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Oscar Woods' Jig in C

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File:owjig.nwc (July 2016) 2 kB
Full name of work:Oscar Woods' Jig in C
Composer:Woods, Oscar British
Arranger:Alan Day 2004, S Gray 2016
Music category:Ethnic & Folk Music
Instruments:arranged for Anglo Concertina
Name of file creator:S Gray
e-mail address:bakers "dot" barrel "at" gmail "dot" com
Running time:00:00:48
PD Status:The submitter of this piece of music has guaranteed that it is in the Public Domain and does not contravene any copyright laws. If, however, you do have a copyright issue with this piece of music, in the first instance, please contact the submitter directly at the email address on this page. If you do not get a satisfactory response, please contact the Scriptorium and the piece will be removed pending resolution of the issue.
Comments:Based on an arrangement from Alan Day's copyright free online concertina tutorial [2004]. The tune, originally in G major, can be found with many variations because of its popularity in sessions and it being a popular tune to notate. This noteworthy file has been created by Bakers_barrel [2016] to demonstrate left-hand chord fingering, on a single (or more) row Anglo concertina showing bellows pulls [in green & with accents].