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"Harps or Trumpets"

by Barbara van Look, Marketing Content Development Group, Exclusively for Fire Mountain Gems and Beads®

Gabriel sounds his horn, announcing his messages while choir after choir of white winged beings sing and strum harps. In the Book of Mormon, concourses of singing angels line the paths of heaven. Meanwhile, Hindu religious law says that angels sing to celebrate every instance where women are treated with respect and honor.

In Judeo-Christian traditions, Sandalphon is known as heaven's musical director and the patron of music for people on earth. In the Jewish Hadith, it is said that Moses knew what time it was by when the choirs of singing angels changed shifts. Meanwhile, Zoroastrian ahuras might sing or play tambourines, while Buddhist devas could contemplate the music of the spheres. Music and angelic beings have gone hand-in-hand for millennia, with the harp and the trumpet being the most popular instruments in their hands.