Annotation:Old Jubiter

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OLD JUBITER. AKA and see "Doc Boyd's Jig," "Gigue du Forgeron," "Reel de I'île Bizard," "Reel du forgeron (2)," "Republican Set (The)," American, Dance Tune and Play-Party Song (3/8 time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Old Jubiter is a dog's name. See also "<incipit title="load:republican" width=850 link=" Set (The)">Republican Set (The)</incipit>", printed by Bayard (1981), and Montreal fiddler Joseph Allard's "<incipit title="load:bizard" width=850 link=" de I'île Bizard">Reel de I'île Bizard</incipit>" (1932). The jig can be found occasionally in the northern United States and Great Lakes region, as well as in Canada, albeit under no predominant or fixed title.

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Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Ford (Traditional Music in America), 1940; p. 99.

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