Exile's Jig

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EXILE'S JIG. AKA and see "Emigrant's Jig (The)," "New Widow Well Married (1) (The)," "Port an Deoraí." Irish, Slip Jig or Jig (12/8 time {'A' part} and 9/8 time {'B' part}). E Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Not the "Exile's Lament" in Ryan's Mammoth/Cole's 1000. The composition has been attributed to bouzouki player Johnny Moynahan, recorded with his group Sweeney's Men, but the slip jig predates him and appears as "New Widow Well Married (1) (The)" in Frank Roche's Collection of Traditional Irish Music, vol. 2 (1912).

Source for notated version:

Printed sources: Cranitch (The Irish Fiddle Book), 1996; No. 32, p. 137 (as "Port an Deoraí"). Cranitch (Irish Session Tunes: The Red Book), 2000; No. 32, p. 17 (as "Port an Deoraí"). Sullivan (Session Tunes, vol. 2); No. 46, p. 19. Vallely (Learn to Play the Tin Whistle with Armagh Pipers Club, vol. 2); No. 10, p. 8 (as "Port an Deoraí").

Recorded sources: Rounder 3067, Alan Stivell – "Renaissance of the Celtic Harp" (1982).



See also listing at:
Alan Ng's Irishtune.info [1]




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