|X number ||107|
|Title ||Joyfull Sound,The. JMP.107|
|Bibliography ||Village Music project, Miller, John|
|Notes ||No key signature in MS..Three people have written the title at the top, of the page, Two of them spell it 'Joyful', 1 - End of line - photocopy very dark, Salvation Oh! the joyfull sound what pleasure to our ears, Balm for every wound a cordial for our fears, Glory Honour and power, be unto the Lamb for ever, he alone is our Redeemer., Hallelujah x 3 praise the Lord|
|Source ||John Miller MS. Perth, 1799.(for the fife)|
|Transcriber ||vmp.C. Graebe|
|Body ||"See notes for words"D | GFG (A/B/4c/4) | BAB (c/B/) |\|
A (B/c/4d/4) A/G/ F/E/ | D2 A/B/ (A/G/) |\
"1"GFG (A/d/) |!
(c/B/) (A/G/) (G/F/) E/D/ |\
d (c/B/) c (B/A/) | G2 GA BG "1" cdB |\
e (d/c/) d (c/B/) | cBAG |!
FGAD | dABA | dA (B/A/) G | cBe(d/c/) | B2A2 | G4 |]