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B'nai Mitzvah Recordings

The pages below are based off of the pages in the Mishkan T'filah Shabbat Siddur (Prayer Book).

Nisim B’chol Yom

Pages 80-84
Nisim Bechol Yom literally means Everyday Miracles. These blessings are also known as the Morning Blessings, or Birchot Hashachar.

Nisim B'chol Yom - Option 1

Prayers Leading to The Sh'ma

Pages 86-110
*If your Bar or Bat Mitzvah teacher feels that you can read Eilu D'varim and Yotzeir well, feel free to reach out to Cantor Bryce if you are interested in learning a melody for either or both. NOTE: The Chatzi Kaddish is on page 106.

P. 86 La'asok B'divrei Torah (reading)
P. 88 Eilu D’varim (reading*)
Chatzi Kaddish
P. 108 Bar’chu, composed by Ben Siegel
P. 110 Yotzeir (reading*)
P. 112 Ahava Rabbah, Traditional Shabbat Melody

Sh'ma, V’ahavta, and L'ma'an Tizk'ru

Pages 114-116
*The V'ahavta and L'ma'an Tizk'ru are chanted the way that the Torah is chanted; hence, they can be good tools for learning the sound patterns and melodic symbols (called Trope) of the Torah. NOTE: The V'ahavta is on page 116.

P. 114 Sh'ma, composed by Salomon Sulzer
V'ahavta
P. 116 L'ma'an Tizk'ru*

 

Adonai S'fatai, Avot V’imahot, and Gevurot

Pages 124-126 

The below prayers make up the beginning of the prayer known as T'filah. It is also known as Amidah, or "standing prayer."  *If your Bar or Bat Mitzvah is between Passover and Sukkot, you need to learn the Gevurot "Summer" version. If your Bar or Bat Mitzvah is between Sukkot and Passover, you need to learn the Gevurot "Winter" version.

P. 124-126 Adonai S'fatai (p. 124) and Avot V'Imahot (p. 126), Traditional Shabbat Melody
P. 126 Gevurot - Summer*
P. 126 Gevurot - Winter*

L'dor Vador and Yism'chu

Pages 130-132

P. 130 L'dor Vador (Cantor Sol Zim)
P. 132 Yism'chu (Folk Melody)

Torah and Haftarah Blessings

Pages 250 and 254 
*The blessings with #1 are chanted before you chant your final Torah Aliyah and before your Haftarah. The blessings with #2 are chanted after you chant your final Torah Aliyah and after your Haftarah.

P. 250 Torah Blessing #1
P. 250 Torah Blessing #2
P. 254 Haftarah Blessing #1
P. 254 Haftarah Blessing #2
Tue, October 26 2021 20 Cheshvan 5782