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There's a number of instances in which Hallel is supposed to be said. Please find the page relevant to the specific Hallel you are looking for.
* [[Hallel of the Seder]]* [[Hallel of Chanuka]] * [[Hallel of Rosh Chodesh]]* [[Hallel of Yom Tov]]* [[Yom HaAtzmaut]] *It is not said on [[Purim]], see [[Customs_of_Purim#Hallel|Customs of Purim]].*There is no Hallel on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur because one should not sing on days when judgment is being rendered<ref>Gemara Arachin 10b, Rambam Hilchot Chanukah 3:6 </ref> ==General Laws== #The proper place for the recital of Hallel is immediately after [[Shacharit]]. This is true even on a day that we recite [[Musaf]] and technically [[musaf]] should be recited first since it is said more often and tadir visheayno tadir, tadir kodem (the item said performed more often should precede the less common).<ref>Sh"t Iggerot Moshe 3:70. Shulchan Aruch Harav 131:5 says that the reason is that zrizim makdimin limitzvot, that we are eager to fulfill mitzvot as early as possible. Sh"t Yaskil Avdi 8:20:55 writes that Hallel is a continuation of Yaaleh Viyavo and also that by saying Hallel in the place where [[Tachanun]] is usually recited, it is a proclamation of respect for this exalted day. </ref>#Hallel should be recited during the day and not at night.<ref>Gemara Megilla 20b based on the pasuk “From when the sun rises in the east until it sets, shall Hashem’s name be praised. ”</ref>#Hallel should be recited while standing<ref>Shulchan Aruch 422:7. Mishna Brura 422:28 says that we recite hallel standing since Hallel testifies to Hashem’s miracles and wondrous deeds, and testimony must be made while standing.</ref> Some say that during hallel one shouldn't lean on a shtender in a way that one would fall if the shtender was removed.<ref>Magen Avraham 422:11 says that one shouldn't lean on shtender in a way that one would fall if it was removed. Biur Halacha 422:7 s.v. "me'omed" questions this.</ref> Someone who recited Hallel while sitting need not repeat it <ref>Mishneh Brurahh 422:28, quoting Pri Megadim. </ref>#An elderly person who has a hard time standing may recite Hallel while seated even lechatchila.<ref>Aruch Hashulchan 422:13 </ref>#If someone misses a word or sentence he must return to the place he omitted <ref>Rama 422:6 </ref> ==Interrupting Hallel== #In Hallel of Yom Tov one can interrupt just as one would for Kriyat Shema. That is, between paragraphs one can greet someone whom one has to respect and return a greeting to anyone. In the middle of paragraphs one can only greet someone whom one has to fear and return greetings to someone whom one has to respect.<ref>Gemara Brachot 14a, Rosh Brachot 2:5, Shulchan Aruch OC 644:1</ref> ==Sources==<references />[[Category:Holidays]][[Category:Prayer]]

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