Classic Canadian Songs from Smithsonian Folkways

Classic Canadian Songs from Smithsonian Folkways closes with a hilarious reminder of the great Canadian affinity for the wilderness. Helen Creighton (1899-1989), Canada's "first lady of folklore," interviews Sandy Stoddard, an octogenarian of Scottish descent from Nova Scotia, who gives an impromptu demonstration of the fine art of moose and bear calling, using a horn fashioned from wallpaper!
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Folk Music from Nova Scotia (FW04006, 1956)

Folk Music from Nova Scotia (FW04006, 1956)

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