The Orot Sephardic Succot Mahazor : a new linear, Sephardic mahazor with English translation and an anthologized commentary including the laws and the customs of Sephardic communities in all parts of the world / under the general editorship of Rabbi Eliezer Toledano.
Orot Sephardic Sukot maḥzor
בשער גם: מחזור קול יהודה.
Mahzor. English. 2002.
Lakewood (N.J.)-place of publication
Toledano, Eliezer (editor)
Lakewood, NJ : Orot, Inc
"Rabbi Avraham Kleinkaufman... translated the vast majority of the Maḥazor, including the commentary and insights... Rabbi Dovid Kleinkaufman... translated a significant portion of the Maḥazor..."--Page xiv.
Includes bibliographical references.
NLI copy S: bibliographical references at end are erroneously numbered pages 171-172.
Prayers in Hebrew with linear English translation
supplementary material in English.
Orot tefillah series
xxiv, 801 pages
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