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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Castanets [Heb. mena‘an‘îm]; AV CORNETS. Castanets are mentioned in 2 S. 6:5 among the musical instruments upon which David and the house of Israel played while bringing the ark from the house of Abinadab. This word is incorrectly translated “cornets” in the AV. The castanet was probably about the
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Shawm. In the Prayer-book version of Ps. 98:6, “with trumpets also and shawms” is the rendering of what stands in the Authorized Version “with trumpets and sound of cornet.” The Hebrew word translated “cornet” is treated under that head. The “shawm” was a musical instrument resembling the clarionet.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Cornet—Heb. shophar, “brightness,” with reference to the clearness of its sound (1 Chr. 15:28; 2 Chr. 15:14; Ps. 98:6; Hos. 5:8). It is usually rendered in the Authorized Version “trumpet.” It denotes the long and straight horn, about eighteen inches long. The words of Joel, “Blow the trumpet,” literally,
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CASTANETS<kas’-ta-nets>, <kas-ta-nets’> (מְנַעַנַעִים [menàaǹim]): Are mentioned in 2 Samuel 6:5 among the musical instruments upon which David and the house of Israel played at the time of the bringing up of the ark out of the house of Abinadab. This word is incorrectly translated “cornets” in
cornetCornet. Click on the audio icons beneath the art to hear the sound of a cornet. The selection is …Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.The cornet is closely related to the trumpet. Like the trumpet, the cornet is a wind instrument with valves. Both instruments usually are pitched in
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Corʹnet [Hebrew shôphâr], a loud-sounding instrument of music, made of the horn of a ram or of a chamois (sometimes of an ox), and used by the ancient Hebrews for signals; for proclaiming the jubilee year (Lev. 25:9); for announcing the approach of an enemy (Ezek. 33:4, 5); for use in war (Jer. 4:5,