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Below are recordings of various parts of the traditional High Holiday services. They are not complete, as I did not record the more nusach or chant-oriented sections of the liturgy. For these sections I would recommend the recordings of Hazzan Avraham Davis, as well as those of Rabbi Haskel Lookstein.
**A request: In the past I have sold CDs of these recordings and used the proceeds to raise money for worthy charities. I would ask that if you make use of these recordings in a significant way, that you make an $18 donation to Yeshivat Chovevei Torah.
Fantastic!! I have been looking around for somewhere to learn the davening niggunim without sounding like a “stuck up” Cantor!
You did a great job and its a big help.
I dont see the first part of Musaf Amida for Rosh Chodesh – is it because its the same as something else?
The Nusach I was taught for Rosh Chodesh Shabbat or weekday was that the yomtov nusach took over at the bracha in Le’dor Vador at the end of Kedusha and then only on Hakel haKadosh otherwise the amidah was started in shabbat or weekday mode.
The nusach reverted to shabbat or weekday at the start of Retsei. The passages in the musaph for shabbat were sung in shabbat mode reverting to yomtov for the Rosh Chodesh passages.