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The Torah Matzav
יהיו לרצון אמרי פי
when reciting the שמע קולינו the
Chazzan says the
stanza of יהיו לרצון quietly?
There were some Gedolim who were bothered
by this question and didn't have an answer.
Perhaps, we can attempt to answer this question.
The רמ"א (O.Ch. 123:6) writes,
at the end of חזרת
does not say.יהיו
לרצון אמרי פי"
The Mishna V'rurah says the reason
is because he relies on the תתקבל
of the Kaddish, he will be saying
after ובא לציון. (not to be repetitive)
The M.V. also quotes the של"ה and
the גאון who argue and hold that the
Chazzan should say it.
The Minhag is to say it quietly, not
offend the Psak of the רמ"א.
Perhaps* the same reasoning would
apply during סליחות at שמע קולינו.
Since the Chazan ends the סליחות
with the Kaddish w תתקבל. It would
sound repetitive to say both יהו לרצון
& תתקבל, therefore, they instituted to
say the יהיו לרצון quietly.
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