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Hitting the high note in life

Composer-pianist-teacher looks back to roots in Lithuania, South Africa

Newton resident Charles Segal, performing at an Emmy Awards event last year, has more than 2,000 songs to his credit. Newton resident Charles Segal, performing at an Emmy Awards event last year, has more than 2,000 songs to his credit.
By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
April 6, 2008

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Charles Segal prefers that visitors enter the recording studio in his Newton home from the side entrance - past the images that could have adorned the walls of the Brown Derby, the Los Angeles restaurant that drew celebrities during the Golden Age of Hollywood. (Full article: 1019 words)

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