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Shir ha shirim, or, The Song of Songs

Shir ha shirim, or, The Song of Songs

being a paraphrase upon the most excellent canticles of Solomon in a pindarick poem

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Published by Printed by H.H. for Henry Faithorne and John Kersey in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Song of Solomon -- Paraphrases, English.,
  • Creation -- Poetry.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Lloyd. To which is annext another late pindarick ode, being an hymn on the works of the six days by the same author.
    GenrePoetry.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1416:7.
    ContributionsLloyd, John, 1644-1682.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[22], 67 p.
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16739032M


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Shir the Song of Songs Shir Hashirim exploring its diverse dimensions Each of the items below is a LINK to the described document. Click on it, and it will open in a separate Tab. The Song of Songs, also Song of Solomon or Canticles (Hebrew: שִׁיר הַשִּׁירִים Šîr Hašîrîm, Greek and Ancient Greek: Ἆισμα Ἀισμάτων, romanized: Âsma Āsmátōn; Latin: Canticum Canticōrum), is one of the megillot (scrolls) found in the last section of the Tanakh, known as the Ketuvim (or "Writings"), and a book of the Old Testament.

Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, articles and documents on topics from anti-Semitism to Zionism. “Shir HaShirim,” The Song of Songs, is one of the five “Megillot,” or Sacred Scrolls, that are part of the Hebrew Bible.

It is a timeless allegory of the relationship between HaShem and the People of Israel, in terms of the love between a man and a woman. Heviani () an old soulful hasidic song, not strictly metrical, sung here by Jonathan Wolf). Mah Dodeich Midod () one melody for this text, also sung here by Jonathan Wolf.

Shir t he Song of Songs Shir Hashirim exploring its diverse dimension s. During an excursion to the seashore, their conversation turned to the book of Shir HaShirim, the Song of Songs.

Rav Kook gave a brilliant exposition on the nature of this poem of love, and in general, the place of romance and love in literature. The novel ideas vividly stirred the. Please write JCC East Bay in the subject line of your check, and for Shir Hashirim in the memo line.

Thank you so very, very much!. - and we hope to see you soon. These gatherings are FREE to the public and are co-sponsored by The Jewish Community Center of the East Bay. A portion of Shir HaShirim donations are given over in support of the JCCEB.

Most people don't realize that the 1st verse of Song of Songs is already a metaphor. For what. What does the name "Shlomo" (Solomon) represent in this opening verse. What does it. Shir HaShirim - Song of Songs 8x Rose of Sharon [Eisemann, Rabbi Naftoli] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Shir HaShirim - Song of Songs 8x Rose of Sharon5/5(1). Summary of the Book of Song of Solomon. This summary of the book of Song of Solomon provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the Book of Song of Solomon.

Title. The title in the Hebrew text is "Solomon's Song of Songs," meaning a song by, for. "The Song of Songs of Solomon, commonly referred to as Song of Songs (Hebrew, שיר השירים, Shir ha-Shirim) or Song of Solomon, is a book of the Old Testament—one of the megillot (scrolls)—found in the last section of the Tanakh, or as the Ketuvim (or "Writings").

The Song of Songs (Shir ha-Shirim in Hebrew) is an unabashedly sensuous, even at times quite erotic, paean to love. Throughout its eight short chapters, an unnamed young man and young woman pursue one another through verdant fields and valleys lush with flowers.

The word shir (song) has two meanings in the holy tongue. Besides the aesthetic-literary meaning, the word carries the significance of a ring or bracelet, or a chain of such bands. The title phrase “Song of Songs” could therefore connote a series of songs within a single song, like a string of beads.

On my bed at night I sought the beloved of my being; I sought him, but I did not find him.&#;Come, let me arise, and go about the city, In the streets and in the broad places I seek the beloved of. study of Shir Hashirim, to enable us to know the extent of Hashem’s love for us, despite the lack of our total worthiness.

Embedded Love The study of Shir Hashirim, authored by Shlomo Hamelech, is uniquely important in our times. We live in a generation that has trouble imagining the depth of the loving relationship that exists between.

9 My dove, my perfect one, Is the only one, the only one of her mother, The choice of the one who bore her. The daughters saw, and called her blessed, Sovereignesses and concubines, And they praised her.

Mar 7, - This book is full of beauty, passion, romance, and a love that is to be desired. See more ideas about Songs, This book and Prophetic art pins. This is a reading for the Song of Songs (Shir haShirim, a/k/a Canticles), transtropilized.

(Transtropilation is the term coined by Len Fellman to describe the process of translating from cantillized Hebrew, as closely as possible, “word for word and trōp for trōp”, with the main purpose being to aid a person with minimal Hebrew training in following the Hebrew leyning word for word.).

Moving from a discussion of animals inthe Song of Solomon, the Song of Songs, we find a beautiful presence of plant and animal life, of flora and fauna in the the Song of Songs, which paint the portrait of Israel and her Messiah.

While some bear only a slight mention, others bear. Shir-hashirim (Song of Songs) 2 - ἐγὼ ἄνθος τοῦ πεδίου κρίνον τῶν κοιλάδων. Song of Songs or Song of Solomon ("Shir Ha-Shirim" in Hebrew). The Song of Songs is traditionally seen to be an allegory for the relationship between G-d and Israel by utilizing the example of the love between a man and a woman.

The Song of Solomon or Song of Songs is a book in the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible, one of the five Torah scrolls, or five. Tanakh >> Ketuvim >> Shir HaShirim (Song of Songs). Sefer Shir HaShirim – the Book of Song of Songs – is the fourth book in the Ketuvim (Writings) section of the Tanach.

The name of the sefer is derived from the very beginning of the sefer which states “The song of songs of Solomon.”. The Hebrew name, “ Song of Songs,” is taken fromwhich introduces the book as “the song of songs which is Solomon’s.” This use of the Hebrew superlative declares the book the best of the 1, songs of Solomon (1Kgs), or perhaps the greatest of all songs.

Song of Solomon, Song of Songs, or Canticles, book of the Bible, 22d in the order of the Authorized Version. Although traditionally ascribed to King Solomon, many scholars date it as late as the 3d cent. B.C. It is in form a collection of love poems. We, Jews call this unique and wonderful book, the song of Songs, but much of the rest of the world knows it as the Song of Solomon.

From its very first verse, “Song of Songs which is to Shlomo”, it would seem that it was written by Solomon and this is the predominant approach among commentators throughout the ages, but not all of them. The Orality of Shir ha-Shirim and of Tikkunei Zohar by Bezalel Naor.

Without doubt, the most widely known passage of Tikkunei Zohar, an early fourteenth-century composition, is the Introduction, “Patah Eliyahu” (“Elijah opened”). Its popularity is attested to by the fact that it is printed in numerous siddurim (prayer books) of the Sephardic and Hasidic communities, upon whose liturgy.

Midrash Shir HaShirim Rabbah: A Synoptic Edition. by Dr. Tamar Kadari, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies. Supported by the Israel Science Foundation We are pleased to announce that Midrash Shir HaShirim Rabbah: A Synoptic Edition. is now available online as part of the Midrash Project on the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies website.

The immediate answer, which perhaps not everyone knows, is that Shir Hashirim is the book of the Tanach that we read on Pesach, specifically on the Shabbat that falls during Pesach (some complications omitted here). So we go on to ask: Why is Shir Hashirim read on Pesach. It's obvious why we read Esther on Purim and Lamentations on Tisha B'Avit wouldn't make much sense to do it the other.

The Song of Songs is, to my mind, the most difficult book of the Bible. It is certainly the one that took me the longest time to even begin to grasp. Not because it contains obscure prophecies like Daniel, or on account of its profound ideas, like Job, or because of.

By contrast, Shir Ha-shirim is a refrain of many songs, of many voices. The voices shift swiftly from man to woman, from Ha-kadosh Barukh Hu to His chosen bride. The song frames a dialogue of two covetous personalities whispering to each other, boldly stating their conviction and wistfully pleading their yearning.

Song of Songs is a wondrous collection of love lyrics nestled in the heart of the Hebrew Bible--songs of passion and praise between a young maiden and her beloved. It is religious lyric par excellence. Shir HaShirim - Song of the Songs - Classic Commentary HEBREW - RUSSIAN.

Shir HaShirim - Song of the Songs - Classic Commentary HEBREW - RUSSIAN. Code: Shir_HaShirim_Rus. $ Qty. Add to Cart. Product Description The article 'Song of the Songs' by Rabbi A.

Steinsaltz is also included. One of the reviewers of the book mentions that it. Shir ha-shirim = [Megilat shir ha-shirim]: Love song of a nation: the commentary of Rabbi Moshe Alshich (Shoshanath ha'amakim) on Shir hashirim/The Song of songs Author: אלשיך, משה, המאה ה־ translated by.

- Shir ha-shirim: Song of Solomon. The entire biblical book of the Song of Songs is worked into an ornamental design using large Hebrew block letters and the minute letters called micrography. The word shir (song) is in the center. Though not a ketubah (marriage contract), this document may well have been written in honor of a marriage.

This painting was inspired by a commission to paint the love relationship depicted in the Song of Songs, an affinity that parallels that of the cherubim in the Holy of Holies. Raanan overlaid the painting with layers and layers of transparent color, giving it luminosity.

He was searching for a balan. SHIR HaSHIRIM, literally the Song of Songs, the original Jewish Renewing community, (established inbefore Jewish Renewal was founded in the late sixties and early seventies) is an all-inclusive, welcoming participatory congregation that promotes spiritual growth and social responsibility.

Welcome to Spices (and flora and fauna) in the Song of Songs. These early blogs will appear as a forthcoming book, based upon the original page on in (then on angelfire). Explored is the biblical significance of the perfumes, fragrances and spices, as well as flora and fauna of the Song of Songs, Shir Hashirim.

Song of Songs = Shir ha-Shirim: the traditional Hebrew text with the new JPS translation / commentary by Michael Fishbane. series title The JPS Bible Commentary. Shir ha-Shirim Rabbah (Hebrew: שיר השירים רבה) is a Haggadic midrash on Canticles, quoted by Rashi under the title "Midrash Shir ha-Shirim" (commentary on Cant.

1, viii. 11). It is called also "Agadat Ḥazita", from its initial word "Ḥazita" (Nathan ben Jehiel, in the Aruk, s.v. טפף), or "Midrash Ḥazita" (Naḥmanides, commentary on Ex.

28; Simon Duran, Tashbaẓ. Shir ha shirim, or, The Song of Songs being a paraphrase upon the most excellent canticles of Solomon in a pindarick poem / by John Lloyd.

To which is annext another late pindarick ode, being an hymn on the works of the six days by the same author. Six days work. Lloyd, John. All the aforementioned commentators, in one way or another, understand “Shir Ha-Shirim” to mean “one song out of many others.”Other commentators propose an alternative explanation, however.

On their view, Shir Ha-Shirim means not one of many songs, but a song comprised of many smaller songs that have been stitched together into one. For instance, Shir Ha-Shirim Rabba () cites a.