I wonder if among the new wave of Talmidei haRambam, there might be anyone using a siddur that uses Rambam's language of prayer exclusively, as recorded in the Mishneh Torah (here).

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    Are you looking to find a Rabbi who does/recommends this, or just the knowledge that someone, somewhere, decided to do this?
    – Double AA
    Oct 21, 2013 at 16:16
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    It is my understanding that the Rambam's Seder HaTefila is similar to the Yemenite Nusach. Oct 21, 2013 at 16:43
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    I pray this way. Oct 21, 2013 at 20:25
  • It seems you have an answer, Izmargadi: Mori (see just above) prays this way. Is that what you were seeking? I mean, does that answer your question? cc @DoubleAA
    – msh210
    Oct 22, 2013 at 5:32
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    @MoriDoweedhYa3gob Which Siddur do you use?
    – Tamir Evan
    Oct 22, 2013 at 10:25

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There is such a siddur, first published in 2006 and arranged by Gil Kobrin/Amminadav, who operates a printing press called Derushah Publications.

It's called Siddur Mesorath Moshe, and was, as the arranger noted, "drawn from the liturgical arrangement found in the legal code of our teacher and master Moses b. Maimon (Maimonides), in the appendix entitled "Arrangement of the Prayer" of the second book of the Mishneh Torah, Sefer Ahavah."

Here is a pdf of that siddur. I haven't been able to find any haskamot or even public awareness of this siddur, besides the Yemenite Jewish forum linked above, but this at least shows there is contemporary evidence of talmidei HaRambam following the Rambam's language of prayer.


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