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Ecclesiastes 2:8
I gathered me also silver and gold, and the peculiar treasure of kings and of the provinces: I got me men singers and women singers, and the delights of the sons of men, as musical instruments, and that of all sorts.
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Third Tractate. On the Kinds of Being (3).
... objects and making use of perceptible instruments and sense ... things, how can grammar
and music serve as ... Suppose that we say "great diversity" instead of "the ...
/.../ six enneads/third tractate on the kinds.htm

David's Choristers
... the viol and devise for themselves instruments of music ... of praise whose surges break
in music and roll ... are enforced most chiefly by the great Apostolic metaphor ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture g/davids choristers.htm

Psalm CL.
... but whereby He hath made them great, many as ... general name for all instruments of
music, although usage ... I have said, to all musical instruments, this instrument ...
/...// on the book of psalms/psalm cl.htm

The Relation of the Will of God to Sanctification
... God's will has a reaction upon the instruments whom He ... this one reason, at
least"perhaps the great one"that ... to God"discordant notes in the music of the ...
// ideal life/the relation of the will.htm

Of the Necessity of Divine Influences to Produce Regeneration in ...
... 4. Sometimes this great work is accomplished by secret ... the mind, without any visible
means, instruments, or occasions at ... till the sound of their music, and the ...
/.../practical discourses on regeneration/discourse vii of the necessity.htm

Third Tractate. Problems of the Soul (1).
... it were one musical utterance: the music, the harmony ... Thus all begins with the great
light, shining ... that acts through its appropriate instruments " through a ...
/.../plotinus/the six enneads/third tractate problems of the.htm

Dialogue iii. --The Impassible.
... walk; the body is like an instrument without music. ... material and colour, using for
its instruments the parts ... forward some took part in that great Council; some ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/dialogue iii the impassible.htm

Church Fabrics and Services.
... where so much liberty of thought and diversity of opinion ... is in itself a sufficient
proof that a great number of ... 1007] in some cathedral towns the music of the ...
/.../the english church in the eighteenth century/chapter x church fabrics and.htm

Of Prayer --A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits ...
... not that by which we arrogantly extol ourselves before God, or set a great value
on ... was gradually assigned to each, so that, according to diversity of business ...
/.../the institutes of the christian religion/chapter 20 of prayera perpetual.htm

part i
... the friends of mankind, angels of consolation, instruments or ministers ... There are
a great many mysteries in nature which ... the flesh and the spirit of the music. ...
// life in christ/part i.htm




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: Higgaion

Music: Higgaion:

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: Precentor

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

Secular Music

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