Seder Tahnunim, Mantua 1777 (48770)

סדר תחנונים - Community - Liturgy

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Lot Number: 48770
Title (English): Seder Tahnunim
Title (Hebrew): סדר תחנונים
Note: Liturgy
City: Mantua
Publisher: ‫דפוס אליעזר שלמה מאיטליה
Publication Date: 1777
Estimated Price: $300.00 USD - $600.00 USD
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Physical Description

8 ff., 16 mo, 128:86 mm., nice margins, light age and use staining. A good copy bound in contemporary wrappers, rubbed.


Detail Description

Penitential liturgies recited by the charitable group Malbish Arumim of the Ashkenazi community of Modena after the nightly recital of a book of Psalms. Malbish Arumim (to clothe the naked} societies are charitable groups that provides clothes for poor Jews. Variations thereof exist in all Jewish communities. Many will dedicate a special liturgy in honor of their good deeds.

Selihot (penitential liturgies) for year round following the rites of Italians. Selihot are a special order of service consisting of non-statutory additional prayers which are recited on all fast days, on occasions of special intercession and during the Penitential season which begins before Rosh Ha-Shanah and concludes with the Day of Atonement. The word selihah means forgiveness, and in the singular is used to indicate a piyyut whose subject is a plea for forgiveness for sins.


Hebrew Description

 קול תפלה קול תחנה... אשר... מתחננים... בני חבר’ מלביש ערומים... שבב"ה [שבבית הכנסת] אשכנזי’ מן השוק שבק"ק מודונא... אחרי אמרם בכל לילות השנ’ חלק א’ מחמשה ספרי תהלים... ותהי ראשית מלאכה קדושה יום ר"ח שבט שנת התע"ז... ונדפס עתה מחדש במצות מעל’ בני החבר’ הנ"ל.

ההוצאות הקודמות (ויניציא תע"ב; ויניציאה תפ"ו) הופיעו בשם "קול תפלה קול תחנה".



BE 236; Vinograd, Mantua 482; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000174514