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TOM TRAINOR’S. AKA and see "Andy Dejarlis," "Scotch Style Jig." Irish, Jig (6/8 time). E Major/Mixolydian. AA’BB’. Learned by Karen Tweed from fiddle player Tom Trainor who had no title for it, however, the jig was composed by Métis fiddler Andy DeJarlis (-1975, Manitoba), who called it "Scotch Sytle Jig" (as it goes briefly into mixolydian mode in the first strain). It was picked up from DeJarlis's 1969 recording by Cape Breton musicians and is sometimes attributed to one of the musicians on that island.


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Printed sources : - Taylor (Traditional Irish Music: Karen Tweed’s Irish Choice), 1994; p. 2.






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