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Israeli poetry - Shared screen with speaker view
Susan Miron
32:53
Please send me about the family coming to Brandeis.
Ed Grossman
41:20
Kein ye'hi ratzon...
Michael Eliastam
41:21
Rachel; Beautifully explained, very reassuring, but as you know, the Fat Lady has not yet sung!
Fredi
42:04
And the first pm with American Olim parents!
Leonie Kramer
46:36
So honored to help sponsor this very talented musician - lovely, Gal!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
47:38
The sentiment comes across even if we don’t know all the words very moving thank you
David Allan
47:40
Gal: beautiful, beautiful--the smoothness of your singing contrasts with the trembling goodbye
Linda Cedarbaum
47:50
So beautiful and moving!
Dorothea Dorenz
47:52
Very tender song and singing of it
Gail Lipsitz
48:01
Such a sweet voice
rheadorn
48:12
Oh thank you Gal.
Michal Tamuz
48:13
Beautiful song! Beautiful interpretation!!
Gal Tamir
50:32
Thank you all! You are soooo sweet. You are welcome to have some more easy listening to my project "Al'Fado" :Connect with us and sign-up to our mailing list:https://al-fado.com/.Listen and Buy our debut album Nasimiento:https://al-fado.com/music/nasimiento/https://alfado.bandcamp.com/album/nas....Follow us on Social Media:https://facebook.com/alfadomusichttps://instagram.com/alfadomusic
Gail Lipsitz
01:09:33
My son - echo of the Akedah - Abraham and Isaac - also alienation
Paul Slater
01:10:26
Does ריק כמו ציפור translate as empty as a cave? or empty as a bird
Elizabeth Pressman
01:17:05
Joyce, just beautiful!
Etty
01:18:25
Beautiful
David Allan
01:18:43
Joyce, your vulnerability comes through you oice. Beautiful
Gal Tamir
01:18:45
<3
Erica Sokoloff
01:19:06
Todah Joyce for your beautiful rendition
Michal Tamuz
01:19:16
Beautiful interpretation! Todah Rabah!
Steven Broder
01:19:47
Lovely, Joyce.
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:19:58
That was so lovely thank you
Marilyn Bernstein
01:20:19
Thank you Joyce. So special to hear you sing
Lynn/Leah Golberstein
01:20:27
Thank you!
Sharon Heim
01:23:07
Trees are not enemies
Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb
01:27:04
Yes, the plain meaning of Deut 20:19 is a rhetorical question -- yet Zach follows an old midrashic tradition in reading this homiletically. Sifrei, an early medieval commentary, takes the same four word phrase on its own and equates people with trees, and highlights humanity's dependence on trees -- a key early source informing modern Jewish ecological study....
Sheldon Dorph
01:28:31
the fire can it reference the Holocaust? and the bitterness he tasted..was sit bite the love and the hate who created the bitterness of life..each in its own way?
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:32:27
Brings back the memory of my father, at home on his deathbed, in November. Shortly after he passed, the maple tree outside his window, the tallest and oldest on his property, shed it’s last leaf
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:32:34
as Delicate as the bird
Lynn/Leah Golberstein
01:33:06
Stunning, thank you!
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:33:20
Its, not it’s.
Dorothea Dorenz
01:33:29
Gal you have an exquisite voice! thank you!
Chana (Ann Ellen) Dickter
01:33:30
Such a beautiful interpretationà
Joyce Bohnen
01:34:04
So beautiful. Thank you, Gal
Dorothea Dorenz
01:38:07
any i idea when this poem was written?
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:38:51
Gal’s VOICE is one or a rare bird’s
Susan Spitz
01:38:56
Can we see it in English?
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:39:48
I am happy to help with the Couple coming to Braindeis, Aviva Lev-Ari
Annabel Lindenbaum
01:48:13
So beautiful. Your voice is so gentle.
Ed Grossman
01:48:59
So expressive vocally & instrumentally..
Sheldon Dorph
01:49:16
Zach poems just touch the heart and the music of this man reenforces that
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:49:28
I could listen to him all day!
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:49:28
Ditto, Ed!
Marilyn Bernstein
01:49:47
Gal’s voice and presentation is so beautiful to listen to …Thank you Gal.
Elizabeth Pressman
01:50:06
Shelly, perfect expression of the poems and the singing of Gal.
Mona Fishbane
01:50:16
The poem and the music are gorgeous, heart-rending.
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:50:39
👏👏👏
Rabbi Daniela Szuster
01:50:41
Beautiful!
Annabel Lindenbaum
01:50:43
Do you have CDs?
Sheldon & Harriet
01:51:01
The music added so much meaning today!
Michal Tamuz
01:51:03
Todah Rabat! Wonderful songs!
judyhurvitz
01:51:11
Stunning, thank you for this moment.
Michal Tamuz
01:51:45
Please let us know when you will be playing in the US!
Gal Tamir
01:56:37
Annabel - yes - we do have our CD, called "Nasimiento", it's available in Print and Digital formats. Scroll back a little and you'll find all links (or ask me and I'll send you the links directly)
judyhurvitz
02:12:19
Thanks Pnina, enjoyed hearing that way of reading the poem
Gal Tamir
02:15:42
Thank you all - it's been a great pleasure being a part of this lovely Event - So much to the point and refreshing <3 Happy I could contribute a bit too !
rgossat@yahoo.com
02:22:03
My Israeli sons in law, one from an Ashkenazi home and one from an Iraqi background, both say please and thank you.... as do my grandchildren...
gila appleby
02:23:04
Maybe in One Moment, the word is not tsipor but tsafui (ending with a yud not a resh) which my dictionary says means “imminent, expected, destined.” So perhaps “empty as destined”?
Mark Elber
02:23:27
It's chapter 18 in Kings I
Rena Panush
02:25:32
Check out the part of MENDELSON’s oratorio, Elijah, where the priestsof Baal try to light the fire for their pages sacrifices. Then the rain came.
pnina beck
02:25:47
mekachim a
pnina beck
02:27:03
kinks a .18
Deborah Hollenberg
02:28:12
From Deborah: Thank you!
Sarah Elpern
02:28:25
Loss of a parent at an early age,, even if not suicide, results in grieving that doesn't end.
Carol Ducak
02:34:51
Shabbat Shalom.
Ed Grossman
02:35:17
Barbara Cohen I also think has hand up..
Ed Grossman
02:36:24
To raise "virtual" hand, look for box "Reactions" (usually on the bottom) and click on it, then click on "Raise Hand"
Sharon Heim
02:37:39
דו!
Leonie Kramer
02:39:22
Thank you again for a wonderful class - Shabbat Shalom to all!
Ed Grossman
02:50:46
Great session. Shabbat shalom.