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Notes on Music
Wed April 9, 2014
Pete Seeger: A Life in Music
Pete Seeger was an American folk singer with a string of hit records in the 1950s singing with The Weavers.
As a songwriter, he penned such songs as Where Have All the Flowers Gone? and If I Had a Hammer.
It’s interesting that his father established the first musicology curriculum in the U.S., at the University of California, and his mother was a concert violinist who taught at Juilliard.