Strong's Hebrew5329. natsach -- preeminent or enduring...
especially of the Temple services and its music
); also (as denominative from netsach),
to be permanent -- excel, chief musician
(singer), oversee(-r), set ... /hebrew/5329.htm - 6k
The Wordless Book
... are times, to one under a sense of sin, when there is no music in the world like
that of the 51st Psalm, and it is music for the chief Musician, for "there is ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 57 1911/the wordless book.htm
... in the notes to the hymns, the musician, out of ... to words that are unworthy of any
music whatever. The chief offenders here are the protestant reformers, whose ...
/.../bridges/a practical discourse on some principles of hymn-singing/note.htm
The Memorable Hymn. "And when they had Sung an Hymn, they Went Out ...
... lessons in music, in which My dying voice shall lead you: notwithstanding all the
griefs which overwhelm My heart, I will be to you the Chief Musician, and the ...
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A Practical Discourse on Some Principles of Hymn-Singing
... performed by the genteel pupils of the local musician, who, gathered round ... of any
one that the modern church music has for one chief differentiation the ...
/.../a practical discourse on some.htm
Preparation for Revival
... My harp is out of tune, and the strings are all loosened, but the chief musician
understands his instruments, and knows how to get music out of us, and in ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 10 1864/preparation for revival.htm
The Monk of Thagaste
... things...." He is always coming back to it"to this music he loves ... He was born a musician. ...
letters at this present moment of his life, his chief reasons were ...
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... Chief Baron Thomas Kelly of that city, a judge ... The music editors in some hymnals
have borrowed the ... father, Samuel, he became a distinguished musician, and was ...
/.../brown/the story of the hymns and tunes/chapter iv missionary hymns.htm
Hymns of Hope and Consolation.
... Chief of these is the first named, though that is ... Dying Christian" ceased to appear
in church music, the poem ... is that he was an English musician and psalmodist ...
/.../brown/the story of the hymns and tunes/chapter xiv hymns of hope.htm
... in Delaware, O., March 10, 1830, a hymnist and musician. ... so good purpose that he
taught music classes himself ... and Ireland, and through the chief American cities ...
/.../brown/the story of the hymns and tunes/chapter xii field hymns.htm
The Poetical Books.
... those Italian words which you find over the staff on your sheet music. ... The inscription
"To the Chief Musician" means, probably, "For the Leader of the Choir ...
/.../gladden/who wrote the bible/chapter vii the poetical books.htm
Nave's Topical IndexNehemiah 12:42
And Maaseiah, and Shemaiah, and Eleazar, and Uzzi, and Jehohanan, and Malchijah, and Elam, and Ezer. And the singers sang loud, with Jezrahiah their overseer.Nave's Topical Index
The LORD God is my strength, and he will make my feet like hinds' feet, and he will make me to walk on my high places. To the chief singer on my stringed instruments.
Nave's Topical Index
Music in Church
Music in Heaven
Music of Heavenly Felicity
Music of Joy and Gladness
Music used in Idol Worship
Music: (Ceasing of) of Calamities
Music: Alamoth: A Musical Term Which Appears In
Music: Alamoth: And in the Title of
Music: Al-Taschith: It Appears in the Titles of
Music: Appointed to be Used in the Temple
Music: Chambers for Musicians in the Temple, in Ezekiel's Vision
Music: Chief Musician
Music: Considered Efficacious in Mental Disorders
Music: Custom of Sending Away Friends With
Music: Designed to Promote Joy
Music: Discoursed During the offering of Sacrifices
Music: Divided Into: Instrumental
Music: Divided Into: Vocal
Music: Early Invention of
Music: Effects Produced on the Prophets of Old By
Music: Generally Put Aside in Times of Affliction
Music: Instruments of Cornet
Music: Instruments of Cymbals
Music: Instruments of Dulcimer
Music: Instruments of Dulcimer, a Double Pipe
Music: Instruments of Early Invention of
Music: Instruments of Flute
Music: Instruments of Gittith, a Stringed Instrument
Music: Instruments of Great Diversity of
Music: Instruments of Harp
Music: Instruments of Invented by David
Music: Instruments of Invented by Jubal
Music: Instruments of Made by Solomon
Music: Instruments of Made by Tyrians
Music: Instruments of Made of Almug Wood
Music: Instruments of Made of Brass
Music: Instruments of Made of Fir Wood
Music: Instruments of Made of Horns of Animals
Music: Instruments of Made of Silver
Music: Instruments of Many, With Strings
Music: Instruments of Often Expensively Ornamented
Music: Instruments of Organ
Music: Instruments of Organ, Probably Composed of Pipes Furnishing a Number of Notes
Music: Instruments of Pipe
Music: Instruments of Psaltery
Music: Instruments of Sackbut
Music: Instruments of Sackbut, a Harp
Music: Instruments of Tabret
Music: Instruments of The Jews Celebrated for Inventing
Music: Instruments of Timbrel
Music: Instruments of Trumpet
Music: Instruments of Viol
Music: Instruments of Viol, a Lyre
Music: Makalath, Maschil, Leannoth: These Terms are Found in the Titles of
Music: Maschil: This Musical Sign Occurs in the Titles of
Music: Micahtam: A Musical Term in the Titles of
Music: Muth-Labben in the Title of
Music: Neginah and Neginoth: Appear in the Titles of
Music: Nehiloth: Appears in the Title of
Music: Physical Effect of, on Man
Music: Sheminith in the Titles of
Music: Shiggaion in the Title of
Music: Shiggaion: And Its Plural, Shigionoth, in the Title of
Music: Shoshannim and Shushan-Eduth in the Titles To
Music: Signifies the Murmuring Tone of a Harp
Music: Teachers of
Music: The Jews Used in Commemorating Great Men
Music: The Jews Used in Dances
Music: The Jews Used in Funeral Ceremonies
Music: The Jews Used in Private Entertainments
Music: The Jews Used in Religious Feasts
Music: The Jews Used in Sacred Processions
Music: The Jews Used: At Consecration of Temple
Music: The Jews Used: At Coronation of Kings
Music: The Jews Used: At Dedication of City Walls
Music: The Jews Used: At Laying Foundation of Temple
Music: The Jews Used: To Celebrate Victories
Music: The Movements of Armies Regulated By
Music: Unclassified Scriptures Relating To
Music: Vanity of all Unsanctified
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