Djinovsko Horo jig

Also known as 5/8, Paidushko Horo.

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

Djinovsko Horo has been added to 2 tune sets.

Djinovsko Horo has been added to 66 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Djinovsko Horo
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
M: 5/8
GBG|d z GBG|(Bc) GcB|~A2 GAG|
B2 GBG|d z GBG|(Bc) GcB|~A2 GAE|
~A2 GBG|d z GBG|(Bc) GcB|~A2 G (3Bcd|
B2 GBG|d z GBG|(Bc) GcB|~A2 GAE||!
|:~A2 EcB|A z GFG|~A2 EcB|~A2 GBG|
dGG cB|A z GFG|~A2 EcB|~A2 GAE:|!
|:~A2 Bcd|cBA BG|~A2 GBG|~A2 GGA|
B2 Gcd|cBA BG|~A2 GBG|~A2 GGD|G2 GBG:|
|:~A2 GGA|B2 GBG|~A2 GAG|dGG AG|
~A2 GGA|B2 GBG|~A2 GGD|~G2 GBG||!
X: 2
T: Djinovsko Horo
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
[M:5/8]
G |: BG d2G | BG c2G | cB A2G | AG B2G |
BG d2G | BG c2G | cB A2G |1 AE A2G :|2 AE A2E ||
|: cB A2G | FG A2E | cB A2G | BG dGG |
cB A2G | FG A2E | cB A2G |1 AE A2E :|2 AE A2B ||
|: cd cBA | BG A2G | BG A2G | GA B2G |
cd cBA | BG A2G | BG A2G | GD G2G :|
|: BG A2G | GA B2G | BG A2G | GG DGG |
BG A2G | GA B2G | BG A2G | GD G2G :|

Nine comments

It’s not a jig!!

Djinovsko Horo is a bulgarian tune in 5/8 time signature. I’ve put it in the section "Jig", because there’s no other tune type like this.
I love those bulgarian and balkan tunes..!
This version is transcribed from L

Its not a jig!

I have put some irish-balkan tunes in the Barndance section. Maybe we need to come to some sort of agreed bad fit here! ;-}

Know the source of the transcription?

Was this from Andy Irvine’s "East Wind" recording? Cant put my finger on it….

Aha!

I heard Lunasa play this on their Kinnitty Sessions album.

I wish Neil, some are also filed under ‘slip jigs’… :-/

Re: Djinovsko Horo

This is actually not a djinovsko horo (which is in 6/8), but rather a paidushko horo (pajdusko oro in Macedonia) in 5/8.
And the bar lines are placed incorrectly.

Paidushko Horo, X:2

Here is a setting with the bar lines set correctly. The rhythm is "short-long", i.e. 2+3/8
I’ve also excluded any ornamentation.

Re: Djinovsko Horo

And a Bulgarian version of the tune. First two parts similar, but then it also goes off somewhere else.
Here you can also see the dance.
I think it’s Nedyalko Nedyalkov playing the kaval flute on this recording.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fESztL_G54A