Snowshoes

Snowshoes It's not unusual for a tune to carry on with two or more names, or for two or more tunes to share the same name. It is rare though to be abl

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Century 21 Hoedown

Century 21 Hoedown Back in May of 1962 a gang of fiddlers from Idaho hopped on a bus and rode to Seattle to perform for the World’s Fair. They playe

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Romeo's Last Chance

Romeo's Last Chance I met Nez Perce fiddler Joe Broncheau (accent the first syllable) briefly back in the nineties but never got to record his music

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Money Musk

I hadn’t heard Money Musk for quite some time so was delighted when first Lynn Graves and later Vivian Williams pulled it out at recent jam sessio

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Burnt River

Burnt River I was pleasantly bopping along to some of Phil Williams’ recordings from the 1974 WA state contest in Buckley when this tune jumped out

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Smith's Reel

In North America this tune has evolved as Smith's Reel, though in Ireland it is known as Kitty's Wedding. It is a favorite, and for good reason, among

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Sycamore Reel

Sycamore Reel Here's another of Rusty Modrell's charming old time hoedowns. Rusty, as you will of course recall from The Evergreen Fiddler Tunebooks

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Na Fiskar's Vals

Na Fiskar's Vals aka "New Fisher's Waltz" Clair Lundin of Spokane, WA played this lovely Swedish Waltz, aka the Fisherman's, or New Fisher's Waltz, fo

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