Gilbert Anderson, Northern Alberta Métis Fiddler

The Métis have a distinctive style of fiddling and dance that reflects their mixed ancestry. Gilbert Anderson's ancestry is Iroquois and Orkney.
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Gilbert Anderson and Kay Steinhauer

Gilbert Anderson and Kay Steinhauer

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Gilbert Anderson and Johnnie Arcand prepare to play Red Rive...

Gilbert Anderson and Johnnie Arcand prepare to play Red River Jig.

Gilbert Anderson plays Smash The Window and his son calls th...

Gilbert Anderson plays Smash The Window and his son calls the dance.