Maurice Wilk was a well-known American violinist who performed as a member of the Alma Trio from 1953 until his sudden death in 1963.
He was the original violinist in the Bach Aria Group during the late 1940s. The other original members of the Bach Aria Group were Bernard Greenhouse (Cello); Menahem Pressler (Piano); and Robert Bloom (oboe). During the 1950s he was a faculty member at Columbia University in New York City.
In memory of Wilk, Otto Luening wrote the Elegy for violin solo 4'.
- Wilk – people with the surname Wilk
- Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works
- Cantata BWV 68: Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt
- The Art of Robert Bloom, Vol. One
- The Art of Robert Bloom, Vol. One and Two
- The 20th Century Concert Hall, Vol.2, CBS Radio Orchestra with Maurice Wilk, violin and Julius Baker, flute - February 7, 1954; LP recording
- CD-1187(12) Casals Festival at Prades with Maurice Wilk, violin, Vol 2, CD 1
- A complete listing of recordings with violinist Maurice Wilk in LP format, are listed on the Alma Trio page. These recordings of works by Beethoven, Brahms, and Schubert, are cataloged by the Library of Congress.
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