David: 1Ch 15:10-24, 1Sa 10:5, 2Sa 6:5-23, 2Ki 3:15, Psa 47:5, Psa 68:25-27, Psa 150:3-5
singing: Heb. songs
with harps: The word kinnor, in Chaldee, kinnora, in Syraic, kainoro, in Arabic, kinnarat, and in Greek κινυρος, certainly denotes a harp, played on with the hand, according to 1Sa 16:23. The number of strings in the harp was at first three; but afterwards they were increased to four, and at last to seven. 1Ch 15:28, 1Ch 16:5, 1Ch 16:42, 1Ch 23:5, 1Ch 25:1-6, Dan 3:5-7, Amo 5:23, Amo 6:5
psalteries: Naivel, or naibel, in Greek ναβλα, and in Latin, nablium, was an instrument of the harp kind; having twelve sounds.
Reciprocal: 1Ch 15:16 - the singers 1Ch 15:19 - General 2Ch 7:6 - the priests 2Ch 20:28 - with psalteries Neh 12:27 - thanksgivings Psa 33:2 - with the psaltery Psa 33:3 - play Psa 68:24 - even Isa 30:29 - with a pipe