a section from the Prophets read after the Torah reading on Shabbat, holidays and fast days

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When does the cantillation for Ester and other books change?

Sometimes people read some verses in Ester and other books in a different cantillation. For example, in Ester, some read the verse of "אשר הגלה מירושלים" to the tune of Eichah, and the Mishnah Brurah ...
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Why are Ashkenazi haftarahs longer than that of Sephardim?

A look at Wikipedia confirms my suspicion that when Ashkenazim and Sephardim read the same haftarah, the Ashkenazim generally start earlier and/or finish later than that of Sephardim. Is there a ...
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unsual haftarah trope in bechalotecha/hannukkah

(Apologies in advance for mispelling Hebrew words in English.) In the haftarah for Bechalotecha/Hanukkah 1 there is an unusual trope for the word 'zeh' (2nd paragraph, 2nd sentence, 4th to last word). ...
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Why does the Haftara of Mishpatim end before it starts?

The Haftara of Mishpatim starts at Yirmiyahu Ch. 34:8 and continues to the end of the chapter. It then jumps to Ch. 33 verses 25-26, some 8 verses before it started. Obviously we do not want to end ...