May 11, 2011
Kemp’s Jig by Anonymous 16th century English
The Jig is a form of lively folk dance, as well as the accompanying dance tune, originating in England in the sixteenth century and today most associated with Irish dance music and Scottish country dance music. Jigs were originally in 2/4 time, but have been adapted to a variety of time signatures, by which they are often classified into groups, including light jigs, slip jigs, single jigs, and treble jigs.
16th century English. 24 Measures. Repeat the 3 parts twice. No barre chords. Easy guitar piece. Key of D major. 4/4 Time Signature