The HPLS Morning Siddur is arranged into the following four parts:

Part 1, Preliminary Morning Prayers.

The first Preliminary Morning Prayer is MohDeh Ah'nee (I thank). This prayer
doesn't mention God's name and some say it even while in bed. The preliminary
morning prayers continue with the
Ah'sher YahTzahr blessing (said after going
to the bathroom), the
N'teeLaht YahDahYim blessing (said after washing of the
hands), and the meditation and blessings for putting on the Tallis and
Tefillin.
The order of the prayers so far is different between the three nucachim and the
differences are clearly noted in the siddur. The preliminary prayers continue with
the songs
Ah'dohn OhLahm and YeegDahl, the 15 Morning Blessings
(B'rahChoht), the Ah'kehDah (binding of Isaac) and the remainder of the temple
prayers. The Preliminary Morning Prayers section concludes with the Rabbi's
Mourners'
Kaddish.

Part 2, Verses of Praise (P'sooKay D'zeemRah).

The Verses of Praise section is designed to get the worshiper ready for the main
prayer. The order of the Verses of Praise section differs slightly between the
three Nusachim. The differences between Nusachim are noted accordingly.

For Nusach Ashkenaz, the order is as follows: Psalm 30, Mourners' Kaddish,
BahRooch ShehAhMahr (opening blessing to P'sooKay D'zeemRah), HohDoo
(1 Chronicles 16:8-36), Psalm 100, Ashrei (Psalm 145), Psalm 146, Psalm 147,
Psalm 148, Psalm 149, Psalm 150,
VahY'vahRehch DahVeed through
YeeshTahBahch, and Psalm 130.

Similar prayers are included for all nusachim.

Part 3, Shacharit (ShahChah'reet).

Although Shacharit usually applies to the whole Morning Service, this part of the
HPLS Morning Siddur is referred to as
Shacharit to distinguish it from the
Preliminary Morning Prayers and Verses of Praise sections. Shacharit is actually
the Morning Prayer. The Shacharit section is almost completely transliterated
and consists of the following:
Barchu (BahR'choo) the Shema (Sh'mah
YisRahEhl)
and associated preliminary and concluding blessings, the Weekday
Silent Prayer
(Ah'meeDah), the Tachanun (TahChah'noon) Supplication. Like the
afternoon service, with a quorum of 10 present, the silent prayer is repeated by
the chazen
(Sh'leeAhch TzeeBoor,  or public messenger). The Sh'leeAhch
TzeeBoo
r adds the KahDooShah prayer, which is said aloud by him and the
congregants.

The
Shacharit section continues with the Concluding Morning Prayers:
Ashrei,
Psalm 20,
OohVahL'tzeeYohn,
V'ahTah KahDohsh,
Psalm of the day,
HohSheeAyNoo (Nusach Sefard Daily addition to Psalm of the Day),
Psalm 27 (said from Elul to 7th day of Succoth),
Psalm 49 (said in a house of mourning,
HahMahKohm Y'nahChehm (said to the mourner during the shivah),
Aleinu (AhLayNoo), and the
Mourners'
Kaddish.

Part 4, Supplement. This section contains additional morning prayers and
consists of the following sections:

A: Hallel.This psalm section is said for the New Moon (Rosh ChohDehsh),
Chanukah, and the intermediate days (
Chohl HahMohEhd) of the three
Pilgrimage Festivals. Psalm 104 (also referred to as
BahRchee NahfShee), is
added during the
Rosh ChohDehsh (new moon) service.

B: Torah Service.

C: Musaf for
Rosh ChohDehsh.

D: Musaf for Chohl HahMohEhd.

E: This section contains additional selections for Nusach Sefard, including:
Psalm 86, Isaiah 2:5, Micah 4:5, I Kings 8:57-60, Psalm 124,
KahVeh, Ayn
KehLohHayNoo.

The HPLS Morning Siddur concludes with Aleinu and the Mourners' Kaddish.
Title
Part 1 - Preliminary Morning Prayers
MohDeh Ah'nee - Modeh Ahnee - I Thank You
(This prayer does not mention God's name and can be said in bed)
N'teeLaht YahDahYeem - Netilat Yadayim
(Said upon awakening and before breaking bread)
Ah'sher YahTzahr - Asher Yatzar - who formed (Said upon relieving oneself.)
Meditation for the TahLeet - Tallis.
TahLeet Blessing
Meditation for the T'feeLeen - For men 13 years and older
T'feeLeen Blessing
Mah TohVoo - Mah Tovu - How Good
Ah'dohn OhLahm - Adon Olam - Master of the Universe
Yeeg Dahl - Yigdal - May He be Magnified
(Song by Daniel ben Judah of Rome 14th Century)
Blessings and Selections of the Torah LahAh'sohk B'deevRay TohRah
The 15 Morning B'rahChoht
Prayer for Peace
Prayer for Peace II
Ah'kehDah - AkeDah (the binding of Isaac)
ReeBohNoh Shehl OhLahm
Preliminary Sh'ma YisRahEhl - Shema Yisrael
Introduction to Preliminary Shema Yisrael
Preliminary Shema Yisrael - 1st paragraph - V'ahHahvTah - V'ahavTah
Closing Meditation of Preliminary Shema Yisrael
KohrBahNoht - KorBaNot (Some consider this most important part of service.)
Copper Laver - Exodus 30:17-24
Priests' Mitzvah - Leviticus 6:1-6
Meditation to the Temple Offering
Daily Temple Offering - KohrBahn TahMeed - Numbers 28:1-8
K'tohReht - Fragrant Incense (Exodus 30:34-36)
K-reeToht 6a; Jerusalem (Y'rooShahlMee) Talmud Yoma 4:5
Talmud Yoma 33a -The order of the temple service
On Shabbat - Numbers - Numbers 28:9-11
On Rosh ChohDehsh - Rosh Chodesh (New Moon) - Numbers 28:11-15
Talmudic Selections
Mishnah - Zevachim, Chapter 5
RahBee YeeshMahEhl - Rabbi Ishmael (Talmudic Interpretation of the Torah)
Rabbis' Mourner's KahDeesh

Part 2 - P'sooKay D'zeemRah - Psookay Dzimrah  (Verses of Praise)
Order for Nusach Sefard (see next section for Nusach Ashkenaz)
HohDoo (1 Chronicles 16:8-36)
Psalm 30
Hashem MehLehch (Nusach Sefard Selections)
LahM'nahTzehAhch BeenGeeNoht - Psalm 67
BahRooch ShehAhMahr -  Opening blessing to P'sooKay D'zeemRah
Psalm 100 - MeezMohr L'tohDah
Y'hee Ch'vohd
AhshRay - Psalm 145
Psalm 146
Psalm 147
Psalm 148
Psalm 149
Psalm 150
VahY'vahRehch DahVeed - 1 Chronicles 29:10-13
Nehemiah 9:5-11
Song of the Sea - Exodus 15:1-19
YeeshTahBahch (Closing blessing to P'sooKay D'zeemRah)
Psalm 130 - Sheer HahMahAh'loht (between Rosh HahShaNah and Yohm
KeePoor)

Part 2 - P'sooKay D'zeemRah - Psookay Dzimrah  (Verses of Praise)
Order for Nusach Ashkenaz (see previous section for Nusach Sefard)
Psalm 30
Mourner's Kaddesh
BahRooch ShehAhMahr -  Opening blessing to P'sooKay D'zeemRah
HohDoo (1 Chronicles 16:8-36)
Psalm 100 - MeezMohr L'tohDah
Y'hee Ch'vohd
AhshRay - Psalm 145
Psalm 146
Psalm 147
Psalm 148
Psalm 149
Psalm 150
VahY'vahRehch DahVeed - 1 Chronicles 29:10-13
Nehemiah 9:5-11
Song of the Sea - Exodus 15:1-19
YeeshTahBahch (Closing blessing to P'sooKay D'zeemRah)
Psalm 130 - Sheer HahMahAh'loht (between Rosh HahShaNah and Yohm
KeePoor)

Part 3 ShahChah'reet
BahR'choo - Bahr-choo (Said by the Sh'leeAhch TzeeBoor)
Shema Yisrael
1st Blessing before Shemah
2nd Blessing before Shemah
Shema Yisrael - Deuteronomy 6:4; 6:5-9 - V'ahHahvTah
Shema 2nd Paragraph - Deuteronomy 11: 13-21 - V'hahYah Eem ShahMohAh
Shema 3rd Paragraph - Deuteronomy 15: 37-41 - VahYohMehr Hashem
Eh'Meht - Blessings after the Shema
Tzoor YisRahEhl - Said immediately before Amidah
Weekday Morning Amidah
TahChah'noon (Supplication)
Concluding Morning Prayers:
Psalm 145 -AhshRay
Psalm 20
OohVah L'tzeeYohn
Y'ahTah KahDohsh
Psalm of the day
Sunday - Psalm 24
Monday - Psalm 48
Tuesday - Psalm 82
Wednesday - Psalm 94   
Thursday - Psalm 81
Friday - Psalm 93
HohSheeAyNoo (Nusach Sefard Daily Addition to the Psalm of the Day)
Psalm 104 - BahR'chee NahfShee (for Rosh ChohDehsh)
Psalm 27  (Said from Elul to 7th day of Sukkot)
Psalm 49 - Said in the house of the mourner
AhLayNoo
Mourner's Kadesh

Part 4 - Supplement
A
-
Hallel - for Rosh Chodesh, Chanukah, Festivals, and Chohl HahMohEhd
(Intermediate Days of the Festivals)

B -
Torah Service
C -

Musaf for Rosh Chodesh
(the new month)
D -

Musaf for Chohl HahMohEhd
E -

Concluding Prayers for Nusach Sefard
Psalm 86
Isaiah 2:5, Micah 4:5, 1 Kings 8:57-60
Psalm 124
KahVeh
Ayn KahLohHayNoo
AhLayNoo
Mourner's Kadesh (includes Ahl YisRahEhl)
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