By Elisabeth Hollender
This quantity is a compendium of all recognized commentaries on Hebrew liturgical poetry (piyyut) preserved in manuscript shape. It comprises references to commentaries from many alternative Jewish groups, so much well-known between them Ashkenaz, Tsarfat, Sepharad, Carpentras and Yemen, composed and copied in Medieval and Early glossy occasions. Over 18,000 person commentaries on greater than 2,000 poems are indexed with basic assets and references to variants the place extant. As an reduction to analyze, it describes an unlimited yet hitherto ignored style of medieval Hebrew literature and maps out an entire new box of research into medieval Jewish textual tradition. This catalogue permits clients to discover manuscript commentaries on so much piyyutim that have been integrated in liturgies in significant Jewish groups.
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This quantity is a compendium of all recognized commentaries on Hebrew liturgical poetry (piyyut) preserved in manuscript shape. It comprises references to commentaries from many various Jewish groups, so much well-known between them Ashkenaz, Tsarfat, Sepharad, Carpentras and Yemen, composed and copied in Medieval and Early sleek occasions.
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Moscow - Russian State Library, Ms. Guenzburg 1594/3 (f. 24a-25b), Commentary on Hoshaanot, Minhag Italia, 1479, F. 48641. Moscow - Russian State Library, Ms. , F. 48679. Moscow - Russian State Library, Ms. , F. 6868. Moscow - Russian State Library, Ms. , F. 06869. Moscow - Russian State Library, Ms. , F. 45723. –––––––––––––––––––––– 10 Cp. Archives Juives 12 (1976), pp. 61-70. LIST OF MANUSCRIPTS 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 33 Moscow - Russian State Library, Ms.
49133. Lund - Universitetsbibliothek Ms. O. 2, Siddur Minhag Ashkenaz with commentary, 1407, F. 34100. Manchester - John Rylands University Library, Ms. Gaster 4, Tiklal with commentary on Azharot of Salomo Ibn Gabirol and a few other piyyutim, Minhag Yemen, ca. 1637, F. 15984. Manchester - John Rylands University Library, Ms. Gaster 5, Tiklal with commentary פעמון זהב ורמוןby Isaac b. Abrahm Wanneh, Minhag Yemen, 1769, F. 9 –––––––––––––––––––––– 9 The original Gaster card catalogue of the items from the Gaster collection that were aquired by the John Rylands Library does not include a number 5, the manuscript clearly bears a pencilled 5 on the first leaf.
Duran and some others who commented on Azharot; and several Yemenite commentators, most prominent among them Isaac b. Abraham Wanneh. If the commentary is headed by a rubric, this will follow in the description of the commentary. Introductions, even short ones, have not been listed as rubrics, even if they serve that function in some cases. Additional information is provided where this seemed necessary. The following information is usually given: (a) incipits that vary from the first word of the piyyut, (b) the lack of an incipit, (c) exeptionally short commentaries, (d) additional marginal notes that influence the appearance of the commentary, (e) if a commentary breaks off in the middle due to the end of a manuscript, and (f) those postscripts that do shed light onto the identity or the intentions of the commentator.