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Abyssinian accompanied ancient world Appendix Arabic Assyrian Babylonian Bible century B.C. chants circa cithara civilization consisted copper crossbar culture cymbals dance dancers dating back depicted developed double flutes double oboe double pipes drum earliest early Egypt Egyptian Eighteenth Dynasty Enki Enlil epic Erech Figure fingerholes flute Gilgamesh gods Greek Gudea hand harp harpist Hebrew holes horn hymns Inanna inlaid instru Israelites ivory King kinnor later Levites literature Lugalbanda lute lyre melody mentioned ments Mesopotamia metal millennium B.C. modes musical instruments musical notation musicians nether world Ninhursag Nippur orchestra Palestine pentatonic period Phoenician Plate played players plectrum poetry popular priests probably Psalms Psaltery reed religious rhythm rhythmic Sachs sacred scale Semitic shofar similar singers singing sistra sistrum song sound story stringed instruments style Sumerian Syrian Talmud tambourine Temple texts timbrel tomb tones trumpet type of music University Museum Utnapishtim vertical vocal Wall Painting women word