Gilbert Anderson, Northern Alberta Métis Fiddler

The Northern Alberta Fiddle Project (NAFP) features the prominent Métis fiddler Gilbert Anderson, whom Rod Olstad first met in the late 1980s at fiddle contests and jamborees in the Edmonton area. In the radio show that he made for the CJSR program Dig Deep, Rod explains how he became interested in Gilbert and his fiddling.
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Gilbert Anderson playing the fiddle

Gilbert Anderson playing the fiddle

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Gilbert Anderson plays Big John MacNeil,  a Scottish tune by...

Gilbert Anderson plays Big John MacNeil, a Scottish tune by J. F. Skinner.