Gilbert Anderson, Northern Alberta Métis Fiddler

Gilbert Anderson’s life and music represent the experience of Métis fiddlers in Northern Alberta from the 1930s to the 1990s. His fiddling style demonstrates how Métis fiddling has influenced and been influenced by the broader fiddling scene.
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Gilbert Anderson plays the Red River Jig for young dancers.

Gilbert Anderson plays the Red River Jig for young dancers.

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