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Where Have All The Flowers Gone

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Pete Seeger
Arranger Robert Decomier
Publisher E. Henry David Music Publishers
Catalog # 392-02533

Price: $1.85

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Where Have All The Flowers Gone Composed by Pete Seeger. Arranged by Robert Decomier. For SATB. Published by E. Henry David Music Publishers. (Catalog # 392-02533, UPC: 680160070121)

Who can forget this enormously popular song from the 60s written by Pete Seeger and made popular by Peter, Paul and Mary? This arrangment by master arranger Rober De Cormier is beautifully done and remains true to the original song. In this day of "retro" popularity, this text is very timely and is a great choice for any Pops program.

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