> Along this line,
> What's the difference in a double jig and single jigs? I had been told
> that a single jig didn't repeat any parts, just went from A to B, etc. Is
> this right?
Not really. A single jig sounds closer to a hornpipe- quarter note eigth
note, quarter note eigth note as opposed to 6 eigth notes in a row.
In our sessions, many single jigs are played with massive ammounts of
ornaments- a "pure" or traditionally played single jig sounds simple and
elegant, as opposed to a rapid-fire modern double jig.
Preparing do be disputed,
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