The Pascal Quartet was a French string quartet musical ensemble which took shape during the early 1940s and emerged after World War II to become a leading representative of the French performance tradition. It was named after its founder, the viola player Léon Pascal, and was occasionally termed the Leon Pascal Quartet. Throughout their recording carreer the personnel was: Jacques Dumont in first violin, Maurice Crut in second violin, Leon Pascal in viola, and Robert Salles in cello.
|String Quartet no. 2 in G, Op. 18 no. 2||Ludwig van Beethoven||Quartet||String Quartet||Classical|
|String Quartet no. 5 in A, Op. 18 no. 5||Ludwig van Beethoven||Quartet||String Quartet||Romantic|
|String Quartet no. 11 in Fm 'Serioso', Op. 95||Ludwig van Beethoven||Quartet||String Quartet||Romantic|
|String Quartet no. 12 in Eb, Op. 127||Ludwig van Beethoven||Quartet||String Quartet||Romantic|