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Seeger, Pete

Syllabification: See·ger, Pete
Pronunciation: /ˈsēɡər
 
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Definition of Seeger, Pete in English:

( 1919–2014), US folk musician and songwriter. A prominent figure in the revival of American folk music, he is also noted for his environmental activism, especially in projects to reclaim the Hudson River. Notable songs: “If I Had a Hammer” (circa 1949) and “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” (1956).

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