The History of Fiddling in Northern Alberta to 1950

The tune "Red Wing" became widely known through recordings and sheet music. Originally a Tin Pan Alley song, "Red Wing" remains a staple of the Northern Alberta fiddle repertoire.
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The cover page of sheet music for Red Wing

The cover page of sheet music for Red Wing

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All the contestants play at the Athabasca fiddle contest.

All the contestants play at the Athabasca fiddle contest.

A called version of Red Wing and Down Yonder

A called version of Red Wing and Down Yonder