The Strutting Jig hornpipe

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One setting

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X: 1
T: The Strutting Jig
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|: A3c e2 ea | effe c2 Bc | e2e2 cBBB | dAfe c2Be |
A/A/A Ac e2 ea | effe c2 Bc | Addc B2e2 | A4 A2 e2 :|
|: a3A c2ce | eaaA B2c2 | a2 aA c2ce | fAec BeAA |
a3A c2ce | eaaA B2Bc | cddc B2e2 | A4 A2 e2 :|
|: A3c eAce | a2ac Bccc | ecAf cAac | AecA BBcB |
A3c eAce | a2ac Bccc | Addc B2e2 | A4 A2 e2 :|
|: a2af eaae | caac AAce | a2af eaae | caac BaAA |
a2af eada | caBa AABc | Addc B2e2 | A4 A2 e2 :|

Two comments

The Strutting Jig

Called a "hornpipe" in modern Highland piping, but more akin to a reel. I wasn’t sure which category to put this tune in, as it’s a relatively new genre developed in the Highland piping world. This genre has become one of the major vehicles for new compositions over the last quarter-century.

Written by Dave Rickard of the Fintan Lalor Pipe Band, Dublin. I don’t know why it’s called a jig in the title.

Mr Rickard has done much work over the years adapting traditional Irish tunes to the big pipes.