Port Sadbh jig

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One setting

X: 1
T: Port Sadbh
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
AFE Fdc | BAF A2B | AFE FAB | EEF G3 |
AFE Fdc | BAF ABc | dcA BFA | AGE D3 :||
ABc cBA | dcB cA/A/A | ABc dcd | edc d3 |
ABc cBA | dcB cAA | fge dcA | AGE D3 :||
dFG dEE | dFB ABc | dFG dEE | FGE D3 |
dFG dEE | dFB ABc | dec dFG | AGE D3 :||

Five comments

Port Sadbh

I learned this 3 parts jig from Martin Hayes Quartet album (2017). It’s played in a very "zen" mood", but not slowly. The kind of tune you may not like from the first listen, but that remains in your head after listening to it several times. (Sorry for my bad english).
Wikipedia says that Sadbh is an Irish feminine personal name. "In Irish mythology, Sadhbh (or Saba) was the mother of Oisín by Fionn mac Cumhail".

Re: Port Sadbh

The name of Martin Hayes Quartet album is The Blue Room.

Re: Port Sadbh

Sabha (not sure how pronounced) is an Arabic woman’s name and it means "beautiful". Perhaps unconnected
with the Irish woman’s name Sadbh though. I do know that most of the inhabitants of Baltimore in County
Cork were kidnapped by pirates in the 17th C and taken in slavery to Algiers and no doubt learnt Arabic. A
highly irrelevant comment I know!

Re: Port Sadbh

‘Sadbh’ is pronounced ‘Sive’