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R. H. Schachter rules, in a responsum found here, that this Hallel is only to be recited in a synagogue setting, as a way of publicizing the miracle of the Exodus. As such, even if ten men pray together at home and will then all be participating in the same Seder, they should not recite Hallel after Arvit. However, R. Asher Weiss (Minchat Asher, Leket Shi’...


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My Rov sent out a explanation for the davening on Hoshana Rabba as well as Simchas Torah which included what to do in the various sections of davening when not in a minyan. One who is davening alone without a minyan should only shake the Daled Minim for the 3 “Hodus” (one after “Halelu” and the 2 at the end of Hallel) and while reciting the first two “Ana ...


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דבר פשוט הוא שכשאומר הלל ביחיד לא יאמר בהודו אחר יאמר נא ישראל ויאמרו נא בית אהרן ויאמרו נא יראי ד' הודו לד' כי טוב דזה אינו אלא בציבור או לפחות כשהם שלושה דאחד אומר יאמר נא והשנים משיבים ולא כשהוא יחידי ואפילו שנים אינם כלום אלא אם כן הם שלושה שאחד אומר והשנים משיבים It is an obvious matter that when one says Hallel alone he should not say in "הודו&...


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Joel K gave a good answer, but to answer it more straightforwardly: The question seems premised on an incorrect translation. The questioner translated לְפִי שֶׁכָּל מַעֲשֵׂי לַיְלָה זֶה הוּא דֶּרֶךְ חֵרוּת, לְפִיכָךְ אֵין מַטְרִיחִין אוֹתוֹ לַעֲמֹד. as "in expressing our freedom we don’t need to stand during the Seder Hallel in order not impose on ...


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