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The Juilliards first recorded on the Columbia label, parent of Epic, but were limited to the repertoire that the Budapest String Quartet didn't play. The Epic label, besides its many Philips recordings, provided a medium for recording mainstream classics, as it did for George Szell. The JSQ also made some recordings for RCA Victor. Since the retirement of founding first violinist Robert Mann 20 years ago, and I believe for some time before, they've recorded nothing at all as far as I know.
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