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Isaak Pleßner

Isaak Pleßner (1800-1830) was a teacher at the Königliche Wilhelms-Schule in Breslau, Prussia.

Am dritten Tag der Woche | On the third day of the week, a teḥinah by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Am dritten Tag der Woche” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №7 on pp. 9-10. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №7 on pp. 11-12. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Am fünften Tag der Woche | On the fifth day of the week, a teḥinah by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Am fünften Tag der Woche” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №9 on pp. 12-13. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №9 on pp. 13-15. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Am sechsten Tage der Woche | On the sixth day of the week, a teḥinah by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Am sechsten Tage der Woche” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №10 on pp. 13-14. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №10 on pp. 15-16. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Am vierten Tag der Woche | On the fourth day of the week, a teḥinah by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Am vierten Tag der Woche” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №8 on pp. 10-12. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №8 on pp. 12-13. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Am zweiten Tage der Woche | On the second day of the week, a teḥinah by by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Am zweiten Tage der Woche” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №6 on pp. 8-9. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №6 on pp. 9-10. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Für den ersten Tag der Woche | For the first day of the week, a teḥinah by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Für den ersten Tag der Woche” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №5 on pp. 6-8. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №5 on pp. 7-9. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Für Sabath [№1] | For Shabbat (№1), a teḥinah by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Für Sabath” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №11 on pp. 14-16. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №11 on pp. 16-18. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Für Sabath [№2] | For Shabbat (№2), a teḥinah by by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 11 Feb 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Ebenfalls für den Sabath” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaischer Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaischer Religion as teḥinah №12 on pp. 16-17. In the 1835 and 1842 editions, it also appears as teḥinah №12 on pp. 19-20. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .


Fürbitte für die Verstorbenen (הזכרת נשׁמות) [№2] | Intercession for the Deceased (Hazkarat Neshamot) [№2], a teḥinah by Isaak Pleßner (1829)

Contributed on: 07 Mar 2022 by Andreas Rusterholz (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yehoshua Heshil Miro | Isaak Pleßner |

“Fürbitte für die Verstorbenen [no.2]” was included by Yehoshua Heshil Miro in his anthology of teḥinot, בית יעקב (Beit Yaaqov) Allgemeines Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauen mosaicher Religion. It first appears in the 1829 edition, תחנות Teḥinot ein Gebetbuch für gebildete Frauenzimmer mosaicher Religion as teḥinah №38 on pp. 47-49. In the 1835 edition, it appears as teḥinah №36 on pp. 56-58. In the 1842 edition, it appears as teḥinah №38 on pp. 59-61. In a note to “Gebet am Tage der Gedächtnißfeier verstorbener Eltern, an deren Grabe zu sprechen” published in the 1835 edition, Miro records that Isaak Plessner sent this prayer to him, and from this we infer that its authorship may also be attributed to him. . . .



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