Travellers Jig

Travellers Jig was written by John Arcand from Saskatchewan, also known as the Master of the Métis Fiddle. This tune was written in the nineties.

Ontario Swing and Bowing the Strings

What a thrill for me to play these two tunes with a group of fiddlers on the first ever Canadian National Fiddle Day. These tunes were written by Ned Landry,.

Cock of the North or Chase me Charlie

Whalen's Breakdown is another great tune written by Don Messer. We had an additional musician in this video, but unfortunately I didn't get her in range.

St  Laurent Breakdown

A fun fiddle tune written by Reg Bouvette. Bruce Osborne from Ontario stopped by and introduced it to some Fredericton Musicians.

Interlake Waltz

Walk the spectacular outcrop of sheer limestone cliffs towering above Lake Manitoba's eastern shore at Steep Rock, Manitoba.

Big John MacNeill

Whalen's Breakdown is another great tune written by Don Messer. We had an additional musician in this video, but unfortunately I didn't get her in range.

Red Headed Fiddler

Whalen's Breakdown is another great tune written by Don Messer. We had an additional musician in this video, but unfortunately I didn't get her in range.

Da Slockit Light and Hakki's Polka

Da Slockit Light and Hakki's Polka

Messer's Cross Canada Jig

Played by a few, including me of the River Valley Fiddlers at the Harvey Fiddle Doo This jig was written by John Durocher. He also composed Prime Minis.

Harry Chapman's Waltz

Harry Chapman's Waltz was written by Arden Hayman of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Jimmy's Favourite Jig

Whalen's Breakdown is another great tune written by Don Messer. We had an additional musician in this video, but unfortunately I didn't get her in range.

Whalen's Breakdown

Whalen's Breakdown is another great tune written by Don Messer. We had an additional musician in this video, but unfortunately I didn't get her in range.

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