ḥazzan

  • 1 ḤAZZAN — (pl. Ḥazzanim) (Heb. חַזָּנִים ,חַזָּן), cantor officiating in a synagogue; used in this specific sense since the Middle Ages. History of Role and Function The word frequently occurs in talmudic sources, where it denotes various types of communal …

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  • 2 hazzan — ● hazzan nom masculin (mothébreu) Ministre du culte israélite, chargé de chanter les offices, d instruire les enfants et, occasionnellement, d assurer le secrétariat des communautés …

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  • 3 hazzan — [hä′zən; ] Heb [ khä zän′] n. alt. sp. of HAZAN …

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  • 4 Hazzan — This article is about the Jewish musician. For people named Hazan or Chazan, see Hazan (disambiguation). Cantor concert in the Vienna Stadttempel synagogue …

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  • 5 Hazzan — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Hazan. Un hazzan ou chazzan (« chantre ») est un officiant qui, expert en cantillation liturgique des textes hébreux, aide le rabbin à diriger la prière chantée de la synagogue. Bien entraîné dans les… …

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  • 6 hazzan — variant of hazan * * * hazan, hazzan varr. chazzan …

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  • 7 Hazzan — Kantorenkonzert im Wiener Stadttempel Chasan [χazˈan] (hebräisch חזן; Pl.: Chasanim, fem. Pl.: Chasanot, jiddisch „Chasn“) oder Kantor wird der Vorbeter in einer Synagoge oder …

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  • 8 hazzan — Seph. /khah zahn /; Ashk. /khah zeuhn/, n., pl. hazzanim Seph. /khah zah neem /; Ashk. /khah zaw nim/, Eng. hazzans. Hebrew. hazan. * * * …

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  • 9 hazzan — noun a Jewish cantor in a synagogue …

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  • 10 hazzan —    (khah ZAHN) [Hebrew] The cantor of a synagogue. Also written as chazan …

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  • 11 hazzan — /həˈzan/ (say huh zahn), /ˈhazən/ (say hahzuhn) noun → chazzan …

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  • 12 ḤAZZAN (Hazan) — ḤAZZAN (Hazan), Turkish family, apparently of Spanish origin. Many of its members were scholars. In addition to Israel Moses b. Eliezer Ḥazzan , the following members of the family may be mentioned. JOSEPH BEN ELIJAH ḤAZZAN (d. after 1694) was a… …

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  • 13 ḤAZZAN, ISRAEL MOSES BEN ELIEZER — (1808–1863), rabbi and author. Ḥazzan was born in Smyrna, and in 1811 went with his father to jerusalem , where he studied in the yeshivah of his grandfather Joseph Raphael Ḥazzan . In 1842 Israel was appointed a member of the bet din in… …

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  • 14 SHE'ERIT HA-ḤAZZAN — (12th century), paytan and poet in Egypt. There are several piyyutim in manuscript signed She erit, which does not necessarily mean that all belong to the same author. A paytan named She erit ha Levi is known, and another named She erit ha Ḥazzan …

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  • 15 JOSEPH ḤAZZAN BEN JUDAH OF TROYES — (13th century), French scholar, grandson of baruch b. isaac of regensburg , author of the Sefer ha Terumah. As ḥazzan in his town, Joseph carefully studied the customs and versions of the liturgy of that community and its synagogal customs in… …

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  • 16 Aaron Hazzan — Abraham Aaron Bacharach was a writer on religious subjects, and cantor of Posen, hence known also as Aaron Ḥazzan. He flourished during the seventeenth century. He was the author of Urim we Tummim (Enlightenment and Perfection), an exhortation to …

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  • 17 Hazzanim — Hazzan Les Juifs et le judaïsme Généralités Qui est Juif ? · Terminologie · Conversion Judaïsme : Principes de foi Noms de Dieu dans le judaïsme Tanakh (Bible hébraïque) : Torah · …

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  • 18 MUSIC — This article is arranged according to the following outline: introduction written sources of direct and circumstantial evidence the material relics and iconography notated sources oral tradition archives and important collections of jewish music… …

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  • 19 PIYYUT — (Heb. פִּיּוּט; plural: piyyutim; from the Greek ποιητής), a lyrical composition intended to embellish an obligatory prayer or any other religious ceremony, communal or private. In a wider sense, piyyut is the totality of compositions composed in …

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  • 20 The Smart Woman Survival Guide, Season Three — This is an episode list for the third season of the Canadian television sitcom The Smart Woman Survival Guide . Episode 3018 – The Hot Marriage Bed Written by: [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1145218/ Claire Ross Dunn] Directed by:… …

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