Aijeleth Shahar

Aijeleth Shahar (ăjˈəlĕth shāˈhär) [key], superscription of Psalm 22, probably the tune to which it was to be sung, named from the first words of some other verse set to it. Other superscriptions of similar explanation are: Al-taschith (Psalms 57, 58, 59, and 75), Jonath-elem-rechokim (56), Mahalath (53), Mahalath Leannoth (88), Shoshannim (45 and 69), Shoshannim-Eduth (80), and Shushan-eduth (60).

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  • Shushan-eduth - Shushan-eduth Shushan-eduth : see Aijeleth Shahar.
  • Mahalath - Mahalath Mahalath and Mahalath Leannoth:see Aijeleth Shahar.
  • Shoshannim - Shoshannim Shoshannim and Shoshannim-Eduth: see Aijeleth Shahar.
  • Al-taschith - Al-taschith: Al-taschith: see Aijeleth Shahar.
  • Jonath-elem-rechokim - Jonath-elem-rechokim: Jonath-elem-rechokim: see Aijeleth Shahar.

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