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Rabbi Jonathan Ginsburg shows you how to sing the Shabbat Torah service.
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This video is to help you learn the Torah service for shabab morning. They are going to torah. So financy door that has Torah service and the one we use Sidur Hadash, it is page 180. It would be after the shafri omita. I am going to help you find it and I am going to have the Hebrew words and Trans iteration in the description as much as they will allow.
Before the arc is opened and this is just kind of one main Ashkenazi tone (Singing foreign language). When we open the arc, everybody stands up (Singing foreign language), and then you are going to, usually skip couple of pages, there is a long merit prayer, and the last paragraph of that is called bay anara phase. See if you can find it. For us it is on page 184 for Sidur Hadash but it will be a few pages later. Bay Anara phase, here is the one main to it (singing foreign language)
Somebody who is ever going to take the Torah, takes it out and sings first (singing foreign language) and then we repeat that (singing foreign language) and then they sing the next line that we repeated (singing foreign language) then we all do together, we turn around to face the arc and we bow (singing foreign language). Now we start the procession around the sanctuary (singing foreign language).
Now the reader will then call people ballad balliot and you have to give them your first name. I have a video, Torah Elijah 101, one of my first ones, which explain everything about how to happen Elijah, and the Torah blessings that are there. Now when you are all done you recite the Kadish and I have the video on the half and full Kadish that you can watch. Then somebody is had guindilla. They raise the Torah up and they do that. And if you ever get called to do that and the Torah sometimes could be heavy and one side to the other depending were you are reading it. You take leverage of the table and lift it up so you then turn your back on the congregation. They are looking at the inside of the Torah, which is Hugba. Lila is the one who wraps the torah and while you are lifting it we all sing (singing foreign language). Then there is the half torah and I have a video on the half Torah blessings then some other miscellaneous prayers, for example the Usherette someone 45. I have a video on how to do that and then the service returning the Torah to the arc is after the Usherette and she does the bottom of page 206 just find it. (singing foreign language)
Then on Shabba we do Psalm 29 (singing foreign language). Then the person that is leading the service will sing the next part (singing foreign language). There is another prayer if these is a festival weekday and then as you return the Torah to the arc (singing foreign language). Usually people do it silently couple of lines (singing foreign language) then you close the arc and you sit back and mention all this and wait for a great sermon, Shalom.