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The best Nusach Asheknaz siddur is AndDaven https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.saraandshmuel.anddaaven&hl=en Tfilon (mentioned above) is not proper Nusach Ashkenaz. For example Psukei D'Zimra has some definite Nusach Sefarad text. For example Yishtabach is not Nusash Ashkenaz.


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There is also an S&P Birkon app for Android (free), which has Birkat ha mazon, mein shalosh, and a few other prayers. If you know the specific text you are looking for sometimes its online (e.g. tzur mishelo, etc.).


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Menachos 36b says that one should constantly be touching his Tefilin, in order not to forget that he is wearing it. אמר רבה בר רב הונא חייב אדם למשמש בתפילין בכל שעה קל וחומר מציץ ומה ציץ שאין בו אלא אזכרה אחת אמרה תורה והיה על מצחו תמיד שלא תסיח דעתו ממנו תפילין שיש בהן אזכרות הרבה על אחת כמה וכמה This is codified in Orach Chaim 28:1.


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The siddurim I'm familiar with typically follow an arrangement like the following. Children's prayers Birchot HaShachar Shacharit (Pesukei d'zimrah for shabbat might be interpolated here) Additional tefillot said by some (alternately in the back) Minchah (chol) or page list for Ashrei, Amidah, Nefillat appayim, Aleinu Maariv (chol) (alternately listed ...


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(I'm french) the siddur used by west european ashkenazi communities here in France is called Sha'arei Tefila. It is similar to the Rodelheim one with french annotations and few asaltian customs. It has been made by an alsatian rav called Rav Yoseph Bloch in 1924 and is still in use and regularly republished (last by Biblieurope ed. in 2013). The other french ...


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The Maharsham in his Daas Torah 91:2 brings the opinion of the Arizal who held on shabbas one should not daven with his eyes closed ,but rather daven from a siddur.


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I admit that this is not a precise answer to your question but it may give you hope. The Jewish Daily Forward carried an article about AUSTIN, TEX. — A 1,200-year-old parchment Jewish prayer book that is billed as the oldest in existence was introduced Sept. 27 by a prominent private collector of Biblical artifacts. Full research on the book ...



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