Jim Keeffe's Polka (1)
X:1 T:Jim Keeffe's Polka  M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Polka K:Dmix |: A | d2 e>d | cA A2 | dA de/f/ | g2 fe | d2 e>d | cA A2 | f/g/a ge | d2d :| |: e | f>e fd | g>f ge | f>e fa | ge ce | f>e fd | g>b ge | fa ge | d2 d :|]
JIM KEEFFE'S POLKA  (Polca Shéamuis Uí Caoimh). AKA and see "Jim Keefe's No. 1," "Jimmy Doyle's Polka (3), "Kerry No. 3." Irish, Polka (2/4 time). D Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. "Jimmy Doyle's Polka (3)", from the playing of Sliabh Luachra accordion player Johnny O'Leary, is the same tune, albeit set in D Major. The tune is named for Jim O'Keeffe of Ballinahulla, Ballydesmond, a pupil of the legendary Sliabh Luachra fiddler and teacher Padraig O'Keeffe. Jim O'Keeffe himself was a music teacher who taught in the Kanturk and Newmarket areas of County Kerry. O'Keeffe is remembered playing at the Knocknacolan crossroads outdoor dancing platform where he was an influence on accordion player Jackie Daly . The polka is sometimes played with 'c' sharp notes (see "Jimmy Doyle's Polka (3)").
- Paul de Grae, "Tribute to Seamus Creagh on World Fiddle Day, 20 May, 2017, Scartaglen, County Kerry"