Miss Logan's Jig
X:1 T:Miss Logan's Jig C:”By Mr. Dely” M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Jig Q:”Slowly” B:John Hall – “A Selection of Strathspeys Reels, Waltzes & Irish Jigs” (c. 1818, p. 21) B: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/104981834 N:”Printed and sold by John Hall, at his Music Room.” N:Hall (1788-1862) was a music teacher in Ayr, Scotland. His dancing master’s ‘kit’ N:(a small fiddle) used in his dancing lessons, is still preserved. Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:Gmin z|GDG BGB|cdc cde|dfe dcB|ABG F=ED| GDG BGB|cdc cde|dcB AG^F|GAG G2:| d|~g3 dgb|gdg bag|f3 cfa|ABG F=ED| g3 dgb|gdg bag|bag ^fga|gag Tg2a| bag fed|gfe dcB|=ef_e dcB|ABG F=ED| GDG BGB|cdc cde|dcB AG^F|GAG G2||
MISS LOGAN'S JIG. Scottish, Jig (6/8 time). E Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. John Hall, who included "Miss Logan's Jig" in his c. 1818 collection, attributed the composition to "Mr. Dely." The subject of the tile, Miss Logan, was probably the sister of Major Logan of Ayr (see note for "Miss Logan Ayr" for more.