Hansen: For Omaha violinist, every note has a distinct color, shape

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Posted: Saturday, March 16, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 10:40 pm, Wed Oct 8, 2014.

An uptempo jazz tune comes onto the coffee shop's radio, and at my request, Kaitlyn closes her eyes for a moment and concentrates.

To me — to the vast majority of us — this sounds like a skilled trumpet player zooming through brassy notes. It is pleasant public radio background music as we drink our lattes, and nothing more or less.

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