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Ethel: String Music with a Rock Twist

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Ethel: String Music with a Rock Twist

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Ethel: String Music with a Rock Twist

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Ethel, a string quartet that plays amplified music and often collaborates with rock music composers, is making waves in the music world. The group's debut CD is called Ethel. NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Todd Reynolds and Mary Rowell, violinists for the band.

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