You can chant Torah!
This unique, step-by-step book and compact disc package will lead the novice through each step of learning how to chant Torah. Divided into 13 lessons and additional useful appendices and bibliography, the book allows the reader to "self-teach" the important principles of Torah cantillation. The only pre-requisite for this course of learning is a basic ability to read Hebrew and a willingness to learn! It is a perfect selection for B'nai Mitzvah students, beginning learners, and for adult education courses.
Step-by-step exercises and instructions CD of recordings correspond with written exercises Includes both male and female voices on recording Includes glossary, list of parashiyot, High Holy Day cantillation and more!
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Something to sing about: The greatly anticipated follow-up to the best-selling The Art of Torah Cantillation is HERE!
The Art of Cantillation, Volume 2, leads the novice through each step of learning how to chant the weekly Haftarah portions. The volume is divided into 13 lessons, with additional useful appendices and bibliography, allowing the reader to "self-teach" the important principles of the cantillation of the Nach (Prophets' and Writings') texts.
The only prerequisite for this course of learning is a basic ability to read Hebrew and a willingness to learn!
Provides step-by-step exercises and instructions
Includes 2 audio CD's of recordings that correspond with written exercises
Includes both male and female voices on recording
Includes glossary, list of parashiyot with their assigned haftarot, the 5 m'gilot chanted on the festivals, and more!
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Perfect introduction to traditional text study
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Discussion questions included
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