Kinnor Harp is an excellent example of ancient time’s musical instruments belonging to York lutes family. The instrument in modern times is known as harp or lyre. It was the national instrument of the Jewish people. The Kinnor Harp is considered as a stringed instrument played centuries ago. From a religious standpoint, in the Old Testament, it was the first instrument with strings that was written in the Bible in the verse Genesis 4:21.
Kinnor Harp is described to have 10 strings that are often played with the help of a pick. In the Book of Samuels, it is mentioned that this historical instrument was also played by David with his hand. The Kinnor Harp has a soundboard with two arms and its strings stretch to the body. The instrument comes 42 times in the Old Testament that describes the divine worship and religious festivals. It was played in combination with the nevel that is also considered as a type of lyre. However, lyre is slightly bigger and produces a louder sound than Kinnor Harp.
In Hindu Temples, at least nine Kinnor Harp instruments were played at the same time. Moreover, in Hebrew, the term “Kinor” means a modern western-type violin.
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