Tracing Canada's fiddling traditions
Fiddle music has been a part of Canada for hundreds of years, and each region boasts its own particular style.
Those differences are examined in a new study of fiddle and accordion music put together by Memorial University's Research Centre for Music, Media and Place.
It's called Bellows and Bows, and three tunes from the Yukon made the cut.
Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with the producer of the CD that is part of the project, Sherry Johnson.