I'm not sure if this is the best place to post this but since it's filled with fellow Minami fans, I go ahead.
I've been working on his transcription of the Irish harp piece, Mr. O'Connor. When I have gone out on the web to hear other renditions of it (to give me some musical ideas on interpretation) I find some lovely ones.
However, what I don't seem to find are renditions which include the Jig section which is part of Minami's arrangement. I don't know whether this was part of the original piece (from what I've heard we only have 9 or 10 of Turlouhg O'Carolan's pieces in notation, although we have about 200 tunes of his) or whether Minami cobbled another piece onto the widely accepted version of Mr. O'Connor or whether the original piece (1600s?) had a first part followed by a jig section.
Any illumination on this would be greatly appreciated.