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The words of the Torah are to be read with their accompanying musical cantillation notes. These notes are known in Yiddish as trop and in Hebrew as ta’amim.

Torah Reading Trop (Ta'amim)

Torah Reading Trop (Ta'amim)

The musical cantillation notes for reading the Torah

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The Torah reading cantillations and their accompanying notes
The Torah reading cantillations and their accompanying notes
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February 26, 2013
compliment
Rabbi Slavin's chanting is very enjoyable. He is a "guten" bal koreih.
David Niles
Phoenix, AZ
April 9, 2012
where's the last verse? it's missing from the audio...
B
los angeles, CA
September 5, 2011
Possible Answer
This article on the Chabad website might explain it.
Neal Walters
Dallas, TX
August 5, 2011
Trop
Can anyone tell me where I can find the method used to assign notes to a specific word, or is it haphazard?
Lionel Rabinowotz
Pinner, England
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