- Associated Press - Friday, October 30, 2015

WASHINGTON (AP) - American folk-music musician David Bromberg has donated papers pertaining to his musical career to the Library of Congress’ American Folklife Center.

The Library of Congress says in a statement that Bromberg’s donated collection dates back to his early stage days and includes notes, letters, photographs, ephemera from shows and audio and video recordings documenting public and private performances.

Elizabeth Peterson, Director of the library’s American Folklife Center, says the donated materials will reveal a lot about American music.

The Library describes Bromberg as a guitar and fiddle virtuoso who has become a renowned expert in rare violins. He has played with such well-known folk artists as Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger and Doc Watson.

Bromberg and his artist-musician wife, Nancy Josephson, reside in Wilmington, Delaware.

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