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Re-articulate a sound repeated after a maqaf?

There is some discussion about the matter in Berakhot 15b, relating to the precise reading of the Shema and it's subsequent sections. The phrase בְּכׇל־לְבָבְךָ֥ is cited as an example of where one is ...
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In 1 Sam. 20:25, why does עַל-מוֹשָׁבוֹ appear to have two te'amim?

You seem to have mostly answered your question. For the purposes of cantillation, words that are connected with a maqaf are treated as one word. Thus, על־מושבו (a) has a syllable (מו) that's ...
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Why do the Sifrei Eme"s (i.e. Job, Proverbs, Psalms) have cantillation marks?

All the answers here do a great job of answering the question. The te'amim of Sifrei Emet are still sung with melody across many traditions of Sepharadim and Eastern Jews. Thankfully some of these ...
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Are there online sources for learning Te’amim of Tehillim?

Reinhardt Flender: Hebrew Psalmody a Structural Investigation, for an overview of Psalm cantillation among Jews of North Africa and the near east. ...And for an understanding of how to recognize the ...
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I heard that some Moroccan Taamim and/or Piyoutim originate from the zemirot/songs of the Leviim in the Beit Hamikdash. Are there Torah Sources?

Someone told me of one source for Andalous music based upon Leviim - who moved to a place called Andaluzia in Spain - in the Abarbanel - Melachim II - 25 https://www.sefaria.org/Abarbanel_on_II_Kings....
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Is there anywhere I can learn the Yerushalmi cantillation online?

My children used Kol Kore (provided by their school) and Yerushalmi is one of the options they have. https://www.kolkore.com/e/index.php
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Re-articulate a sound repeated after a maqaf?

From what I learned from my Aramaic speaking Torah teacher. In this instance you repeat the sound. The maqaf serves to indicate these words grammatically should be taken as one word in terms of ...
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Is there anywhere I can learn the Yerushalmi cantillation online?

Torah Box provides a step-by-step online tutoring program for Tunisian cantillation, which is almost identical to the Yerushalmi style.
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Looking for online Yerushalmi Trope trainer

I am not precisely sure what you mean by the "Yerushalmi" trope in this scenario. If you mean the Sefaradic Yerushalmi trope, you can find that and many others at the Sefaradic Pizmonim ...
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Is there a siddur that has Ta'amei Mikra (trup) in it

R' Rallis Wiesenthal's siddur, Tefilloh Sefas Yisroel, is available on OpenSiddur and follows the Western Ashkenazi nusach. He includes trop on every instance where three or more words are quoted from ...
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Pocket-size Tehillim with trop

The Koren Tehillim Lev Avot series comes in a compact/pocket size. See a sample page here - (there is a short introduction but if you jump to p.10 of 12 you will see the print with the trop) - see ...
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Are there online sources for learning Te’amim of Tehillim?

Just to be clear, there is no "the Sephardi" te'amim for tehillim. Each community reads tehillim in their own way. There is a Sepharadi Yerushalmi method of reading psalms as part of the ...
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