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Koren Rosh Hashana Mahzor  
ID/ISBN: 9789653013421
Koren Rosh Hashana Mahzor

The Koren Rosh HaShana Mahzor is a new Rosh HaShana prayer book with introduction, translation and commentary by Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks. The Koren Rosh HaShana Mahzor marries the sophisticated graphic approach for which Koren Publishers Jerusalem is renowned with the insight and eloquence of the Chief Rabbi.

The Koren Rosh HaShana Mahzor brings out the power of the Rosh HaShana prayers by aligning the Hebrew and English texts, highlighting key words, distinguishing poetry from prose, and using beautiful founts designed by master typographer Eliyahu Koren. Chief Rabbi Sacks’s translation brings readers closer than ever before to the authentic meaning of the Hebrew text, while his introduction and commentary provide new ways of understanding and experiencing the Rosh HaShana service.

The Koren Rosh HaShana Mahzor is available in a US Edition and a special Minhag Anglia Edition, created with Dayan Ivan Binstock of the London Beth Din.

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Review by Rabbi Dr Raymond Apple

OzTorah - 12/20/2011

KOREN SACKS ROSH HASHANA MAHZOR – MINHAG ANGLIA EDITION
Jonathan Sacks
Koren Publishers, 2011

Reviewed by Rabbi Dr Raymond Apple
Emeritus Senior Rabbi of the Great Synagogue, Sydney

http://www.oztorah.com/2011/09/koren-sacks-machzor-book-review/

After the Sacks Siddur, the Sacks Machzor was inevitable. That is no criticism – far from it. The scholarship, elegance and practicality of the Siddur needed to be continued in an edition of the festival liturgy, and the task has been performed with great success. I understand that a companion volume for Yom Kippur is under way and will appear in twelve months’ time, presumably to wide acclaim.

British Jewry’s only precedent is the Routledge Machzor, published just over a century ago, which long held sway in the synagogue without any real competition, at least until the arrival of ArtScroll. English-speaking Jewry never had much interest in spirituality or theology, despite the Jacobs controversy of nearly fifty years ago, but it did take its liturgical...


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