« HAROSHETH HARP HARROW »

HARP

–A stringed instrument of music Isa 38:20; Eze 33:32; Hab 3:19

–With three strings (margin) 1Sa 18:6

–Ten strings Ps 33:2; 92:3; 144:9; 150:4

–Originated with Jubal Ge 4:21

–Made of almug wood 1Ki 10:12

–David skillful in manipulating 1Sa 16:16,23

–Used in worship 1Sa 10:5; 1Ch 16:5; 25:1-7; 2Ch 5:12,13; 29:25; Ps 33:2; 43:4; 49:4; 57:8; 71:22; 81:2; 92:3; 98:5; 108:2; 147:7; 149:3; 150:3

–Used, in national jubilees, after the triumph over Goliath, (margin) 1Sa 18:6

–Over the armies of Ammon and Moab 2Ch 20:28; with 20:20-29

–When the new walls of Jerusalem were dedicated Ne 12:27,36

–Used in festivities Ge 31:27; Job 21:11,12; Isa 5:12; 23:16; 24:8; 30:32; Eze 26:13; Re 18:22

–In mourning Job 30:31

–Discordant 1Co 14:7

–Hung on the willows by the captive Jews Ps 137:2

–Heard in heaven, in John’s apocalyptic vision Re 5:8; 14:2; 15:2

–The symbol used in the psalmody to indicate when the harp was to be introduced in the music was “Neginoth.” See titles of Ps 4; 6; 54; 55; 61; 67; 76

–See MUSIC, INSTRUMENTS OF

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