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The Instruments of the Bible (Read the Bible Series)

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Presented in a non-denominational format, The Instruments of the Bible explores in detail the various instruments mentioned in the Hebrew Scriptures including: the shofar, the two silver trumpets of Moses, bells of gold, melodic cymbals, cymbal clappers, lyre, harp, flute, reed-pipe, frame-drum, and various wooden instruments of cypress. Supported by the Biblical texts, hi ...more
Kindle Edition, 137 pages
Published February 4th 2012 by D.F. McCorkle eBook Publishing
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