Item MG 100 volume 41 number 17 - 1 - Selma s.m. [Psalm 67]

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Selma s.m. [Psalm 67]

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    MG 100 volume 41 number 17 - 1

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    • 1920s (Creation)

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    1 leaf of ink on wallpaper ; 50 x 78 cm.

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    Item is a hand-written version of music with lyrics in E major of Psalm 67 that Andrew MacKay used as a teaching aid in his “Singing Schools.” The item was written on wallpaper with a rose patten with metallic traces that was produced by the Watson, Foster Company between 1897 and 1927. There is some tearing of this item.

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