Hallel

Hallel (Hebrew: הלל‎, "Praise") is a Jewish prayer—a verbatim recitation from Psalms 113-118, which is used for praise and thanksgiving that is recited by observant Jews on Jewish holidays.

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Hallelujah - Usage By Jews
... The word "hallelujah" is sung as part of the Hallel Psalms (interspersed between Psalms 113-150), which are split up into three parts the Egyptian Hallel (113-118), the ...
Korban Pesach - Rabbinical Interpretation - The Three Groups of Lay People
... their paschal lambs the Levites on the platform (dukan) recited the "Hallel" (Psalms 113-118), accompanied by instruments of brass ... the priests had completed the sacrifice, they repeated the "Hallel," although it never happened that they had to repeat it twice ... sacrifice in the manner described, while the "Hallel" was recited but the third group was so small that it had always finished before the Levites reached Psalm 116 ...
Moroccan Jews - Religious Observance - Liturgy
... Some customs of the Moroccan nusach include Two blessing for Hallel One blessing (ligmor et ha'Hallel) is said when the full Hallel is recited, while the other blessing (likro et ha'Hallel) is said when ...
Chol Ha Moed - General Concepts - Tefillin
... on Chol HaMoed remove the tefillin before Hallel, out of respect for the festive nature of Chol HaMoed, a festive nature which is especially palpable during the recitation of Hallel ... when the Torah reading (which follows Hallel) discusses the mitzvah of tefillin ... wear tefillin on Chol HaMoed retain their tefillin during Hallel and only remove the tefillin after the Torah reading is completed and the Torah scroll has been ...
Other Hallel Sequences
... The name "Hallel" is normally applied to Psalms 113–118 ... specificity this is sometimes called the "Egyptian Hallel" ... Psalm 136, also known as "The Great Hallel" was most probably used antiphonally in Temple worship ...