August 20, 2017
Some Shofar blowers can hold a T'key-ah Gdolah for a minute or more. This dramatic call is the mark of a good Tokeiah (expert blower) and requires a lot of practice to develop your wind.
According to some scholars, the shofar dates back to ancient times when making loud noises on the New Year was thought to scare off demons and ensure a happy start to the coming year.
Try using one of the following methods depending on the type of cleaning needed.
To master the art of coxing music from the shofar comes with practice. Some are naturally gifted and some are not however if you’ve ever blown a trumpet or something similar you’ll be a pro before you know it!
August 26, 2016
Zechariah 8:23 "Thus hath the LORD of the hosts said, In those days it shall come to pass that ten men of all the languages of the Gentiles shall take...
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