This name seems to be shared between a couple different tunes. I learned this from the new Lunasa CD: Se. It is trad. according to the liner notes.
First measure of B part should be AGE no BAG in teh first triplet figure. ABCs have been changed.
“Padraig O’Keeffe’s Slide” ~ one of several that take the name, other choices
T: Padraig O’Keeffe’s
|: Bc |\
ded B2 A G2 D G2 B | AFD A2 A BAG B2 c |
ded B2 A G2 D G2 B | AFD B2 A G3 G- :|
|: GB |\
AFD A2 A BAG B2 B | cBA c2 c B2 G B2 c |
ded B2 A GED G2 B | AFD B2 A G3 G- :|
Padraig O’Keefe’s, X:2
Played by Terry Teahan - Old Time Irish Music in America
Re: Padraig O’Keefe’s
Teahan plays in D and he calls the tune "The Evening I Spent with Mick"