The History of Fiddling in Northern Alberta to 1950

In the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, however, radio was hardly a reliable means for fiddlers to expand their repertoire, because of the whims of the broadcasting signal and the dependence on battery power.
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Frank Madsen shows Rod his old radio.

Frank Madsen shows Rod his old radio.

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