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See this - You're not the 1st person to have asked this. Excerpt: Is it more important to say Vehu Rachum or to say Tachanun? What happens if there is insufficient time to recite both Vehu Rachum and the rest of the Tachanun together with the tzibur? It seems that one should recite Tachanun with the tzibur and “Vehu Rachum” after davening. ...


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Rav Moshe Feinstein's rule of thumb is that for quiet portions of the davening, you have your choice of using your nusach or the minyan's. (Though the chazan's own quiet shmoneh esrei should follow what he'll say for the minyan five minutes later.) For parts that are public/out-loud, you should use theirs. I haven't seen him address tachanun, so I would ...


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You must daven the tachnun according to the nusach you normally daven. The kitzur shulchan oruch says that one cannot chop and change nuschaos as they are all weighted and each word is counted. If you would like to add vidui before tachnun then that's okay, but you should try not say sephardic tachnun when davening in ashkenaz l'moshol. Rav Moshe Feinstein ...



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