A 6/8 pipe march played as a jig in Cape Breton's dance tradition. The original pipe setting had two turns with a 2nd ending. Modern pipe settings include four turns but the added final turn hasn't caught on amongst fiddlers. Instead some play it with three turns ... others repeat the 2nd for a 4th.

My setting is a composite gleaned from recordings of fiddlers Raymond Ellis, Theresa MacLellan and Donald Angus Beaton. The local title (see footnote), no doubt comes from a lilted limerick.. Common to all the local jig settings is a long g natural note, adding a catchy melodic 'hook'which immediately affects the dancers.

 from - The Cape Breton Highland Collection

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