By Francis Kleynjans
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This advisor to the piano literature for the one-handed pianist surveys over 2,100 person piano items which come with not just live performance literature yet pedagogical items to boot. Following the advent are 4 chapters cataloguing unique works for the appropriate hand on my own, unique works for the left hand by myself, track prepared or transcribed for one hand by myself, and concerted works for one hand in live performance with different pianists, tools, or voices.
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23 is not apparent. 48 The LORD's Song Je-iel, or to all the names from Zechariah to Je-iel? 24 as gatekeepers for the ark? 24b, if both pairs of men were gatekeepers for the ark? Fourthly, why are the gatekeepers mentioned at all in this context? Fifthly, if Chenaniah is 'the chief of the Levites', or even the director of the choir, why is he not mentioned earlier? Sixthly, why are the priests mentioned where they are, if they are to blow the trumpets before the ark and so stand somewhere near the front of the procession?
This song is defined more closely as 'the song in the LORD'S house', that is, songs set to be sung at the temple. Thirdly, by the performance of choral music at the temple, the musicians 'ministered' to the LORD, like courtiers at the palace of a king. Since they were appointed to stand in the LORD'S service, their ministry proceeded according to the ritual statute for their performance of sacred song. They therefore attended to the LORD and administered his business. 4 Sacred song was performed at the site of the ark in Jerusalem, anachronistically 1.
5 by his mention of the divine election of the Levites and the perpetuity of their ministry. This ministry, which the Levites were to perform for the LORD, is explained in 1 Chronicles 16. The Levites were to 'minister' regularly to the LORD before the ark of the covenant (1 Chron. 4, 37) as well as at the tabernacle in Gibeon (1 Chron. 32). This was accomplished by 'proclaiming', 'thanking' and 'praising' him (1 Chron. 4; cf. 2 Chron. 2). Their ministry to the LORD was therefore the ministry of song (1 Chron.