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With her sweet, sad soprano, the "Maid of Constant Sorrow" became one of the leading folk icons from the '60s. The child prodigy on classical piano traded all that in for traditional folk music and a guitar while in her teens. Branching out from folk, she added art songs, gospel, Broadway ballads and original compositions to her repertoire while introducing songwriters Roger McGuinn, Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell to the public. The Grammy winner for "Both Sides Now" is also known for such signature songs as "Send in the Clowns," "Amazing Grace," "Chelsea Morning" and "Someday Soon."