jig, folk dance, usually solo, that was popular in Scotland and northern England in the 16th and 17th centuries and in Ireland since the 18th century. It is an improvised dance performed with rapid footwork and a rigid torso.
What dance is a jig?
A jig is a lively, festive kind of dance. When you do a jig, you spend a lot of time hopping, kicking, and shuffling your feet. The jig is mainly associated with Ireland and Scotland, and it plays a big role in both traditional Irish dancing and Scottish country dancing.
What is a jig foot?
Precision jig foot, ground for accurate height location. Mount with a socket-head cap screw (not furnished). Dowel in place to positively prevent rotation if desired. Drill Jig Feet are useful as supports and jig feet. Available in one body size (1-1/4″ diameter), in heights from 1/2 to 3″.
What’s the difference between a jig and a slip jig?
A slip jig is similar to a single or double jig (and can incorporate either, or both, note patterns), but is played in 9/8 time. This gives it a slightly more lilting, more leisurely, less driving, feel than the single and double jigs. That “jiggedy” pulse is still there, though!
Irish jig dancers of Connecticut teach Ryan how to dance.
How To Dance An Irish Jig
Highland Dancing / Irish Jig