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Teachers of ( 1 Chronicles 15:22; 25:7,8; 2 Chronicles 23:13) Physical effect of, on man ( 1 Samuel 6:15,16) Discoursed during the offering of sacrifices ( 2 Chronicles 29:27,28) Precentor ( Nehemiah 12:42) Chief musician ( Nehemiah 12:42; Habakkuk 3:19) Chambers for musicians in the temple, in Ezekiel's vision ( Ezekiel 40:44) In heaven ( Revelation 5:8,9; 14:2,3; 15:2,3) INSTRUMENTS OF See TRUMPET CYMBAL See CYMBAL HARP See HARP PIPE See PIPE PSALTERY See PSALTERY TABRET See TIMBREL TIMBREL, a tambourine See TIMBREL TRUMPET See TRUMPET SYMBOLS USED IN -ALAMOTH (It seems to indicate the rendering of the song by female voices, possibly soprano) AL-TASCHITH (it seems to have been used to indicate the kind of ode, or the kind of melody in which the ode should be sung.) HIGGAION ( Psalms 92:3) (According to Gesenius, it signifies the murmuring tone of a harp, and hence that the music should be rendered in a plaintive manner.) ( Psalms 9:16) (Combined with "Selah," it may have been intended to indicate a pause in the vocal music while the instruments rendered an interlude.) ( Psalms 19:14) (Mendelssohn translates it "meditation, thought." Hence, the music was to be rendered in a mode to promote devout meditation.) MAKALATH, MASCHIL, LEANNOTH (Authorities grope in darkness as to their signification. They may indicate the instruments to be played, or the melody to be sung) MASCHIL (The meaning is obscure. But its signification where it occurs elsewhere than in the titles of Psalms is equivalent to the English word "instruction," or to become wise by instruction; hence, Psalms 47:7: "Sing ye praises with understanding.") MICAHTAM (Luther interprets this as "golden," that is, "precious." Ewald interprets it as signifying a plaintive manner.) MUTH-LABBEN (Authorities, ancient and modern, differ as to the probable signification. Gesenius and Deuteronomy Wette interpret it, "with the voice of virgins, by boys." Others derive the word from a different Hebrew root, and interpret it as indicating that the Psalm was a funeral ode.) NEGINAH and NEGINOTH (Its use seems to have been to indicate that the song should be accompanied by stringed instruments.) NEHILOTH (It seems to indicate, according to Gesenius, that when this Psalm was sung it was to be accompanied by wind instruments.) SELAH (This term appears frequently in the Psalms. Its use is not known. Possibly it signified a pause in the vocal music while an instrumental interlude or finale was rendered.) SHEMINITH (Translated "eighth," probably indicates the measure, movement, or pitch.) SHIGGAION (Supposed to be a musical term to guide in rendering the song. At the close of the chapter, the author refers the ode "to the chief musician, on my stringed instruments." The term may suggest the movement in interpreting the music set to it.) SHOSHANNIM and SHUSHAN-EDUTH (Seems to indicate the manner in which these Psalms were to be rendered. Kimchi, Tremellius, and Eichhorn render it "hexachorda," that is, that in singing these Psalms instruments of six strings were to accompany.) UNCLASSIFIED SCRIPTURES RELATING TO ( Genesis 31:27; Exodus 15:1,20,21; 21:17-20; Judges 5:1-3; 11:34; 1 Samuel 18:6,7; 2 Samuel 19:35; 1 Kings 1:40; 1 Chronicles 6:31,32; 15:16-22,24,27,28; 16:4-39,41,42; 22:3,5,6,27,30; 25:1,5,6,7,8; 2 Chronicles 5:12,13; 20:19,21,22,28; 23:13,18; 29:25-28; 31:2; 35:15,25; Ezra 2:64; 3:10,11; Neh 12:24,27-31; Job 21:12; 30:31; Psalms 33:1-4; 68:4,25,26,32-35; 81:1-3; 87:7; 92:1-3; 95:1,2; 98:1-8; 104:33; 105:2; 135:1,2,3; 137:1-6; 144:9; 149:1-3,6; 150:1-6; Proverbs 25:20; Ecclesiastes 2:8; Isaiah 5:12; 14:11; 16:10; 23:16; 24:8,9; 30:29,32; Jeremiah 31:4; Ezekiel 26:13; 33:32; Daniel 3:4,6,7; Amos 6:5; 8:10; Matthew 9:23; 11:17; Mark 14:26; 1 Corinthians 14:15; Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16; Hebrews 2:12; Revelation 14:2,3; 18:22) See PRAISE See PSALMS
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