Jeduthun


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Jeduthun

(jēdyo͞o`thən), in the Bible, Levite associated with the temple worship. It is not known why the name appears in the titles of Psalms. 39, 62, and 77.
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The tertulias part one capped with the Jeduthun: The Singing Boholano Priests singing an acapella version of Lead Me Lord and a popular Filipino pop music Nasa' yo na ang Lahat.
He included the work of ten others: Adam, Melchizedek, Abraham, Moses, Heman, Jeduthun, Asaph, and the three sons of Korach.
In the Arsenal portrayal, David is standing frontally in the center of the composition playing a stringed instrument with a vaulted back and fretted neck, presumably a lute.(37) He is flanked by four figures, no doubt his co-psalmists Asaph, Ethan, Heman, and Jeduthun who play a psaltery, horn, tambourine, and cymbals.