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On News 7 at 5, six people are killed in another suicide bomb attack in Israel. Colin Powell may cancel his meeting with Yassar Arafat as a result.
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Also authorities say they believe they know what made dozens of local college students sick.
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[Weather-Head]
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It's shaping up to be an unsettled weekend weatherwise. More clouds than sun but still rather warm. Details ahead.

[Medical-Head]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#med heads]
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On Health Check, Joy Sutton will examine things young people can do to help them later in life,
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[VO-NAT]

and Big Game officials say the state is selling more than 400-thousand lottery tickets an hour.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]



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Yet another suicide bombing in Israel- this time a woman blows herself up in a crowded market-
Now Colin Powell has postponed his meeting with Yasser Arafat.
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((COLIN POWELL: I JUST SPOKE TO PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON A MOMENT AGO AND EXPRESSED MY DEEP REGRET THAT TOOK PLACE. I CONDEMN THE TERRORIST FOR THIS ACT.))
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[5-Middle-East]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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This latest violence is affecting Colin Powell's visit- Just moments ago word that the meeting between Powell and Yasser Arafat for tomorrow has been postponed.
Six shoppers were killed and dozens of others wounded in this latest bombing.
The White House is condeming the violence accusing the bomber of trying to disrupt Powell's peace mission.
Teri Okita has the latest from Washington.
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((BODIES AND SHATTERED GLASS WERE STREWN ACROSS THE STREET NEAR A CROWDED, OPEN-AIR MARKET IN JERUSALEM. AS SHOPPERS RUSHED TO BUY FOOD BEFORE THE START OF THE SABBATH, A YOUNG, PALESTINIAN SUICIDE BOMBER KILLED HERSELF AND AT LEAST FIVE OTHERS AND INJURED DOZENS.
THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION CALLS THE ATTACK A HOMICIDE BOMBING AND SAYS IT WONT DETER THE PRESIDENT OR SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL WHOS IN ISRAEL FOR TALKS WITH BOTH PRIME MINISTER, ARIEL SHARON, AND PALESTINIAN LEADER, YASSAR ARAFAT. Ari Fleischer/White House Spokesman: These arent suicide bombers theyre people who go out to murder others. POWELL GOT A BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE BOMBING AFTERMATH FROM AN ISRAELI ARMY HELICOPTER. ALTHOUGH HE AND SHARON FAILED TO REACH AN AGREEMENT ON A TIMETABLE FOR AN ISRAELI TROOP WITHDRAWAL, HE SAYS THERE IS MUTUAL COMMITMENT FOR SOME TYPE OF PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.
Colin Powell/Secretary of State: What is important now, is not just rhetoric going on into the air, with no effect but action, but action, action that will bring this violence under control.
THATS THE MESSAGE POWELL WILL TAKE TO ARAFAT IF AND WHEN HE MEETS WITH PALESTINIAN LEADER ARAFAT. POWELL HAS POSTPONED A SCHEDULED SATURDAY MEETING. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION IS CALLING ON ARAFAT TO PUBLICLY DENOUNCE THESE SUICIDE BOMBINGS. Teri Okita/Reporting: The Israeli army plans to bury the bodies of scores of Palestinian gunmen killed in the Jenin refugee camp, but furious Palestinians say theyre trying to hide the killings of hundreds of civilians. The army denied access to journalists and the Red Cross so they can't check the allegations. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=rle]
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Lynchburg health officials have identified what has made more than a hundred people at Randolph-Macon Woman's College suffer from a flu-like illness.
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Lab results show a common Norwalk-like virus caused the illness. It is a very common stomach virus seen regularly throughout the country. The first case showed up at the beginning of the month, and then spread to at least 120 people, causing varying degrees of symptoms.
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((JOANNA HARRIS/CENTRAL VIRGINIA HEALTH DISTRICT DIRECTOR; IT STARTS WITH A VERY ACUTE ONSET, PEOPLE GET SICK VERY QUICKLY, WITH NAUSEA, VOMITING, ABDOMINAL CRAMPS, AND DIARRHEA. IN CHILDREN YOU GET MORE VOMITING, IN ADULTS YOU SEE MORE DIARRHEA.))
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In addition to more than a hundred students, two faculty members and seven cafeteria workers caught the virus. As a precaution, any food service worker who was sick will not handle food for at least three days.
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[5-Tire-fire]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=Five]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=502-02 2:56:26]
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Governor Warner got a look at the Roanoke County tire fire this afternoon.
He praised the coordinated efforts of local, state and federal authorities, and he made a pitch for legislation that lawmakers will consider next week.
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The governor received a briefing on the fire, and then climbed into a helicopter for an aerial tour of the site.
Afterwards, he told reporters that other Virginia communities will benefit from the Roanoke County incident.
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((WHILE WE'RE A FEW WEEKS OUT FROM WHEN THE FIRE STARTED, I THINK WHAT WE'VE SEEN HERE IS THE COORDINATED RESPONSE TOWARDS THIS DISASTER THAT I HOPE WILL BE A MODEL GOING FORWARD.))
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Warner says Roanoke County's experience highlights the need for legislation lawmakers will consider next week.
He's proposed a five dollar landfill tipping fee that would help localities deal with environmental problems.
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[5-Patrol-Car]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In an effort to save money, Montgomery County is hiring a company to make the Sheriff's Department patrol cars "as good as new."
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For the first time, a number of late model, high mileage vehicles will be refurbished rather than replaced with new ones. Officials say cars five years or older with 1-hundred thousand miles or more will be sent to a Pennsylvania company. They'll get new engines, brakes, electrical systems and other improvements.
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((ROBERT PARKER/COUNTY SPOKESMAN; WE CAN GET THIS DONE FOR 10-THOUSAND TO 12 THOUSAND MAYBE 13-THOUSAND DOLLARS A VEHICLE AND THAT IS ESSENTIALLY HALF THE COST OR LESS OF BUYING NEW.))
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Parker says other jurisdictions have tried this and it worked. Sheriff Douglas Mars says he didn't push for refurbishing but he'll see how it works this year. He says the department will keep data on the refurbished vehicles to see how they work for officers.
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[5-Police-Chase]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A high speed chase in California, but in this case the woman driving the car had a toddler on her lap.
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It began in Burbank and ended about an hour later-
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((OK SHE WAS SETTING UP FOR A RIGHT TURN.. SHE IS SCRAPPING THOSE CAR.. SHE IS CONTINUING SHE HAS A HCILD ON HER LAP.))

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Authorities started pursuing the car after reports of a woman yelling from her vehicle with a child on her lap.
Turns out the woman was involved in two minor hit and run collissions.
The chase reached speeds of up to seventy miles per hour.
The woman eventually stopped- set the child down and put her hands in the air-
The woman could face charges of child endangerment, failure to stop for police and two hit and run accidents.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will meet some young people with a clear plan for their future health,
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[VO] and authorities say poor visibility may be to blame for the death of two people after a pilot flys his plane into a smokestack.
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[5-Plane-Crash]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=Net]
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A small plane crashed in Texas... right into a power plant.
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[VO-NAT 14:05:34]
[SUPER=03-Near Amarillo, TX]


The crash happened about six miles north of Amarillo- and authorities say it appears to be weather related.
A witness says the entire building was covered in a thick layer of fog at the time-
The plane hit the building and then went down in a nearby field- A man and woman on board were killed.
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[5-Healthy-Aging]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=502-06 5:01]
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What does it take to age gracefully?
Many people don't start thinking about this until they've reached their 40's.
But as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton found out it's never too early to pursue the fountain of youth.
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(( Successful aging to Juliet (Daw-dress) Dadras means taking charge of her health at a young age while there is time to intervene. That's why she's getting a cholesterol screening.
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((IT'S IMPORTANT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TO TAKE A LOOK AND SEE HOW THEIR LIFE IS RIGHT NOW. WE'RE EXPOSED TO A LOT OF THINGS THAT AFFECTIVE OUR LIVES, RISK FACTORS. IF WE CAN MANAGE OUR LIVES RIGHT NOW THEN WE CAN START PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE)) [RUNS14]
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She's just one of dozens of young people including the young at heart who turned out for the Gerontology Conference at Radford University.
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((AGING IS SOMETHING THAT BEGINS AT BIRTH. AGING ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN IS AN APPROACH THAT ONE MUST TAKE IN BEING SUCCESSFUL AS WE AGE THAT MEANS MIND, BODY AND SPIRIT)) [RUNS13]
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(Bur-graph)Burgraff says taking care of the mind, body, spirit --means understanding the importance of relaxation, getting regular health screenings, and keeping good nutrition and exercise top on the list.
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((CONTINUE TO EXERCISE THROUGHOUT YOUR YOUNG YEARS SO YOU DON'T FEEL YOUR BODY PARTS ARE WEARING OUT. BUT IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO START)) [RUNS10]
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But for some people facing the fact they're getting older isn't always easy.
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((I THINK IT'S A DEFENSE MECHANISM. EVEN PEOPLE IN THEIR 80'S WILL SAY I'M TOO YOUNG TO BE DOING THAT)) [RUNS10]
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(Daw-dress)Dadras is proof you're never too young to begin preparing for the golden years...
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((IF WE CAN START EATING RIGHT AND WORKING ON EXERCISE WE CAN LOOK FORWARD TO A HEALTHY FUTURE)) [RUNS09]
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Some people believe life actually starts after 50.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Radford.))

[5-Big-Game]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=501-13 1:42:00]
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Big Game Fever is in full swing.
And many are spending a small fortune in hopes of winning the large jackpot.
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This store on the North Carolina border has a "100 dollar blocks" already printed and ready to go.
Big Game officials are urging players NOT to go overboard because buying more tickets doesn't greatly improve your chances of winning the 220-million dollar jackpot.
Even so, that warning has failed to slow down many would be winners.
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((GEORGE SMITH: I WAS CALLING MY LOVE TO FIND OUT WHAT KIND OF NUMBERS SHE WANTED TO PLAY.)) ((CHARLSEY ENGLISH: I THINK THERE WAS 16 OF US SO I DON'T KNOW THINK WE BOUGHT QUITE A BIT, HOPEFULLY THE RIGHT ONE.))

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Your chances of winning are 1 in 76 million.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will introduce us to a band that is hoping to hit the big time with the release of its new C-D.
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At just sixteen he writes his own songs... he's been playing the guitar since he was eight and he fronts a local band... playing gigs every weekend.
Cory Brammer and 32 Leaves have reason to celebrate tonight.
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Jacey Birch is at the Coffee Pot in Roanoke where the band is officially releasing its new CD and getting ready to perform.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up a little later, a generous gift to a symphony could be worth millions,
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[VO] but first Steve Mason will join us with the qualifying results from Martinsville.
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[5-Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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On Wall Street today, stocks managed modest gains as bargain hunters went to work following the Thursday sell-off.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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[ANCHOR=Steve]
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Friday night ticker.
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The Craftsman Truck Series usually takes a back seat to the Winston Cup boys when they race at Martinsville. But not this weekend.
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Three-time Winston Cup champion Darrell Waltrip is coming out of retirement for one race only - tomorrow's Advance Auto Parts 250 truck race. DW and his longtime crew chief, and current broadcasting partner Jeff Hammond, believe getting back behind the wheel will make Darrell even better behind the microphone.
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[OUT Q=...TO PASS UP."]
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Ted Musgrave won the pole for tomorrow's Advance Auto Parts 250, while Jon Wood will start 8th. The race starts tomorrow at 2.

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[WRITER=mst]
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The Winston Cup cars took their turn at mastering the half mile oval as soon as the trucks finished up racing.
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And Jeff Gordon won the pole for Sunday's Virginia 500 Winston Cup event with a lap at 94 point 181 miles an hour. Now here's a complete look at the starting grid for Sunday's race.
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[SUPER=0107-1. Jeff Gordon/94.180/2. Bobby Hamilton//3. Dale Earnhardt Jr.//4. Terry Labonte//5. Rusty Wallace//;]
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[SUPER=0107-6. Bill Elliott//7. Kevin Harvick//8. Tony Stewart//9. Jimmy Spencer//10. Ryan Newman//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Robby Gordon//12. Mike Skinner//13. Ricky Rudd//14. Jimmie Johnson//15. Bobby Labonte//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Stacy Compton//17. Mark Martin//18. Ricky Craven//19. Jeremy Mayfield//20. Kurt Busch//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. John Andretti//22. Hut Stricklin//23. Jeff Burton//24. Jerry Nadeau//25. Dave Blaney//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Matt Kenseth//27. Kyle Petty//28. Buckshot Jones//29. Sterling Marlin//30. Brett Bodine//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Dale Jarrett//32. Steve Park//33. Michael Waltrip//34. Casey Atwood//35. Hermie Sadler//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Ward Burton//37. Elliott Sadler/Prov/38. Jeff Green/Prov/39. Johnny Benson/Prov/40. Ken Schrader/Prov/;

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[SUPER=0107-41. Frank Kimmel/Prov/42. Rick Mast/Prov/43. Andy Hillenburg/Prov/;]
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[S5-Roy]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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Coming up at six, Winston drivers and Martinsville speedway president Clay Campbell reflect on what Roy Stanley meant to them. [WIPE TO PINNACLE]
One other note. Roy Stanley's family has asked that memorial contributions be made to the Wytheville Training School cultural center. This school provides education for black students in four counties around Wytheville. Please note in your donation that it is in memory of Roy Stanley. The address is 205 Tazewell Street. Wytheville, Virginia, 24382

[5-Violins]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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The symphony orchestra in Newark, New Jersey receives a generous gift.
A benefactor gave it a dozen rare Stradivarius violins... but much like the instruments, there are strings attached. Gretchen Carlson has more.
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[SUPER=01-Brennan Sweet/Associate Concertmaster; :18]
[SUPER=01-Gretchen Carlson/CBS News; 1:06]
[SUPER=01-Eric Wyrick/Concertmaster; 1:19]
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(((TRACK) LOCATOR: Newark, New Jersey It's a once in a lifetime half-price sale most could still never afford.

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Dozens of rare Stradivarius and other top quality violins like this one ... being offered to the New Jersey Symphony for half their value.

(SOT - 5:14) Brennan Sweet - Associate Concertmaster

"I think this is $300,000 or something like that it's like a house!"
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The instruments are centuries old worth up to 6 million dollars a piece. The owner would rather hear the instruments played than sit in a collection so he's ready to strike a deal.

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(TRACK)

But there are strings attached. The 50 million dollar collection will be sold to the Symphony for half that if the orchestra can raise the money by June 30th. The fundraising is barely underway but for violinist Brennan Sweet, who already has one of the instruments on loan, it's the perfect pitch.

(SOT - 4:23 ) Brennan Sweet - Associate Concertmaster

"This sound this sound would sound more like that."

(STAND-UP BRIDGE) Gretchen Carlson Reporting
(nat playing) As a classical violinist, there's nothing like playing

such a high quality instrument. The sound is just so much better for a lot less effort. (nat playing)

(SOT - 11:27) Eric Wyrick - Concertmaster

"What's extraordinary is we can have an entire violin section playing on the best in the world."

(SOT - 18:28) Lawrence J. Tamburri - Exec. Dir. NJ Symphony

"The way I look at it, it's as if someone went to a museum and said here are 20 Renoirs and what that would do to a museum.

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For the New Jersey Symphony ... it will be music to their ears ... if they can drum up the 25 million bucks. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, Newark, New Jersey .))


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