This is something so unusual as a spanish jig. It´s actually an arrangement by myself of a classical guitar piece by the spanish composer Gaspar Sanz (1650-1710). However a couple of years ago i found out that it works exellently (in this arrangement) on the tin whistle too! I think it will blend in in an irish session without to many questions asked.
There is an error in the sheet music (not mine). This is corrected in the ABC-file.
Not sure how this will go over at most sessions… :-), but its a favorite of mine.
I went crazy hunting stuff - sorry - the page was getting lonely… :-)
Gaspar Sanz - La Esfachata de Napoles - Baroque guitar
Poor sound, lots of good stuff
G8- between 2continents on 8guitars- play Gaspar Sanz: Clarines y trompetas …
La Minina de Portugal (Gaspar Sanz)
I have paired this with Arthur Darley’s which has some similar phrases.
This a tune by Kapsberger isn’t it? Not Sanz. Kapsberger was a Venetian German who preceded Sanz by nearly 100 years.
Not that I knew him of course!