9 thoughts on “ Crooked Stovepipe - Jim Macgill And His Northern Ramblers - Jim Magill Square Dances (Vinyl, Album) ”

  1. A skilful and admired oldtime fiddler, Magill performed with his band, the Northern Ramblers, for square dances in Toronto and was heard on radio station CFRB. He made many 78s for London. His most popular pieces were Saskatoon Breakdown and The Crooked Stovepipe. A folio of his square dance tunes was published by Harry Jarman in
  2. Named for a popular local fiddle tune, The Crooked Stovepipe is a rollicking, detailed, first-ever study of the indigenous fiddle music and social dancing enjoyed by the Gwich'in Athapaskan Indians and other tribal groups in northeast Alaska, the Yukon, and the northwest territories. Though the music has obvious roots in the British Isles, French Canada, and the American .
  3. Dec 15,  · Traditional, often associated with the calling of Ralph Page. This dance was taught by Tony Parkes as part of his workshop session on New England Square Dances, recorded November 19, , at the.
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  5. Composed by John Burt This is a very popular tune here in the Ottawa Valley. It is usually described as a Breakdown and that is a hard term to pin down. I’ve listed it as a reel but it could be a polka. I’ve also seen it credited to Jim Magill. A favorite all over Eastern Canada and New England as well.
  6. Jan 23,  · Featuring Len Wynnes on Fiddle, Jim Tomko, Ken Hrynkiw, and Frank Reimer on Guitar.
  7. Dec 15,  · A skilful and admired oldtime fiddler, Magill performed with his band, the Northern Ramblers, for square dances in Toronto and was heard on radio station CFRB. He made many 78s for London. His most popular pieces were Saskatoon Breakdown and The Crooked Stovepipe. A folio of his square dance tunes was published by Harry Jarman .
  8. Jim Magill ( - ) Square Dances, London Records, EP - BEP Vol 1 - with no calls. Tracks: The Little Black Hen*; Major Mackie's Jig*; Northern Hoedown*; Calgary Breakdown* Note: This is a four song 45 rpm EP. Jim Magill and The Nothern Ramblers, Condor Records / Heritage Music HCD - No list of musicians.
  9. Mar 18,  · The Crooked Stovepipe's curators (and everything else) are Ian Bell and Judy Moore. After 30 years of teachibg, Judy is currently a student. Ian is a musician, artist and teacher whose own website can be visited at bryxcomthesadilo.tioroctodoohasingpromecconzosubri.co Our headquarters is located in Villa Nova, Ontario, Canada. E-mail us here at: [email protected]

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