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Instruments of worship in the Zillah and Ronald Castle collection of musical instruments.

Zillah Castle

Instruments of worship in the Zillah and Ronald Castle collection of musical instruments.

by Zillah Castle

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Published by Zillah and Ronald Castle Music Museum in Wellington, New Zealand .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical instruments -- Catalogs and collections

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    GenreCatalogs and collections
    ContributionsZillah and Ronald Castle Music Museum. Zillah and Ronald Castle Collection of Musical Instruments
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML462W45 Z5 1980
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18763588M

    Description: The Galpin Society Journal is published annually, and contains articles, reviews, correspondence and notes and queries on all aspects of musical instruments, in support of the aim of the Society - the publication of original research into the history, construction, development and use of musical instruments. Articles, which are refereed before publication, are welcome . Musical Instruments in the Public Worship of God, Chapter 2 The Regulative Principle and Musical Instruments in Public Worship Brian Schwertley Now that the scriptural foundation of the regulative principle of worship has been clearly established, let us examine a worship practice common today and see if it has biblical Size: KB.

    Instruments of music were used in the Old Testament (2 Chronicles ; Psalm ; Exodus ) but were not used in Christian worship in the churches for about 1, years. The American Encyclopedia and some other encyclopedias say that Pope Vitalian first used it in A.D. [in his private worship]. Symbolic Instruments. Let us notice more Scriptural teachings on the subject. “And when he had taken the book, the four beasts and four and twenty elders fell down before the Lamb, having every one of them harps, and golden vials full of odours, which are the prayers of saints.” * (Revelation ) “And I heard the voice of harpers harping with their harps.” * (Revelation ) .

    mechanical instruments of music in their worship services?” B. Basically there are four reasons. 1. There is no command to use it. 2. There is no example of it in Christian worship when the church was first established and for centuries thereafter. 2. The word of history is unanimous that musical instruments were not used inFile Size: 48KB. Musical Instruments In Scripture Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor. The Bible frequently mentions musical instruments in association with the praise of the Lord. The following six entries explain that percussion, wind, and string instruments each had their place in the worship of the people of God.


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Instruments of worship in the Zillah and Ronald Castle collection of musical instruments by Zillah Castle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Zillah and Ronald Castle started the Castle Collection of musical instruments before the Second World War and it was exhibited from their home in Newtown, Wellington until Ronald´s death in The Auckland Museum purchased most of the private collection from the estate infulfilling the Castles’ wish that their private museum would form the basis of a national collection.

Zillah and Ronald Castle started the Castle Collection of musical instruments before the Second World War and it was exhibited from their home in Newtown, Wellington until Ronald´s death in The Auckland Museum purchased most of the private collection from the estate infulfilling the Castles’ wish that their private museum would.

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Musical instruments in the public worship of GodAuthor: Brian M Schwertley. Papers mainly relate to Ronald Castle and his sister, Zillah. They include Ronald's poems and correspondence; Zillah's correspondence re performing and teaching, scrapbooks relating to music, musical instruments and general topics including programmes for concerts in New Zealand and United Kingdom; papers relating to Ronald's and Zillah's radio.

Neither Ronald nor Zillah married, preferring to continue the musical traditions centred on the family home in Colombo Street, Newtown.

This in fact consisted of three adjacent houses, numb 27 and num with mews attached, was expanded to contain their extraordinary collection of early and unusual musical instruments.

Musical Instruments in the Public Worship of God Brian Schwertley Introduction God, who is infinite and eternal, who created the heavens and the earth, can only be approached on His own terms.

This is true of salvation as well as worship. God has redeemed a people out of fallen humanity to serve, worship and glorify Size: KB. About the Author. Jeremy Montagu is a private museum curator in Oxford, United Kingdom.

He is a retired Oxford University lecturer and curator of the Bate Collection of Historical Instruments. He has published several books on musical instruments and has written for such journals as the Galpin Society Journal, Early Music, and FoMRHI by: 4.

When the congregation of Israel assembled for instruction, musical praise with instruments was forbidden by the Law of Moses. God gave this law as the result of their rising up to play at Mount Sinai as they worshipped the golden calf with singing, dancing naked. E) Charles H.

Spurgeon, recognized as one of the greatest Baptist preachers that ever lived, who preached for 20 years to thousands of people weekly in the Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle, London, England, did not have musical instruments in the worship. M.C. Kurfeest, Instrumental Music in the Worship, page   Secondly, the musical instruments were played only by certain Levite musicians and not by all the people as previously (1 Chronicles ).

This was a new revelation from the LORD of his divine will. From this time onwards the use of musical instruments in Israelite worship was formalised and highly regulated. This wonderful resource is divided into two major sections: Part One: Ways to Use Instruments Creatively in Worship, and Part Two: The Creative Use of Instruments in One is a mini-course in arranging hymntunes for instruments with practical suggestions for woodwinds, brass, and string sections as well as for percussion and Orff instruments.

Thus, in the Bible, "music" is used of instrumental music only. There are, however, two classes of instruments: (1) wind instruments, (2) hand-played instruments.

These have been here since the days of Adam (Gen.harp and organ). The use of musical instruments was even commanded in some passages: “Begin the music, strike the timbrel, play the melodious harp and lyre” (Psalm ; cf. ; ). Several of the psalms were intended to be played “with stringed instruments” (e.g., Psalm ; ; ; ).

This first comprehensive history of musical instruments, this book ranges from prehistoric times to the 20th century. It traverses five continents and every stage of evolution, from primitive rattles and bull-roarers to the electric organ/5.

The book of Revelation says absolutely nothing about the New Testament church worshipping God with musical instruments. To add "worship of the church" to the harp passages is to add to "the words of the prophecy of this book" and, therefore, falls under the condemnation of Revelation He could play skilfully himself (1 Samuel ) and actually made a number of musical instruments for use in the house of worship.

Music and singing were a major part of the worship services in his day. 1 Chronicles tells us: "And, said David 4, are to praise the Lord with the instruments which I made for praise" (Amp. Bible). I think this fear of using instruments was based on the regulative principle understood a certain way that said that in the New Testament you don't find any instruments.

("Singing and making melody in your hearts to the Lord" [Ephesians ] is there, but nobody is playing a harp or guitar or drum.) And I think that's a mistake to limit it. From A Brief History Of Instruments In Worship I come now to say somewhat of the antiquity of musical instruments.

But that these were not used in the Christian church in the primitive times, is attested by all the ancient writers with one consent. The joyful music of the kinnōr was heard in the temple (1 Chronicles ; 2 Chronicles ), as well as during festivities and banquets (Isaiah ).

David used this instrument to calm Saul's spirit (1 Samuel ). It was played by itself (1 Samuel ) or with other musical instruments (1 Samuel ). Pastor Henderson looks at the question of whether it is proper to have musical instruments in the church. The answer might surprise you but it is based on Scripture.

God requires us to “worship the Father in spirit and truth” (John ). The Bible does not require musical instruments in church for worship services, but musical instruments are certainly not prohibited. Read more about music in the Bible in the article “ Songs of Praise.” About the Author.

Charles Haughee.Musical distinctives grew, but they were connected to the theological issues of the day. The praise of psalmody continued, probably in part to battle the Marcionites. There were no explicit condemnations of musical instruments 9as church fathers emphasized the unity and harmony of Size: KB.Therefore, many ask if it is okay to use musical instruments in worship.

The answer is best given by scripture: "Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you, with all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God," (Col.

).