The History of Fiddling in Northern Alberta to 1950

The first Ukrainians came between 1892 and 1894. Ukrainian music and ways of celebrating have influenced many Northern Alberta fiddlers, Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian alike.
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Wally Heppner at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

Wally Heppner at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

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John Semeniuk plays a Ukrainian song at a fiddling contest.

John Semeniuk plays a Ukrainian song at a fiddling contest.

Emil Arabsky and Ed Wald play at the Saddle Hills jamboree.

Emil Arabsky and Ed Wald play at the Saddle Hills jamboree.