Psalm Tunes - Dr. White Bible as Literature Psalm Tunes...

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Dr. White Bible as Literature Psalm Tunes Aijeleth Shahar, “The Doe of the Morning” Altaschith, “Do Not Destroy” Jonathelemrechokim, “A Dove on Distant Oaks/ Terebinths”; another translation: “Dove of (the) Silence (i.e., dumb Israel) of (i.e., among) Distances (i.e., strangers)” Muthlabben, “To Die for the Son” or “The Death of the Son.” Others have taken the word as the name of a musical instrument or as the name of an air to which the psalm was sung. Shoshannim, “Lilies” also the name of some musical instrument, probably like a lily in shape. Some think that it refers to an instrument of six strings. Shushaneduth, “Lilies of the Covenant” or “Lily (or trumpet) of Assemblage” Some Psalm Terminology Lehazkir “for being remembered, i.e., “a petition before God” Lelammed “for teaching” Letodah “for praising” or “for giving thanks” Mahalath Leannoth Maschil The word “leannoth” seems to point to some kind of instrument. The whole phrase might mean, “On the sickness of affliction: a lesson;” or, “Concerning
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2010 for the course LIT 3374 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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