Mrs. Sampson’s Delight jig

Also known as Mrs Sampson’s Delight.

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Mrs. Sampson's Delight has been added to 1 tunebook.

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Three settings

1
X: 1
T: Mrs. Sampson's Delight
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|: EAE ~A3 | BdB d2B | ABd BAF | GEA GED |
EAE ~A3 | Bdd d2B | ABd BAG |1 ABG A2G :|2 ABG A3 ||
Bdd dB/^c/d | egf g2e | ~d3 dBd | eBA BAg |
e2d e2d | egf g2e | dge dBG | ABG A3 |
Bdd dB/^c/d | egf g2b | age edB | dBA GED |
EAE ~A3 | ~B3 d2B | ABd BAG | ABG A2G |]
2
X: 2
T: Mrs. Sampson's Delight
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|: ~E3 EAE | A2A BdB | d2B dBG | BAB AGF |
~E3 EAE | A2A BdB | d2B dBG | ~A3 A3 :|
GBd dBd | egf ~g3 | fed dBd | eBA GBd |
~e3 ~e3 | def ~g3 | ege dBG | ~A3 A3 |
GBd dBd | egf ~g3 | bag fed | BAB AGF |
~E3 EAE | ~A3 ~B3 | d2B dBG | ~A3 A3 |]
3
X: 3
T: Mrs. Sampson's Delight
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|: EAE ~A3 | ~B3 d2B | ABd BAF | G3 GED |
EAE ~A3 | ~B3 d2B | ABd BAG |1 ABG A2G :|2 ABG A3 ||
Bdd dB/^c/d | egf g2e | ~d3 dB/^c/d | eBA BAg |
e2d e2d | egf g2e | dge dBG | ABG A3 |
Bdd dB/^c/d | egf g2b | age edB | dBA GED |
EAE ~A3 | ~B3 d2B | ABd BAG | ABG A2G |]

Five comments

Mrs. Sampson’s Delight

From the playing of Garry Walsh.

Transposed down from Bbdor.

The A Part reminds me of another tune, cannot remember its’ name. Maybe a polka.

It was tricky to notate this one. Some of his ornaments don’t take well to the midi play back, so have left them out.

Most of these were:
- He rolls the A which crosses over between bars 1 & 2, 5 & 6 of the A Part, and he rolls the A which crosses between bars 13 & 14 of the B Part,
- He rolls the B which crosses an off-beat in the 14th bar of the B Part,
- He preludes each of the back-to-back e-rolls in the B Part with another note, something like "g~e2 d~e2",
- He preludes the first d-roll in the back-to-back d-rolls with another note, some like "e~d2",
- He slides into the a-note of the 11th bar of the B Part,
- His d-rolls in the 1st and 9th bars of B Part sound a bit differently than the rest of his slow and fast rolls

Mrs. Sampson’s Delight, X:2

A slightly different interpretation of the tune.

Re: Mrs. Sampson’s Delight

Thanks Nigel, that’s a new one to me.

It’s something about the first two bars, and the 5th & 6th ones. From X2, that sequence of "… EAE | A2A BdB | d2", or, the roughly equivalent phrases of X1.

Mrs. Sampson’s Delight, X:3

Some variations from the playing of Garry Walsh.

Also fixed X1, all of the notes were originally offset by an eighth note, so, most of my original comments are moot.