The Koren Sacks Yom Kippur Mahzor - Hebrew / English - Ashkenaz (Compact)
Enrich your personal prayer experience this Yom Kippur with this amazing and practical Hebrew / English mahzor (prayer book) from Koren Publishers:
- This mahzor features a modern English translation, an easy-to-follow layout, and includes additional Piyutim and Selihot.
- This mahzor is according to the Nusach Ashkenaz tradition.
- Will make a terrific addition to your personal library that you will love using every Yom Kippur for many years to come!
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Language: Hebrew / English, Nusach Ashkenaz
Hardcover 1375 pages, Size: 4.1" x 6.1" / 10.5 x 15.5 cm
Experience Yom Kippur in a new and spiritual way with this incredible Koren Yom Kippur Mahzor. Providing a simple and clear translation for the convenience of English readers, this great book was designed to broaden accessibility to these powerful prayers for a larger audience. The Mahzor clarifies the Hebrew and English texts, accentuating key words, makes distinctions between poetry from prose, and uses outstanding fonts designed by illustrious typographer Eliyahu Koren. With intricate detail on the cover, this book is both elegant and practical. It includes additional Piyutim and Selihot as well as the full text of the Mishna Yoma with additional commentary. Rabbi Sacks' excellent translation brings readers closer to the true meaning of the Hebrew text, while his introduction and commentary provide new ways of understanding and experiencing the Yom Kippur prayers. A stunning companion to the Koren Sacks Rosh HaShana Mahzor, this phenomenal volume will make an indescribable difference to your Yom Kippur service.
Koren Publishers, originally founded by Eliyahu Koren over 50 years ago, has transformed the way Jews pray worldwide. His effort to create a font that executes maximum clarity to the reader, makes ancient Hebrew accessible during a modern era. The first Koren Siddur was published in 1981, to "encourage(d) the worshiper to engross the mind and heart in prayer,” according to Mr. Koren. All IDF soldiers receive a Koren Siddur upon entering the Israeli army, which is a ritual that prevails today. Koren continues to expand to Jews all over the world to transform the prayer experience.