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[Gebet] Am Laubhüttenfest beim Kreisgang mit dem Lulaw und Esrog | [Prayer] on Sukkot at the Haḳafot with the Lulav & Etrog, by Fanny Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 02 Oct 2012 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

Herr des Weltalls, reich geschmückt mit deinen Gaben und Segnungen hast du die Natur. Das Thal mit seinem üppigen Grün, der Berg mit seinem Kranz von Wäldern, das Gefilde mit seiner lachenden Frucht ist ein Erzeugnis; deiner Gnade, zum Segen deiner Menschenkinder, zur Nahrung ihres Leibes, zur Stillung ihrer Bedürfnisse, zur Ergötzung ihres Auges, zum Balsam ihrer Wunden; und kein Blättchen ist so klein, kein Grashalm so niedrig in dem weiten Reiche der Natur, daß es nicht wohlthuende heilsame Kräfte für uns enthielte. . . .


[Gebet] Am Neumonde | Prayer for the Day of New Moon, by Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 18 Mar 2018 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda | Moritz Mayer (translation) |

This is the prayer for Rosh Ḥodesh (the day of the New Moon, and first day of the month in the Jewish calendar) included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German, Stunden der Andacht (1855). Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German (from Yiddish) while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. The translation in English was made by Moritz Mayer in his abridged translation of Neuda’s collection, Hours of Devotion (1866). . . .


[Gebet] Am Thora-Freudenfest | [A prayer] on Simḥat Torah, by Fanny Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 30 Sep 2018 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda | Moritz Mayer (translation) |

This is Fanny Neuda’s prayer “on Simḥat Torah,” faithfully transcribed and proofread with the help of German Wikisource contributors from Fanny Neuda’s Stunden Der Andacht (1855), p. 66-67. We are happy to share your translation of Neuda’s tkhines in any language. The translation provided here was made by Julia Watts Belser for Hours of Devotion: Fanny Neuda’s Book of Prayers for Jewish Women (ed. Dinah Berland, Schocken 2007), and set here for the first time side-by-side with Neuda’s original German. . . .


[Gebet] An den letzten Tagen des Laubhüttenfestes | [A prayer] on the last days of Sukkot, by Fanny Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 02 Oct 2017 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

This is Fanny Neuda’s “Prayer for the final days of Sukkot,” faithfully transcribed and proofread with the help of German Wikisource contributors from Fanny Neuda’s Stunden Der Andacht (1855), p. 66. . . .


אֲבוֹתַי כִּי בָטְחוּ | Avotai ki vatkhu (“When our forefathers trusted”), a pizmon for the Fast of Tevet ascribed to Ephraim ben Avraham ben Yitsḥaq of Regensburg (12th c.)

Contributed on: 05 Jan 2020 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | David Asher (translation) | Ephraim ben Avraham ben Yitsḥaq |

A pizmon recited on the Fast of Tevet in the tradition of nusaḥ Ashkenaz. . . .


Betrachtung, wenn der Neumond eingesegnet wird | Prayer on the Sabbath Prior to the New Moon, by Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 18 Mar 2018 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) |

This is Prayer for the Shabbat preceding the New Moon (Shabbat Mevorkhim) included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German, Stunden der Andacht (1855). Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German (from Yiddish) while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. . . .


[Gebet] Am Dienstag, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 31 Jul 2017 by Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

This is the prayer for Tuesday, a paraliturgical teḥinah opposite the Shir shel Yom (Psalm of the Day) for Tuesday, included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German (from Yiddish) while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. . . .


[Gebet] Am Donnerstag, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 31 Jul 2017 by Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

This is the prayer for Thursday, a paraliturgical teḥinah opposite the Shir shel Yom (Psalm of the Day) for Thursday, included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German (from Yiddish) while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. . . .


[Gebet] Am Freitag, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 02 Aug 2017 by Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

This is the prayer for Friday, a paraliturgical teḥinah opposite the Shir shel Yom (Psalm of the Day) for Friday, included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German (from Yiddish) while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. . . .


[Gebet] Am Mittwoch, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 31 Jul 2017 by Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

This is the prayer for Wednesday, a paraliturgical teḥinah opposite the Shir shel Yom (Psalm of the Day) for Wednesday, included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German (from Yiddish) while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. . . .


[Gebet] Am Montag, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 30 Jul 2017 by Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

This is the prayer for Monday, a paraliturgical teḥinah opposite the Shir shel Yom (Psalm of the Day) for Sunday, included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. . . .


[Gebet] Am Sabbath, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 12 Jan 2020 by Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

A paraliturgical prayer for Shabbat, offered by Fanny Neuda from her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. . . .


[Gebet] Am Sonntag, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 29 Jul 2017 by Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Julia Watts Belser (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda |

This is the prayer for Sunday, a paraliturgical teḥinah opposite the Shir shel Yom (Psalm of the Day) for Sunday, included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. . . .


Gebet im Monate Elul | Prayer for the Month of Elul, by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 18 Aug 2017 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Moritz Mayer (translation) |

This is the prayer for the month of Elul included by Fanny Schmiedl Neuda in her collection of teḥinot in vernacular German. Fanny Neuda likely either composed or translated this teḥinah into German (from Yiddish) while performing in the capacity of firzogerin (precentress) of the weibershul (women’s gallery) in her husband’s synagogue in Loštice, Bohemia. The English translation provided here was lightly adapted from Rabbi Moritz Mayer’s 1866 translation. . . .


תהלים ק״נ בלשון לאדינו | Psalms 150 in Ladino (Estampado por Ǧ. Griffit, ca. 1852/3)

Contributed on: 11 Feb 2019 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) | Estampado por Ǧ. Griffit (translation) | the Masoretic Text |

The Masoretic text of Psalms 150 set side-by-side with a Ladino translation published ca. 1852 in Izmir, Turkey. . . .


יְדִיד נֶפֶשׁ | Yedid Nefesh, a piyyut transmitted by Elazar ben Moshe Azikri (ca. 16th c.) Arabic translation by Hillel Farḥi (1913)

Contributed on: 10 Jul 2017 by Elazar ben Moshe Azikri | Dr. Hillel Farḥi (translation) | Wikisource Contributors (proofreading) |

A variation of the piyyut Yedid Nefesh with a corresponding translation in Arabic. . . .



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