Harp and Lyre in the Jewish tradtion

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The ancient Hebrews had two stringed instruments, the "kinnor" and the "nebel". In the English versions of the Old Testament the former word is wrongly translated "harp." In both instruments the strings were set in vibration by the fingers, or perhaps by a little stick, the plectrum. ecious instruments, of sandalwood (I Kings x. 11; A. V. "almug").
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Harp and Lyre in the Jewish tradtion
Harp and Lyre in the Jewish tradtion
Harp and Lyre in the Jewish tradtion
Harp and Lyre in the Jewish tradtion