The Breslov Siddur, Weekday

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This siddur, with English translation by a world-renowned lecturer and teacher, was designed not just as a prayer book, but as a vehicle to bring out the deeper meaning of the prayers. The first in a three volume project, this beautifully designed masterpiece contains all weekday prayers in Hebrew, according to Nusach Sefard, with English translation. The clear, lucid translation includes inserted words or phrases to clarify the meaning and greatly expand comprehension and awareness. This volume also includes extensive introductions and insights on the prayers from Rebbe Nachman, Reb Nosson, and many other commemorators, to help the reader experience new vitality and sweetness in prayer. Please note: This volume only contains the weekday prayers, Shabbos and festival volumes are in the process of being prepared.
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Dimensions6.2" x 9.3"
AuthorAvraham Sutton
PublisherDistributed by Feldheim
TranslatorRabbi Avrohom Sutton
Number of pages828
Item #7084
Binding typeHard Cover
Weight1.931000 lbs.
Customer Reviews
  1. OK, I have a lot of siddurim but this has to be one of my favorites
    This siddur has amazing insight. The notes from R' Chaim Kramer provides some of it, but a lot of the gems come from the translation from R' Avraham Sutton.

    The translation is not as much literal as it is trying to convey the message of the original text. Some might call it "flowery" but it's good nonetheless. This makes no difference to me, as I do not daven in English. I use the translation to gain a better understanding of what I'm praying.

    The Hebrew text has a nice font - I think it's called "Narkisim". It's all more or less the same size throughout the siddur (no size variation).

    There are all sorts of great additional tefillos in the back such as Tikkun HaKlali and Sheimos HaTzaddikim. Also, there's Tikkun Chatzos.

    THE SIDDUR IS IN NUSACH SEFARD, IE, THE NUSACH OF THE CHASSIDIM. Many people mix up Nusach Sefard and Nusach Edot HaMizrach.

    My only complaints are that sheva na is not indicated as in other siddurim (a very minor problem for experienced daveners) and that the siddur is brown, not blue like in the photo.

    Cannot wait for the Shabbos siddur to come out so I can grab that one up too. Note that this volume only has the weekday prayers (this is mentioned in the product description).

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