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X:1 T:Can Love be controul'd M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Air S:Geoghegan - Compleat Tutor for the Pastoral or New Bagpipes (c. 1745-46) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G G2 | e2 (cB) (AG) | (Ac) (BA) (GF) | (G>A) B2D2 | E2D2G2 | c2 BA Bc | (B2A2) (A>B/2c/4) | BA G2 (B>^c/2d/4) | (^cB) A2G2 | (F2G2)A2 | f2 ed ^cB | AB AF GE | D4 || FG/A/ | D2D2 GA/B/ | D2D2 dB | B2A2G2 | F2G2A2 | e2 dc BA | B4D2 | E2 cB AG | F2 dc BA | G2 edcB | c4 Ac | Bd cB AG | ge dB cA | G4 ||

Irish Piper John Geoghegan
CAN LOVE BE CONTROLLED BY ADVICE. AKA and see "Grim King of the Ghosts," "Colin's Complaint." English, Air (3/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The air appears in Tom D'Urfy's Pills to Purge Melancholy, vol. VI (1720). A version was entered by Waverton (near Wigton), Cumbria, multi-instumentalist John Rook in his large 1840 music manuscript collection.

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Printed sources : - Geoghegan (Compleat Tutor for the Pastoral or New Bagpipes), c. 1745-46; p. 27.

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