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The Untouchables – PS119’s Own House Rock Band! Ms. Francis, Mr. Fields & What’s His Name

All images courtesy of Mr. Johnson.  

Winter Concert 2013 – Images by Mr. Johnson

The Great Lakes Song by Shel Silverstein & Pat Dailey

Lyrics to The Great Lakes Song : Sweet Mother Michigan, Father Superior Coming down from Mackinaw and Sault Ste. Marie Blue water Huron Rolls down to Lake Erie-o, falls into Ontario And runs out to sea The great lakes are a diamond On the hand of North America A bright shinning jewel on the friendship border […]

Pete Seeger Kelan 5-305

Hello everybody! Do you know Pete Seeger? He is one of the people who made that song “If Had A Hammer.” You heard that song on Peace Day. Pete Seeger is one of the best banjo players I know. Mr.Seeger was born May 3,1919 he was one of those American folk song guys in the […]

GIVE ME THE BANJO By : Stephane-Leigh Charles 5-305

Have you heard someone playing the Banjo. Well a Banjo is an great instrument. Anyone can play  it.   The Banjo was made by African- Americans. Since there were slaves people still played the Banjo. Only African- Americans could play the Banjo. Most people would dress up like black people by putting on makeup. But today many people play the Banjo. […]

Give Me a Banjo! From Africa to America – The story of how a musical instrument shaped American music

  The piano may do for lovesick girls who lace themselves to skeletons, and lunch on chalk, pickles, and slate pencils. But give me the banjo… When you want genuine music—music that will come right home to you like a bad quarter, suffuse your system like strychnine whiskey…ramify your whole constitution like the measles, and […]

Want a hero? Look to Pete Seeger The singer, New York born and bred, has a legacy of optimism and activism by Peter Dreier NY DAILY NEWS

WITH A BANJO ON HIS KNEE – The banjo is an African instrument that was introduced to the American musical genre by African slaves during the earliest of Colonial Times. Pete Seeger’s first recordings for children featured his banjo playing.  To everything, there is a season, according to Pete Seeger’s song, “Turn, Turn, Turn,” drawn […]

Pete Seeger – Peacebuilder, Songwriter & Folk Singer – If I Had A Hammer

IF I HAD A HAMMER (The Hammer Song) words and music by Lee Hays and Pete Seeger  If I had a hammer I’d hammer in the morning I’d hammer in the evening All over this land I’d hammer out danger I’d hammer out a warning I’d hammer out love between my brothers and my sisters […]

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