|X number ||108|
|Title ||34th Psalm,To the. JMP.108, Cornish tune. JMP.108|
|Bibliography ||Village Music project, Miller, John|
|Composer ||"or Cornish tune."|
|Notes ||Photocpy dark - last few notes very uncertain, Words, Thro all the changing seens of life, In truble and in joy, The praises of my God shall still, My heart and tunge imploy (2|
|Source ||John Miller MS. Perth, 1799.(for the fife)|
|Transcriber ||vmp.C. Graebe|
|Body ||G2 | (B>c B2) A2 | (G>AG2) B2 | (d>ed2) c2 | (B4A2) ||\|
A2 | (B>AG2) B2 | d2c4 | d4 ||!
D2 |(G>AB2) A2 | (G>FE2) D2 | (G>A)[G2B2] B,>C D2 ||\
D2 | (G>FE2) D2 | E>FGF2 | G4 ||!
B2 | (d>e d2) c2 | (B>cB2) d2 | (B>AG2) B2 (B2A4) ||\
A2 (B2A2) G2 | (d2c2) cAB2A2G4 |]