New answers tagged song-poetry
Here is a link to Shiras Moshe which contains the poems of the Chasam Sofer.
Emunas Itecha 2 - Parshas Balak - Rabbi Moshe Wolfson Shlita says that similar to Succos where every day we go around the Bima once and on Hoshana Raba seven times on Shabbos we say Mizmor L'David once by each Seuda and three times by Shalosh Seudos, as Shalosh Seudos is Kollel all the Seudos.
The source for my answer which follows below is from a Hebrew Book. The translation and shortening of the article is mine. זמירון המקדש –הרב ישראל אריאל All credit to Rabbi Ariel who states: This Psalm, taken from Tehilim, summarizes by employing song and metaphor, the long journey of the Nation of Israel from the time of the exodus from Egypt, through ...
Actually, a text can be both a prayer and a piyyut. A prayer is a type of content, whereas a piyyut is a type of style. A prayer is when one talks to God (OED, MW); it need not contain a bracha. A piyyut is a style of a text (which may or not be a prayer) similar to poetry. Therefore, there are selections which are prayers, piyyutim, both, or none. Mi ...
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