only traditional Judaic holidays, but universal/traditional holidays
within a Judaic theme.
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Hebrew Midi Sites
- The Israeli-Jewish-Yiddish-Hebrew-Folk-Cultural
Music Midi Free Library (A wonderful selection of Jewish,
Yiddish, and Hebrew Midis categorized by type, eg., dance (religious/folk/dance/klezmer/modern),
occasion, holiday (Passover, Purim, Hanukkah), movies, plays, musicals,
drama, and more. A wonderful place to visit!)
- Jewish Music
Central Jewish Midi Music Page (A wonderful selection
of Jewish midi files that can be downloaded for your personal listening
pleasure. Each midi selection has a description of the songs history.)
I discovered something really interesting about the Four Questions.
Although they are the same four questions as the Hagaddah cannot
be rewritten the way they are phrased is dependent on where
you see them. For example... I referenced a Hagaddah
that I have here, and a friend and colleague had different ones.
Each of hers phrased the Four Questions differently. With that
said, I have included a few different links for your perusal.
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Most interesting. Visit this site to fine the Four Questions
in Hebrew, Yiddish, and English.
- Kosher4Passover Find not only Hebrew, Yiddish, and English
transliterations for the Four Questions, but transliterations for:
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with Aish - Why Do We Read the Haggada? Rabbi Shimon Apisdorf
explains the significance of the Haggadah and its place at the seder.
- As Is
The Darkness, So Is The Light Rabbi Noach Orloweck relates
a tale that illustrates the two underlying elements in the Haggadah,
going from baseness to blessings.
- The Haggadah Covers the Passover Haggadah in four parts,
from the beginning to the end of the seder.
- Cyber Sedar
- Passover Haggadah Images Find a collection of Passover
Haggadah covers to view and download. Includes links to related sites.
Haggadah Take a look at this unique version of the Passover
Haggadah. Includes reviews of its content.
- Hartman Institute
Hagaddah Take a look at The Family Participation Hagaddah
with an introduction to Pesach. Includes reviews, games, storytelling,
and chat rooms.
of the Haggadah Trace the development of the ritual text
of prayers and poems to be recited during the Pesach seder.
- Jerusalem Haggadah
Inspired by a Jerusalem family, this Haggadah serves as a contemporary
heirloom, and is available from Aryeh Editions in Miami, Florida.
- La Hagadá de
Malbim Spanish version offers an overview, some seder basics
and six Maggid sections associated with the six verses which reveal
the text's structure.
- Like an Orange
on a Seder Plate - Our Lesbian Haggadah Download this unique
Lesbian-centered Hagaddah to share the holiday of Passover with friends
and family. Includes ordering information.
- My First
Haggadah Washable, 12-page Haggadah is ideal for children,
with soft covers and colorful pictures. View some sample pages, and
phone for information.
- Ohr Somayach
Haggadah Supplement Find out why the Torah calls Pesach
Chag Hamatzos, why the Seder has 15 parts, and why there are four
questions, cups and sons.
Haggadah Enjoy this interpretation of the Passover Haggadah
developed for over ten years. Includes a printer-friendly version.
- Pesach -
Aish Describes all of the Haggadah components, also known
as the "15 steps to freedom." View Seder discussion questions and
house cleaning guidelines.
of Egypt Family Haggadah KosherSupermarket offers this
family Haggadah that appeals to Jews from all backgrounds and ages.
See ordering information.
- Rheingold Family
Haggadah Provides a liberal Haggadah that celebrates freedom
from oppression for all religious and political groups.
- The Malbim
Haggadah Read an overview, some seder basics and six Maggid
sections associated with the six verses which reveal the text's structure.
Eli's Haggadah Find a special rhyming Haggadah for children
of all ages. Includes prayer books for other holidays.