This groundbreaking publication fills a need for a handy source for Shabbat, weekday, and holiday blessings and songs. Created by NFTY, this attractive, pocket-size volume can be used in the home, the synagogue, camps, youth groups, weddings, and anywhere that Jews gather. Quantity discounts are available.
(spiral binding) The most comprehensive single-volume collection of Jewish songs to date. The Complete Shireinu features the best of Israeli, Jewish summer camp, traditional, contemporary and Sephardic genres in fully notated form (written-out melodies plus chord symbols). Much of the music is in print for the first time in this volume. The Complete Shireinu has become the standard Jewish songbook in all libraries. Also features the songs of our CD compilation Ruach 5761/2001.
Edited, corrected and amended version features 77 new songs that were not in the original, including 15 from TMP's recording, Ruach 5761/2001. For a chorded version, see the Shireinu Chordster, also see the Complete Shireinu with full musical notation.
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The Haftarah Commentary is a comprehensive new translation of the weekly selections from the Prophets and Writings, complete with meticulously cantillated Hebrew text, commentary and translations, essays, gleanings from sources modern and ancient, notes, glossary, bibliography, and additional selections for use as alternatives to the traditional haftarot. To insure the accuracy and accessibility of the new volume, consulting editor S. David Sperling, a professor of Hebrew at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, reviewed the entire text and commentary.
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"Eminently useful."--Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis, Valley Beth Shalom, Encino, CA
Heads and Tales: Stories of the Sages to Enlighten Our Minds
Rabbi Edwin Goldberg's new book Heads and Tales: Stories from the Sages to Enlighten our Minds brings age-old tales to life once more. Designed as an introduction to the art of reading rabbinic literature, Heads and Tales opens the door to the creative genius of the rabbis of long ago.
Using this carefully selected collection of stories, Heads and Tales will help instill a love of Jewish stories, while also helping students gain the skills needed to be critical readers of these traditional stories. In addition, these stories demonstrate that the issues that concerned our ancestors in past generations are similar or are the same as those that concern us today. The tales found in the book, while they may have been written in years gone by, remain most relevant.
Perfect introduction to traditional text study
Texts provided in both Hebrew and English
Discussion questions included
Insightful commentary on each story
Well-suited for high school or adult education classes
More than the centerpiece of Purim celebrations, Esther is unique in the biblical canon, and raises as many questions as it reveals answers. It is a rich source for text study, at Purim and throughout the year.