Din Tarrant's (6)
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DIN TARRANT'S . AKA and see "Jim Keeffe's Polka (4)," "Newmarket Polka (4)," "O'Keeffe's Polka (1)," "Mert Plunkett's." Irish, Polka (2/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The polka is a popular County Kerry tune under a variety of titles, howver, it is an adaptation of the older Scottish march "Wha Wad'na Fecht for Charlie" and "Wha Saw the Forty Twa?"/Wha' saw the Forty Second". It was also adaptged by English morris dancers who played it as "Grand March" and "March Past" (the latter title appears in Lionel Bacon's Morris Ring).