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I'm interested in learning the Italian system for the ta'amei hamikra, either for Torah and/or Haftarah (preference to Haftarah as the Italian melodies are very beautiful). This website -- http://www.archivio-torah.it/HTM/indiceaudio.htmThis website -- has tons of recordings, with davening as well. But does anyone know of a resource where the trope themselves are demonstrated? I'm especially concerned because in the recordings, there often seems to be little differentiation between the various trope.

I'm interested in learning the Italian system for the ta'amei hamikra, either for Torah and/or Haftarah (preference to Haftarah as the Italian melodies are very beautiful). This website -- http://www.archivio-torah.it/HTM/indiceaudio.htm -- has tons of recordings, with davening as well. But does anyone know of a resource where the trope themselves are demonstrated? I'm especially concerned because in the recordings, there often seems to be little differentiation between the various trope.

I'm interested in learning the Italian system for the ta'amei hamikra, either for Torah and/or Haftarah (preference to Haftarah as the Italian melodies are very beautiful). This website has tons of recordings, with davening as well. But does anyone know of a resource where the trope themselves are demonstrated? I'm especially concerned because in the recordings, there often seems to be little differentiation between the various trope.

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