When we read Torah in the synagogue, we are not simply commanded to recite it, rather to sing it with special chanting motifs called tropes musical symbols of cantillation. The following are recordings, with accompanying notation, of these symbols which may be used to learn the art of Torah and Haftarah reading. You will also find the Hebrew words transliterated on the bottom of the musical staves. It is important to note that the chanting of Torah is an oral tradition and many styles of chanting have been passed down through the generations. Therefore, the musical notation you see will sometimes differ from the accompanying recording. Please use the recordings, trope names and corresponding symbols as the primary method of learning these tropes.
Shabbat Torah Trope and Haftarah Trope
Torah and Haftarah Trope
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