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  1. In my own experience as a קורא (reader of the Torah), I have appreciated the placement of trup on the bracha before the Haftorah as a way to "get in the mode" of laining with the Haftorah trup, as it can be hard to remember not to use the Torah trup (and, sometimes, even if you do remember, it's still hard to switch).
  2. As Daniel saidsaid, that bracha is really just one bracha -- it's a ברכה ארוכה "long bracha," that starts with שם ומלכות and ends (after a lot of words) with the "second" bracha.
  3. According to what I wrote in the first point, there would be no need for the Haftorah trup after the Haftorah, because [while hopefully you were able to get into the Haftorah mode!] now there is no longer any need to be in that mode.


As mentioned in the comments, I have no source for this and this is entirely my own opinion. A more authoritative answer citing sources would be greatly appreciated!

  1. In my own experience as a קורא (reader of the Torah), I have appreciated the placement of trup on the bracha before the Haftorah as a way to "get in the mode" of laining with the Haftorah trup, as it can be hard to remember not to use the Torah trup (and, sometimes, even if you do remember, it's still hard to switch).
  2. As Daniel said, that bracha is really just one bracha -- it's a ברכה ארוכה "long bracha," that starts with שם ומלכות and ends (after a lot of words) with the "second" bracha.
  3. According to what I wrote in the first point, there would be no need for the Haftorah trup after the Haftorah, because [while hopefully you were able to get into the Haftorah mode!] now there is no longer any need to be in that mode.


As mentioned in the comments, I have no source for this and this is entirely my own opinion. A more authoritative answer citing sources would be greatly appreciated!

  1. In my own experience as a קורא (reader of the Torah), I have appreciated the placement of trup on the bracha before the Haftorah as a way to "get in the mode" of laining with the Haftorah trup, as it can be hard to remember not to use the Torah trup (and, sometimes, even if you do remember, it's still hard to switch).
  2. As Daniel said, that bracha is really just one bracha -- it's a ברכה ארוכה "long bracha," that starts with שם ומלכות and ends (after a lot of words) with the "second" bracha.
  3. According to what I wrote in the first point, there would be no need for the Haftorah trup after the Haftorah, because [while hopefully you were able to get into the Haftorah mode!] now there is no longer any need to be in that mode.


As mentioned in the comments, I have no source for this and this is entirely my own opinion. A more authoritative answer citing sources would be greatly appreciated!

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  1. In my own experience as a קורא (reader of the Torah), I have appreciated the placement of trup on the bracha before the Haftorah as a way to "get in the mode" of laining with the Haftorah trup, as it can be hard to remember not to use the Torah trup (and, sometimes, even if you do remember, it's still hard to switch).
  2. As Daniel said, that bracha is really just one bracha -- it's a ברכה ארוכה "long bracha," that starts with שם ומלכות and ends (after a lot of words) with the "second" bracha.
  3. IMOAccording to what I wrote in the first point, there iswould be no need for the Haftorah trup after the Haftorah, because [while hopefully you were able to get into the Haftorah mode!] now there is no longer any need to be in that mode.


As mentioned in the comments, I have no source for this and this is entirely my own opinion. A more authoritative answer citing sources would be greatly appreciated.!

  1. In my experience as a קורא (reader of the Torah), I have appreciated the placement of trup on the bracha before the Haftorah as a way to "get in the mode" of laining with the Haftorah trup, as it can be hard to remember not to use the Torah trup (and, sometimes, even if you do remember, it's still hard to switch).
  2. As Daniel said, that bracha is really just one bracha -- it's a ברכה ארוכה "long bracha," that starts with שם ומלכות and ends (after a lot of words) with the "second" bracha.
  3. IMO, there is no need for the Haftorah trup after the Haftorah, because [while hopefully you were able to get into the Haftorah mode!] now there is no longer any need to be in that mode.


As mentioned in the comments, I have no source for this and this is entirely my own opinion. A more authoritative answer citing sources would be appreciated.

  1. In my own experience as a קורא (reader of the Torah), I have appreciated the placement of trup on the bracha before the Haftorah as a way to "get in the mode" of laining with the Haftorah trup, as it can be hard to remember not to use the Torah trup (and, sometimes, even if you do remember, it's still hard to switch).
  2. As Daniel said, that bracha is really just one bracha -- it's a ברכה ארוכה "long bracha," that starts with שם ומלכות and ends (after a lot of words) with the "second" bracha.
  3. According to what I wrote in the first point, there would be no need for the Haftorah trup after the Haftorah, because [while hopefully you were able to get into the Haftorah mode!] now there is no longer any need to be in that mode.


As mentioned in the comments, I have no source for this and this is entirely my own opinion. A more authoritative answer citing sources would be greatly appreciated!

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  1. In my experience as a קורא (reader of the Torah), I have appreciated the placement of trup on the bracha before the Haftorah as a way to "get in the mode" of laining with the Haftorah trup, as it can be hard to remember not to use the Torah trup (and, sometimes, even if you do remember, it's still hard to switch).
  2. As Daniel said, that bracha is really just one bracha -- it's a ברכה ארוכה "long bracha," that starts with שם ומלכות and ends (after a lot of words) with the "second" bracha.
  3. IMO, there is no need for the Haftorah trup after the Haftorah, because [while hopefully you were able to get into the Haftorah mode!] now there is no longer any need to be in that mode.


As mentioned in the comments, I have no source for this and this is entirely my own opinion. A more authoritative answer citing sources would be appreciated.