Ademar O’Connor’s polka

Also known as Irish (polka).

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Ademar O'Connor's has been added to 1 tunebook.

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One setting

1
X: 1
T: Ademar O'Connor's
R: polka
M: 2/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|:EA A/c/A/F/|EA A/c/A/F/|EA Ac|Bc/B/ A>F|
EA A/c/A/F/|EA A>F|Ee cA|1 Bc/B/ A>F:|2 Bc/B/ A>B||
ce eA|ce eA|ce ec|Bc/B/ A>B|
ce eA|ce e2|EF AB|cA A>B|
ce eA|ce eA|ce ec|B2 e>d|
cA BA|FE A>F|Ee c/B/A|Bc/B A>F||

Four comments

Re: Irish (polka)

Their website says it comes from Ademar O’Connor, a musician from Co. Offaly. Not sure whether he composed it or not.

Re: Irish (polka)

Looked around a bit more, have seen it listed as "Ademar O’Connor’s Polka" on a few websites. Maybe Ademar has another name for it.

YouTube video of Cordeen playing it at a St. John’s music store. They call it Ademar O’Connor’s as well:
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2081371848759912

Cordeen are: Benny McCarthy, Billy Sutton, Graham Wells, and Conor Moriarty.

Re: Irish (polka)

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