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The Second Temple

The thing that stands out in the traditions is that singing in the temple was an inseparable part of the actual work, from the work of the temple to the point of distinction because even "singing" is-is "work". This work, it should be noted, has an established origin
In the past we pointed to the important family element found in the temple's musical system. This phenomenon was common in neighboring Egypt and Mesopotamia. So much so that it took shape towards the establishment of musical guilds with a family foundation.
From harp and violin, through bells, trumpets and of course up to trumpets - each instrument had special instructions during the Second Temple period
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