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A Jewish book belonging to a Chevra Kadisha funeral fraternity. It is a prayer book of the Ashkenazi rite (Nusach Ashkenaz). The Hebrew title of the book is Sidur Safa Berura ha-Shalom.

 
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A Jewish book belonging to a Chevra Kadisha funeral fraternity. It is a prayer book of the Ashkenazi rite (Nusach Ashkenaz). The Hebrew title of the book is Sidur Safa Berura ha-Shalom.
A siddur is a Jewish prayer book for use in a synagogue and at home. It contains prayers for weekdays and Sabbath. Maḥzor is a prayer book for the following holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot. Although it also means the melody of a prayer, Nusach is mostly used when meaning a version of a prayer, used in a particular community, a kind of liturgical tradition. Hence, siddurim can differ from one another in the content of texts and their arrangement, yet the basic structure of the whole remains unchanged, including all of the most important prayers. Nowadays, the following can be distinguished: Nusach Ashkenaz, Nusach Sefard, Nusach Sefardim, Yemenite Nusach and Roma Nusach.

Elaborated by Kinga Kołodziejska (Editorial team of Małopolska's Virtual Museums),
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