Libby Bird Mazurka
from "Waila: The Social Dance Music of the Tohono O'odham." by Jim Griffith, pg. 186-204
In The Music of Multicultural America
By Kip Lornell and Anne K. Rasmussen

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This is the first commercial recording of the older style of "chicken scratch." The O'odham fiddle sound is a unique one, with a full band consisting of two violins, a guitar, a snare drum and a bass drum playing polkas, two-steps, and mazurkas (all European dance forms that were brought to America and adopted by a number of American communities including Mexican Americans, and Scandinavian and European Americans). The Gu Achi Fiddlers is a family enterprise; all of the musicians are either related or learned music from older family members.
1988, Tucson, Arizona.
Gu Achi Fiddlers