Some articles on reciting:

... (Japanese 詩吟) is a performance of reciting a Japanese poem or a Chinese poem read in Japanese, each poem (Japanese 詩 = shi) usually chanted (Japanese 吟 = gin) by an indivisual or in a group ... Reciting can be done loudly before a large audience, softly to a few friends, or quietly to the recitor himself or herself ... Each reciting is also termed gin ...
Paath - Background
... Sahib, alone or with others listening or reciting along ... The person reciting Gurbani should pronounce every syllable correctly so that the Naad, the sound current may be produced and affect the consciousness of the one reciting and the one ... beautiful form of recitation in a group is to divide into groups of men and women with each reciting an alternate sutra ...
Motzei Shabbat
... Shabbat in order to be allowed to resume these forbidden activities Reciting Ata Honantanu This special paragraph is added to the Amidah during Maariv on Saturday evening, and is generally ... Reciting or listening to Havdallah defines the end of Shabbat ...
Sujud - Overview
... The raka'ah can be described as follows Standing and saying Allahu akbar, reciting surah al-Fatiha, and reciting a short passage of the Quran such as surah al-Ikhlas ... without bending the knees and with hands resting on the knees, while reciting additional phrases to glorify Allah ... Standing up from bowing, and reciting further ...
Berakhot (Talmud) - The Shema - Saying The Shema
... Mishnah ב - The time for reciting the morning Shema is referred to by "when you arise" (ובקומך), and this is when there is enough light to ... Shema after the first three hours, it is as if he is reading from the Torah, which shows that reciting the Shema properly is even greater than reciting words of Torah ... (12) Mishnah ג - The position one should assume when reciting the Shema is now discussed ...

Famous quotes containing the word reciting:

    Of course, Behaviorism “works.” So does torture. Give me a no- nonsense, down-to-earth behaviorist, a few drugs, and simple electrical appliances, and in six months I will have him reciting the Athanasian Creed in public.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)

    If the oarsmen of a fast-moving ship suddenly cease to row, the suspension of the driving force of the oars doesn’t prevent the vessel from continuing to move on its course. And with a speech it is much the same. After he has finished reciting the document, the speaker will still be able to maintain the same tone without a break, borrowing its momentum and impulse from the passage he has just read out.
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C)

    A tattered copy of Johnson’s large Dictionary was a great delight to me, on account of the specimens of English versifications which I found in the Introduction. I learned them as if they were so many poems. I used to keep this old volume close to my pillow; and I amused myself when I awoke in the morning by reciting its jingling contrasts of iambic and trochaic and dactylic metre, and thinking what a charming occupation it must be to “make up” verses.
    Lucy Larcom (1824–1893)