Who likes to hear the shofar blast?
(And sing along)!
Though shofars come in a variety of shapes and sizes (each making unique sounds), there is a traditional set of blasts made during the High Holy Day services.
There are four sounds the shofar makes and each has a different name:
Tekiah—One long, unbroken sound; Shevarim—Three medium-length broken sounds; Teruah—Series of nine staccato sounds; and Tekiah Gedolah—One long, unbroken blast held as long as possible with a louder ending.
Create your Shofar at home, then photograph yourself with your Shofar for our Rosh HaShanah Tot Service “Shofar Blast Music Video”.