Riverside Waltz


A tune from the Grenville Hall waltz binder. Don Pettigrew (1939-1999) was born in Caistor Centre in the Niagara Peninsula. He spent much of his adult life in Eastern Ontario “The Riverside Waltz” was a tune he played at the campgrounds at Pembroke on the fiddle contest weekend and Jimmy Hickey, one of the primary organizers of the contest, suggested the name. The date is a guess. This looks like it came out of one of the Ed Whitcomb "Canadian Fiddle Music" books


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Title Riverside Waltz
Subject Grenville Hall Collection Waltzes
Year 1970
Locale Eastern
Keywords Ottawa Valley

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