I got this Shetland jig from one of Aly Bain’s fiddle books - an unusual jig, with an interesting phrase in bars B5 and B6. Oh, and yes - the B part really does have 10 bars.
JC tunefinder suggests this may jig may be a form of ‘The Black Joak’ (also unusual in having 6 bars in part A and 10 in part B)
D|D2GG2G|A2A A>GA|B>cB B>AG|A>BA A>GF|G3E2D|D.EFG2||
B|B2d d>ed|e>fgd2B|B2d d>ed|e>fgd2B|c>ca B>Bg|
A>BA A>GA|B>cB B>AG|A>BA A>GF|G3E2D|D>EFG3||
The tune’s title takes an umlaut over the ‘o’. You can achieve this by typing
before feeding it through Concertina’s tune-o-tron converter!
(just in case you wanted to know)
The ten bars in Part B also threw me. We follow it with Da Auld Grind and Da Scalloway Lassies - also in Aly Bain’s book.
"Aly Bain: 50 Fiddle Solos"
~ accompanied by Phil Cunningham / with recording ~ CD
Publisher: Conway Editions / Amsco Publications, 1989
Page 22: Cataröni