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מחזור אור לישראל ליום הכפורים (אשכנז) | Maḥzor Or l’Yisrael l’Yom haKippurim (Yiddish trans. by “ben-Uriyah,” 1927)

https://opensiddur.org/?p=48391 מחזור אור לישראל ליום הכפורים (אשכנז) | Maḥzor Or l'Yisrael l'Yom haKippurim (Yiddish trans. by "ben-Uriyah," 1927) 2023-01-16 23:57:01 A bilingual Hebrew-Yiddish maḥzor for Yom Kippur, translated by ben-Uriyah and published by Star Publishing Company in 1927. Text the Open Siddur Project Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) ben-Uriyah https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ Maḥzorim for Yom haKippurim 20th century C.E. 57th century A.M. Yiddish translation

This is Or l’Yisrael maḥzor for Yom Kippur (Star Hebrew Book Company 1927), with a Yiddish translation by “ben-Uriyah” whose full identity we have yet to uncover. If you know more, please leave a comment or contact us.

This is the only Yiddish edition of this Yom Kippur maḥzor published by Star Hebrew, and we think may be one of the last prayerbooks published with a Yiddish translation in the United States until fairly recently. The girsah of this maḥzor is in earlier editions by Star Hebrew attributed to an “M. Stern” which I think is likely Max Emanuel Stern (1811-1873), a Hungarian-born Hebraist, writer, poet, and translator who did indeed have a Yom Kippur maḥzor published before his death.

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This work is in the Public Domain due to the expiration of the term of copyright for the copyright holder listed in the copyright notice (ninety-five years having passed since its publication).

This work was scanned by Aharon Varady for the Open Siddur Project from a volume held in the collection of the HUC Klau Library, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Thank you!) This work is cross-posted to the Internet Archive, as a repository for our transcription efforts.

Scanning this work (making digital images of each page) is the first step in a more comprehensive project of transcribing each prayer and associating it with its translation. You are invited to participate in this collaborative transcription effort!


 

 

 

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