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The Open Siddur is a volunteer-driven, non-profit, non-denominational, and non-prescriptive community project growing a gratis & libre Open Access archive of digitized Jewish prayer, liturgy, and related works (historic and contemporary, familiar and obscure), composed in every era, region, and language Jews and other Israelites have ever prayed. Our goal is to provide a platform for sharing open-source resources, tools, and content for individuals and communities crafting their own prayerbooks (סִדּוּרִים | siddurim). Through this we hope to empower personal autonomy, to preserve customs, and to foster openness and vitality in religious culture.

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Author spotlight: Isaac Gantwerk Mayer

Isaac Gantwerk Mayer

From a family of musicians, Isaac Gantwerk Mayer believes that creative art is one of the most powerful ways to get in touch with the divine. He composes music and poetry in Hebrew and English. (He also translates and transcribes Hebrew and Aramaic texts, adding niqqud and t'amim as needed.) Isaac runs a Jewish music transcription service, which will transcribe and set any Jewish music in any language, recorded or written. Contact his service on Facebook or via his music blog.

Work by Isaac Gantwerk Mayer shared through the Open Siddur Project

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