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Another good reference, although scarce today, would be Abraham Baer's בעל תפלה oder Der Praktische Vorbeter.


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The website of Hassidut Modzitz (in Hebrew) has many interesting recording of their niggunim. Modzitz Hassidim are actually known as one of the dynasties that give the greatest importance to music.


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One website that I use to refresh my memory is virtualcantor.com which has recordings of most of Tefillos as well as some Megilla lainings.


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Another good source is the Zemirot Database http://www.zemirotdatabase.org/index.php It provides recordings along with the words and a translation.


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Offtonic happens to have a whole lot of them. I strongly recommend it. (Full disclosure: it's my site, y'all!)


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Of the old Hashkafah.com regulars who have moved to another forum in the past few years, it seems to me that the majority have moved to iShtetl. A post by H.com user "ijs" confirmed my hunch that many users had left within the last few years. A post by H.com user "33948" inspired me to investigate the hypothesis that most moved to iShtetl. My investigation ...


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If you need to order online, you could try Oter Yisrael - even though they don't seem to have those items for sale, they are very friendly and may ship you individual items. (Personal recommendation; I've bought many pairs of Tefilin from them over the past 30 years for my brothers and sons.) Another place which has an online presence with a very good ...


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http://www.judaism.com/giftware/tefillin.asp?nt=Bm indicates that they sell tefillin entire, but e-mail them: they will sell tefillin parts also. The address is info@judaism.com.


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If you search the Sefer title 'מסכת סופרים' on Hebrewbooks.org you will have more results, here is a link to one of them. http://beta.hebrewbooks.org/20355


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http://www.kodeshbook.co.il has very large variety of seforim, only new, for great price. What I like is that they can get you all Artscroll books in Israel for the Artscroll site prices but without the extra sales tax that is added on for purchases in Israel. Service is great considering that it is an Israeli based company, and they really do try to make ...


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There are lots of high fat kosher for Pesach foods. I included gebrochts options, but even without that there's still a lot. Fleishiks: Dark chicken also has a fair amount of fat, especially the skin. You can get chicken wings, which have a high skin-to-meat ratio. Liver is high fat, as are gizzards (kurkeban, in Hebrew). If you're feeling adventurous, you ...


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In the 'Litvish' genre, you can't go wrong with Be'er Yosef. It's easier to read than Hirsch, and slightly longer than classic Likkutim such Maayoneh Shel Torah, Gra, Gan Ravah, Apirion, etc. Lekach Tov is always a classic, too, especially if you're looking for one with a bit of a lesson.



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