To whom it may concern
The Great Art
Or: The Culprit Accused
By Barry Poppins
In the following, groups of letters indicate groups of joined quavers. Single letters indicate crotchets. Bars are not marked.
DA AFB DBA DD dotted-minim-rest ABAAADEE DA E GDC quaver-rest BFFEA DD quaver-rest EAC FCBG quaver-rest BEEDBB crotchet-rest EECEAF BD BCD DFCED AD ADBCD quaver-rest FC DEBC E EAGCD E quaver-rest BAB DEE crotchet-rest FDCG BC crotchet-rest ADDCB dotted-crotchet-rest FBDB minim-rest EAAAA dotted-crotchet-rest DAED E crotchet-rest CCGEB CB quaver-rest DA GDC DA quaver-rest CF EB DD crotchet-rest BADFEB crotchet-rest EBCCEDC quaver-rest GCDCB BFA FEEBCAB quaver-rest EGGA minim-rest GBAACFC quaver-rest E EECA crotchet-rest DDFEA dotted-crotchet-rest FBFBCF crotchet-rest GCDE ACBC FCAGG dotted-crotchet-rest GBFCB dotted-crotchet-rest EEFAGA crotchet-rest ADCFA dotted-crotchet-rest CCABDA crotchet-rest ACA
Ye golden lamps of Heav'n farewell,
With all your feeble light;
Farewell thou ever changing moon,
Pale empress of the night.
And thou refulgent orb of day,
In brighter flames array'd;
My soul which springs beyond thy sphere
No more demands thy aid.
Ye stars are but the shining dust
Of my divine abode,
The pavements of those heavenly courts,
Where I shall see my God.
The Father of eternal light
Shall there his beams display;
Nor shall one moment's darkness mix
With that unvaried day.
No more the drops of piercing grief
Shall swell into my eyes;
Nor the meridian sun decline,
Amidst those brighter skies.
There all the millions of his saints
Shall in one song unite;
And each the bliss of all shall view
With infinite delight.