Is a gramman considered "singing", with regards to kol isha? On the one hand, it is more of a reading of a poem with intonation and a chorus of na na nas interspersed. On the other hand, it has the ring of a song.
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3Practical implications of “Trei Kali Lo Mishtamai,” two voices cannot be heard simultaneously (other than kol isha)?
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