1 edition of Guide to Sidrot and Haftarot found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ktav Pub Inc|
|Publishers||Ktav Pub Inc|
|LC Classifications||June 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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The Haftarot for the morning of Tisha b'Av, and for the Shabbat preceding it, are, in many synagogues, predominantly read to the melody used for the public reading of theor Eicha. Jason Aronson Beginnings: Raising a Jewish Child Early Years: A manual for expectant parents containing information about life cycle events, choosing a religious school, teaching children civic responsibility, etc.
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the haftarah for for Ashkenazim and Sephardim is only 10 verses; and the haftarah for is, for Ashkenazim and Sephardim only 15 verses, and for Italic Jews only 14 verses.
August 2011 Genesis [ ]• 1:1-3:22 This is alwaysthe Sabbath preceding• S, Y: Joshua 1:1—9 Y add verse 6:27 some S follow this with the haftarah used for a bridegroom [Isaiah 61:10-62:8]. Rowman and Littlefield The Jewish Book of Numbers: Fascinating facts about numbers and their influence in Jewish life and thought.
A, AH: First Samuel 15:2—34• makes the analogous claim for the custom of reciting Psalm 91 in Motza'ei Shabbat. A, S, I: Judges 13:2—25•The Pentateuch and Haftorahs, London: Soncino Press, 1937, 2nd ed. Erev Pesach falls on Shabbat HaGadol in the spring of 1994, 2001, 2005, 2008, 2021, 2025, 2045, 2048, 2052, 2072, 2075, 2079, and 2099.
And, of course, the very extensive list published as an appendix to volume 10 of the Encyclopedia Talmudit 1961, Tel Aviv cols.
This appears only in the second not the first edition of Hertz, meaning it was a reading added by someone other than Hertz, the inclusion of 6:27 - which the second edition of Hertz identifies in a footnote as a S reading - is based on a "few communities".
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However, all offered explanations for the origin of reading the haftarah have unanswered difficulties.