Miss Monroe’s Jig
X:1 T:Miss Monroe’s Jig M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Jig S:Ryan's Mammoth Collection (1883), p. 111 Z:François-Emmanuel de Wasseige K:G D|G2G AGA|Bcd efg|G2G AGA|BGE E2D| G2G AGA|Bcd efg|dcB AGA|BGG G2:| |:f|gfg efg|f2d def|gfg aga|bge e2f| gfg aga|bge efg|dcB cBA|BGG G2:|]
MISS/MRS. MONROE'S JIG (Port Ingean/Ingine Ui Munroe/Mongruaide). AKA and see “John Blessing's Delight,” “King (The),” “Mrs. Monroe’s (1),” “Best in the Bag (The),” “Happy Mistake (The),” "Jackson's Mistake," "Jackson's Bottle of Claret," “King of Jigs,” “Lady Shire’s Favourite,” “Mrs. Spens Monroe.” Irish, Double Jig. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Philippe Varlet remarks the tune is the first two parts of a 4-part jig he learned under the title "King of All Jigs (The)," recorded by Tom Page's Siamsa Gaedheal Ceilidhe Band in 1931. The original 78 RPM track can be heard Reg Hall's CD "Past Masters of Irish Dance Music."