The History of Fiddling in Northern Alberta to 1950

The NAFP fiddlers were often inspired to take up the fiddle by family members, who themselves were fiddlers. Sometimes the connection to fiddling was through a hired hand or a neighbour.
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Henry Levang plays the violin

Henry Levang plays the violin

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Alfie Myhre remembers his neighbour, Mr. Johnston.

Alfie Myhre remembers his neighbour, Mr. Johnston.

Lester Webb engraved his violin with the name of his friend ...

Lester Webb engraved his violin with the name of his friend and neighbour, Palmer Larson.