The Templehouse Jig
Another Templehouse Jig, learnt from some sheetmusic years ago. The origin might be scottish (?)
East Galway Setting
The Humours of Ross: https://thesession.org/tunes/7427
Templehouse, Co. Sligo
If the tune is Scottish, it passed through County Sligo long enough to be named after the Temple House, a Georgian "big house" near Ballymote. Michael Coleman recorded it.
T: Templehouse, The
|:B|E3 G2A|B3 BGE|DED F2G|A3 AFD|
E3 G2A |BAB gfe|dB/c/d FGA|GEE E3:|
|:g3 eBe|g3 efg|f3 dB/c/d|fef def|
g3 eBe|gfg bag|fed fg/a/f|gee e2f|
g3 eBe|g3 efg|f3 dB/c/d|fef def|
gfg aga|bge edB|dB/c/d FGA|GEE E3||
Is in the Gunn Book (Fermanagh 1865) as The Templehouse - jig
The Templehouse, X:3
Michael Coleman’s great version, first time through. Second part is different from some other settings of this jig. Note that Alan Ng lists this separately as "Goat in the Green".