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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Tamar Loewenberg
51:47
Sound is very poor.
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
51:47
Is your sound garbled?
David Allan
51:51
lilting, lovely and the complex dissonances fade in and out!
Gail Lipsitz
52:44
I am hearing it fine. I love this piece!
Varda Farber
53:35
Yes, my sound was not clear either.
Varda Farber
53:51
Lovely composition.
Rabbi Mark Cohn
54:21
There is my Amy!!
Joyce Bohnen
54:31
I can't recall hearing a contemporary waltz before this. It is marvelous!!
Rabbi Mark Cohn
54:33
HI Rachel!!
Chana (Ann Ellen) Dickter
56:57
I agree with Jacqueline
Mona Fishbane
01:00:17
katsaps is a derogatory word
Susan
01:00:26
Meaning what?
Mona Fishbane
01:01:17
according to Dr. Google, katsap is a Ukrainian word used in a negative way to describe Russians
Susan
01:02:13
Tx
Solange Tajchman
01:06:54
Stuart, your reading really makes the text come to life! Thank you!
edna janco
01:16:44
Diane, you surely were/are an actress. what reading. thanks so very much. your inflection and the feeling of the story! Bravo.
Denah S. Bookstein
01:20:02
Brings to mind Degas’ drawings and paintings of “working women”
elizabeth caplun
01:23:19
Fence is an interesting metaphor - as in building fences around fences to make sure one abides by the Torah commendments.
Hank Lipsitt
01:29:51
Beautiful reading!
Martin Stempel
01:34:58
PLEASE OPEN TEXT
Miriam Hoffman
01:35:03
It is almost similar story of romantic Romeo and Juliette, except 2 children fro opposite social and religious sides and the families are rivals.
Rhea Dorn
01:35:26
Song of Songs
Miriam Hoffman
01:35:31
Joyce it was awesome!
Denah S. Bookstein
01:35:33
Song of Songs
Suzie Lampert
01:35:41
Stunning Joyce!!
Mona Fishbane
01:36:00
Joyce—thank you! Lovely!
Varda Farber
01:36:02
Bravo Joyce!
Elizabeth Pressman
01:36:05
Beautiful Joyce!
Denah S. Bookstein
01:36:10
Thanks so much Joyce !
Solange Tajchman
01:36:44
There are resonance of Shir Hashirim, and also Gan Eden in the story
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:37:04
Very emotive reading Joycer! Thank you!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:37:39
And beautiful song!
Miriam Hoffman
01:38:39
Miriam Hoffman
Joanne
01:38:54
How different things are today for much of Jewish population.
Miriam Hoffman
01:39:03
Joyce it was a great song for you to sing!! well done!
Rhea Dorn
01:40:12
Sound is just right. lovely
David Allan
01:40:13
Joyce, your rendition brought me joy--so beautiful. Thank you.
Mona Fishbane
01:40:45
Joyce and Michael, you are a dynamic duo in this class!
David Allan
01:41:09
Bach's Even tempered music is sublime.
Judi Pitkowsky
01:41:10
We thank Joyce so much for a beautiful presentation .
Elizabeth Pressman
01:41:21
Daniel-a beautifull piece and wonderful playing!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:41:49
Beautifulmusic! Thank you!!
David Allan
01:41:55
Daniel, thank you!
Sharon Packer
01:42:03
Daniel, I loved your original piece as well as the Bach. You are so talented!
Mona Fishbane
01:42:04
Daniel, thank you for soothing our souls with Bach and beautiful playing!
Edy Parker
01:42:18
Gorgeous…thank you!
Rhea Dorn
01:42:24
The order in Bach is the opposite of this novella.
Chana (Ann Ellen) Dickter
01:42:26
Daniel - todah rabah!
Varda Farber
01:42:40
Thank you for the beautiful music Daniel
Gail Lipsitz
01:42:43
Thank you for this beautiful Bach, Daniel.
Daniel Schwarzwald
01:42:44
thank you everybody
Rhea Dorn
01:43:14
Contrapuntal, different voices in the novella.
Joanne
01:44:59
I think we need another class on this story!
A Ginsburg
01:45:09
Diane, we hope that Rachel will call on you often to offer us your beautiful reading.
Marcia Falk
01:53:55
The orchard (padres), too, is in Shir Hashirim. There it describes the woman: Sh’lakhayikh parades rimonim.
Marcia Falk
01:54:21
My typo: padres (not padres)
Marcia Falk
01:54:36
Pardes
Marcia Falk
01:55:31
Auto-correct won’t let me type pardes.
Solange Tajchman
01:58:36
The voice in Chapter 11 is so strikingly different!
Dan Matz
02:00:20
Shiksa is also very derogatory meaning in fact- abominable (meshukatz)
Sharon Packer
02:02:01
Thank you, Daniel. You are very talented! I really enjoyed all that you played but especially your own piece and the last one.
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
02:02:43
I love this stride piano style!
Asaf Rabi
02:02:43
So nice :)
Solange Tajchman
02:02:50
Thank you, Daniel! Wonderful composition!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:02:55
Lovely, lyrical music! thank you so much!
yossepha ziv
02:03:02
Indeed very talented!
Elizabeth Pressman
02:03:19
Daniel, I love the versatility of your repertoire!
Lionel Moses
02:03:27
Toda, Daniel. Lovely music and soothing performance
Yocheved Schwarzbaum
02:03:34
fantastic.
Jacqueline Schenkein
02:03:46
Wonderful version of “I should care.”
David Allan
02:03:59
Daniel--I din't hear the composer of this wonderful jazz with its exploration and shift of moods.
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
02:04:05
👏👏👏
Mona Fishbane
02:04:12
Daniel, you are so talented!
helainekliger
02:04:20
Bravo!!
Edy Parker
02:04:34
Wow, that was amazing!
Jan Yaffe
02:04:55
beautiful!
Daniel Schwarzwald
02:05:12
Axel Stordahl and Paul Weston is the name of the composers
Deborah Hollenberg
02:05:16
From Deborah: This made me feel as though Was dancing with my late husband. He would have loved this!
Daniel Schwarzwald
02:05:30
the name of the standard is "I should Care"
Hank Lipsitt
02:06:18
Thank you bringing this story alive for us Rachel!
Michal Tamuz
02:06:51
Wonderful! Happy to take your name off the me=she=beirach list!
Varda Farber
02:06:53
We are delighted Rachel!
Suzie Lampert
02:07:03
Thank you so much for an outstanding class and also so very happy you are feeling so well and strong!!!
Debra Alden
02:07:07
Today Rabah
Barbara Saunders
02:07:17
Todah Rachel V'Chag Sameach L'Kulum!
Sharon Packer
02:08:09
Thank you so much, Rachel, for a lovely class!
Joanne
02:10:18
Could we possibly just have another class or part of on this story. Have to leave for PT
Daniel Schwarzwald
02:11:45
I have to leave thank you very much everyone it was a pleasure!
Yocheved Schwarzbaum
02:12:17
thank you very much Daniel.
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:15:58
So who comes through this looking worse, The Jews or the Goyim
Solange Tajchman
02:16:29
The story starts before he is in Heder, which would indicate he was really young.
Audrey Asher
02:16:32
the only virtuous one was Marinka
Sarah Elpern
02:16:32
They both look pretty bad in the story.
Barbara Finkel
02:21:15
All the Rivers
Barbara Finkel
02:21:45
By Dorit Rabinyan
Solange Tajchman
02:26:07
I think it is important to portray the foibles of shtetl life so we do not romanticize it
Mona Fishbane
02:34:18
Bialik conveys ambivalence and complexity in the character of Noah
Sharon Heim
02:34:25
Hypocrisy of the men
Mj Levison
02:40:21
Mamzer is not one born out of wedlock. Mamzer is the child of ANY illicit sexual relation
Sharon Heim
02:42:33
He is only aware of the sun when Shabbat starts. No connection to nature
Mona Fishbane
02:43:13
Another wonderful class. Much gratitude!
Nomi
02:43:47
from a Halachick point of view a mamzer is a child born to people who are not permitted marry- ie a man with a woman married to another. A child born out of wedlock is not necessarily a momzer
Solange Tajchman
02:44:00
An amazing class! Today Rabbah, Rachel. I am so glad we studied this story together!
Jan Yaffe
02:44:06
todah rabah!