Violinist Pens Tale Of Fellow Musician In Hard Times

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The Emerson String Quartet was once dubbed the "Fab Four of chamber music."

Based in New York, the quartet is coming to Jordan Hall in Boston this Friday night, for a concert that will feature the music of Ravel.

One of the founding members, Eugene Drucker, has another claim to fame. He's written a novel, "The Savior," which was recently released in paperback. It's about a violinist during the Holocaust. Morning Edition's critic-at-large Ed Siegel profiles Drucker and his book.

Click on the link below to listen to Ed's extended interview with Eugene Drucker.

This program aired on December 3, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.