Mopsi Dôn jig

Also known as Mopsy’s Tune, The Welsh, Y Jig Cymreig.

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

Mopsi Dôn has been added to 22 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Mopsi Dôn
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|:FGA A2B|A2B AFD|GFG BcB|GFG BcB|
FGA A2B|A2B AFD|GAB c2B|AGF G2G:|
|:dBd cAc|BGB AFD|G2G BAG|F2G A2A|
dBd cAc|BGB AFD|BAG edc|AGF G2G:|
ABC
X: 2
T: Mopsi Dôn
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
|: B>cd d2 e | d2 c dBG | c>dc efe | c>dc efe |
B>cd d2 e | d2 c B2 B | c>de f2 e | d>cB c3 :|
|: geg fdf | ece dBG | c2 c e>dc | B2 c d3 |
ge/f/g fd/e/f | ece d>BG | e>dc agf | efd c3 :|
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Seven comments

A Welsh jig.The title means Mopsi’s Tune.

Mopsi Dôn (jig)

I like it. Should go well with jigs that have an "English" flavour.

Yes,they seem to be related.

“Mopsi Dôn” / “Y Jig Cymreig”

K: C Major
|: B>cd d2 e | d2 c dBG | c>dc efe | c>dc efe |
B>cd d2 e | d2 c B2 B | c>de f2 e | d>cB c3 :|
|: geg fdf | ece dBG | c2 c e>dc | B2 c d3 |
ge/f/g fd/e/f | ece d>BG | e>dc agf | efd c3 :|

English? Bah… Can’t Welsh tunes have their own flavour? :)

There are strong ties, though few want to agree to that… After all, Welsh at one time, language wise, covered a hell of a lot of this wee isle known in the more acceptable collective as ‘Britain’… Loads of tunes were adopted via Britain and elsewhere and given Welsh names, more often in the recent past…