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'''WAVERLY TWO-STEP.''' AKA - "Waverley Two-Step." Canadian, Two-Step. Canada, Ontario. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composed by Ontario fiddler Graham Townsend, named for Waverley, Ontario, located near Lake Huron (note the 'e' as the next to last letter). Peter Yarensky remarks that the tune is popular with French Canadian fiddlers in New England (e.g. Marcel Robidas, Simon St. Pierre).
 
'''WAVERLY TWO-STEP.''' AKA - "Waverley Two-Step." Canadian, Two-Step. Canada, Ontario. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composed by Ontario fiddler Graham Townsend, named for Waverley, Ontario, located near Lake Huron (note the 'e' as the next to last letter). Peter Yarensky remarks that the tune is popular with French Canadian fiddlers in New England (e.g. Marcel Robidas, Simon St. Pierre).
 
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''Recorded sources'': <font color=teal>Banff SBS 5284, Graham Townsend - "Graham Townsend and His Fiddle" (1967). Revonah RS-926, Simon St. Pierre - "Fiddler From Maine" (1977).</font>
 
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WAVERLY TWO-STEP. AKA - "Waverley Two-Step." Canadian, Two-Step. Canada, Ontario. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composed by Ontario fiddler Graham Townsend, named for Waverley, Ontario, located near Lake Huron (note the 'e' as the next to last letter). Peter Yarensky remarks that the tune is popular with French Canadian fiddlers in New England (e.g. Marcel Robidas, Simon St. Pierre).

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Recorded sources: Banff SBS 5284, Graham Townsend - "Graham Townsend and His Fiddle" (1967). Revonah RS-926, Simon St. Pierre - "Fiddler From Maine" (1977).




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