This tune is the first polka of three on track 11 of Volume 12 of Matt Cunningham’s CD series "Dance Music of Ireland".
“Doyle’s Polka” ~ again surprise it wasn’t already here ~ in D or G
K: G Major
|: G/A/ |
Bd G>A | Bd ed | Bd GG/A/ | BA AG/A/ |
B/c/d G>A | Bd ed | B/c/d ef | ag g :|
|: d |
GB/d/ ed | gf/g/ ed | B/c/d ga | BA AB/A/ |
GB/d/ ed | gf/g/ ed | Bd ef | ag g :|
Correction, B-part, bar 3 ~ | B/c/d GA | ~
This was recorded by the Boys of the Lough on their 1992 album ‘The Fair Hills of Ireland’ under the title "Maurice O’Keeffe’s", in the key of G. It can also be found in Johnny O’Leary’s Collection as "Jimmy Doyle’s No.2" in the key of D.
From The Coast Road by Karen Ryan.
X: - - - Tom Billy’s - also known as:
Doyle’s (7149), Jimmy Doyle’s, Maurice O’Keeffe’s, Polc Uí Dhúil, Polca Uí Dhubhghaill, The Abbey Ceili Band (15461), The Abbey Ceili Band Polka No. 2… Which has been, with this submission (17795), here in triplicate, see previous numbers…
Re: Tom Billy’s
I apologize for the triplicate but I was first searching with the name, with the abc, and even the Reverend Abc Tune Search http://abctunesearch.com/ was unable to find the tune. So I believed it was not already here…
How do you proceed to find these numbers ?