Mahzor Lev Shalem Purchase a personal copy of the book used for High Holy Days services. CSZ encourages the use of personal copies, as a. Mahzor Lev Shalem has 15 ratings and 3 reviews. Aryeh said: This book was a consideration by the Machzor selection sub-committee of the Ritual Committee. Gender neutral translation running commentaries that explain each prayer The complete liturgy for the high holy days Transliteration of all songs. Mahzor Lev.
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New Conservative machzor for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur with gender neutral translation and running commentaries that explain each prayer. This prayerbook includes the complete liturgy for the high holy days. An added feature is a full transliteration of all songs. Hardcoverpages.
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Jan 31, Aryeh rated it liked it. This book was a consideration by the Machzor selection sub-committee of the Ritual Committee. Nahzor group of us are reviewing several different ones to see what might be the best fit for our community, as we are trying to find a replacement for the one we have been using. This was, unfortunately, the first one voted against. It isn’t that it’s a bad book at all, it’s just that it was a bad fit for our community.
Hebrew has vowel markings. The script is pleasing to the eye and easy to read. The This book was a consideration by the Machzor selection sub-committee of the Ritual Committee.
There are mostly gender neutral references where there can be. There are lots of explanations for the HHD only attendee. Two separate columns in Amidah for ‘Patriarchs only’ followers and for ‘Patriarchs and Matriarchs’ followers. Lots of great reflections and poetry in side columns. Complete readings included for the Torah and Haftorah portions.
Torah blessings are transliterated. None of the reviewers cared for the red portions. They are both hard to read for anyone with any eye issues poor contrast and light red as opposed to bold dark redand we felt like they were distracting in a ‘red letter Gospel’ sort of way.
While there is translation, there is very little transliteration. This was especially a problem for Avinu Malkenu.
Mahzor Lev Shalem: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur by Edward Feld
Our congregation has the custom of all singing it together, however not everyone reads Hebrew. Transliteration in this portion is key.
The same for Un’taneh Tokef. Reflection readings were repetitive after a while and not particularly gender balanced. Overall, a huge step up from the prior volume, but for this mixed Reform-Conservative-Orthodox congregation yes, we do existnot a good match.
Apr 21, Lisa Feld rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is my fifth year using the Mahzor for High Holidays, and I’m delighted that at this point, I have certain favorite passages I like going back to and new, surprising things that I don’t remember from previous years. The Mahzor is laid out in four columns: I reall This is my fifth year using the Mahzor for High Holidays, and I’m delighted that at this point, I have certain favorite passages I like going back to and new, surprising things that I don’t remember from previous years.
Lef really appreciate being able to choose whether I’m praying along with the group or going off on my own tangent at any moment in the services, and it’s also nice to use the far left column for alternative readings in the service. I’m especially appreciative that there are prayers and passages for people in special circumstances–this year I couldn’t fast, and found it helpful to recite the prayer acknowledging that. There’s also a prayer in the Yizkor section for those mourning a difficult parent–not something I need, but Lec know people who have found that prayer speaks to them.
The Mahzor helped me have a really deep and engaged experience this holiday season, and I’m looking forward to it being a mainstay for many years to come. Oct 25, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. I used this for the High Holidays fun since my synagogue uses a different mahzor. I lead a family service, and spent real time with the mahzor throughout the High Holidays and leev a few days after, reading translations and the comments on the side, making notes and adding flags for the future.
There were almost too many inspirational anecdotes. I look forward to using this mahzor for many, many years. Nancy Eisner rated it it was amazing Jul 17, Daniel rated it it was amazing Sep 27, Shira Yisraela rated it liked it Dec 26, Constance Scharff rated it really liked it Jun 10, Robert New England rated it it was amazing Oct 15, Leon rated it really liked it Sep 24, Lara Chicofsky rated it it was amazing Dec 23, Tamar rated it really liked mahzr Sep 07, Jochelle Tiffany rated it it was amazing Mar 06, Kate Farrell rated it really liked it Feb 04, Guy H rated it it was amazing Oct 27, Caroline added it Nov 25, James Gaus marked it as to-read Aug 22, Naphty added it Aug 02, Annie Schiff added it Oct 04, Sean Chatman marked it as to-read Oct 13, Bri added it Jul 03, Betty van de rijn added it Aug 10, Dani is currently reading it Oct 08, Chuck Chatlynne marked it as to-read Jul 18, Suzanne marked it as to-read Aug 11, Shzlem marked it as to-read Aug 13, Bill Halper marked it as to-read Sep 11, Teri marked it as to-read Sep 13, Ilias Negris added it Sep 19, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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