Praise the Lord with harp - kinnor ; probably something like our harp: but Calmet thinks it the ancient testudo, or lyre with three strings.
The psalter - nebel . Our translation seems to make a third instrument in this place, by rendering asor , an instrument of ten strings; whereas they should both be joined together, for nebel - asor signifies the nebal, or nabla, with ten strings, or holes. Calmet supposes this to have resembled our harp. In one of Kennicott' s MSS., this Psalm begins with the second verse.
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