minstrel: Jigs

Cynthia J Ley cley at juno.com
Tue Apr 18 15:37:00 PDT 2000


Or perhaps the 1580's? William Byrd wrote a number of them--they were
instrumental pieces and I think a number of them appear in the
Fitzwilliam Virginal Book.

I don't think they existed prior to the 1500's.

						Arlys

On Wed, 19 Apr 2000 00:59:02 -0400 (EDT) "Greg Lindahl" <lindahl at pbm.com>
writes:
> > I've noticed that Dumps have the same rhythm as jigs too - at 
> least, the 
> > ones I've seen.  I seem to remember one called My Lady Ann 
> Nevill's Dompe?  
> > I must look in my papers, but I think it was 1360s.
> 
> Perhaps you meant 1630s, not 1360s?
> 
> -- Gregory Blount
> 
>
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