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Anner Bylsma tells of the cello in the museum which he is allowed to play whenever he goes there. He takes it out of its glass case and plays the glory--a Strad with catgut strings. A different sound.

Steel strings are on the way out now.

Heather Robinson emerges from her daydream. She promised she would be back to see her father by eleven. 

 

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