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  • The psalms, under the title Psaltery, are printed together, so arranged that the entire psalter may be chanted or recited each week, and so distributed, or, when too long, divided, that approximately there may be the same number of verses for each day's Office.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 16 [Supplement]

  • I think the reason is that he wished to indicate the grace sounding in him from on high by the gift of the Spirit, because of all instruments the Psaltery is the only one which has the source of its sounds above.

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

  • His text no doubt resembled his essay on ‘Speaking to the Psaltery’, which appeared in May and which he reprinted in Ideas of Good and Evil.

    Later Articles and Reviews

  • I'd like to see a feature where in Second Life I could also authenticate to my campus network via sso and others from my University would see me as my real name, while non-University users would still see me as illovich Psaltery.

    Virtual reality and higher education: Another perspective

  • Florence Farr and I had just begun that attempt described in ‘Speaking to the Psaltery’36 to revive the ancient art of minstrelsy.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • The Psaltery of the Ten Chords, Joachim, by means of elaborate parallels and calculations, established the relation between the three great ages.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Below are six prophets, among them David, with his Psaltery, and Solomon, in crown and royal robe.

    Luca Signorelli

  • And then I told how, when she came to die, her funeral was attended by a concourse of all the poor, and some of the gentry, too, of the neighborhood for many miles around, to show their respect for her memory, because she had been such a good and religious woman; so good indeed that she knew all the Psaltery [336-7] by heart, ay, and a great part of the Testament [336-8] besides.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • Don't you think she knew her Psaltery by heart, and a great part of the Testament besides?

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • Other instruments, however, were in use by the early Anglo-Saxons, such as the Psaltery, the Fiddle, and the Pipe.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 38, December, 1860


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