, Clara!)

As the makers of Blatz Beer were detered by the Volstead Act, they gave us Blatz Chewing Gum.

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