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The Songs Linger On Molly Mason admits she didn't know much about Civil War music when she and her husband, Jay Ungar, were tapped by Ken Burns to play the haunting soundtrack for The Civil War PBS-TV series. (Ungar wrote the now-famous “Ashokan Farewell” used by Burns as...Read More