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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Ruth's iPad
29:20
we went to a wedding at Shar shamayim I was so beautiful
Michal Tamuz
37:53
Difficult to HEAR
diane allan
37:54
too low -volume
Dorothea Dorenz
37:57
sound could be louder
Barbara Finkel
38:43
Maybe you need to make our own volume louder
Barbara Finkel
38:49
Mine is fine
Claudia
39:03
its fine
diane allan
39:03
that worked for me!
Joni Brenner
39:30
name of the instrument
Fredi
39:55
Chag Sameach to all!
Linda Cedarbaum
40:20
Chag Sameach!
diane allan
40:47
fantastic breath control-intoxicating!
Gail's iphone4105043416
41:30
what haunting music- carries us to another realm
Bea Lieberman
41:32
This instrument is very difficult to play.
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
42:08
It has mystery in it
Harriet Wolpoff
42:19
Exotic sound!
Linda Cedarbaum
42:28
Beautiful andhaunting
diane allan
42:31
soft cries —so human
Linda Henry Goodman
42:38
WOW!
Joan Borkow
42:43
Magical.
Suzie Lampert
42:47
So stunning - what a lovely sound and beautiful!
Edy Parker
42:58
So beautiful and moving !! Thank you!
Erica Sokoloff
43:11
Gorgeous!
edna janco
43:37
may we find out a bit more about the family of this Ney instrument? from Edna
niri sadeh
43:59
so - Ney, or reed flute
niri sadeh
44:07
sufi music
niri sadeh
44:13
turkish ottoman music
rheadorn
44:27
Siri: thank you very much.
niri sadeh
44:30
and my site - www.nirisadeh.com
niri sadeh
44:46
my plsure
niri sadeh
44:49
enjoy
Linda Henry Goodman
48:19
I was fortunate enough to study Sifrut with T. Carmi at HUC in Jerusalem, 1980-81. An extraordinary man.
diane allan
50:45
What a joy to seetose coast!
diane allan
51:10
joy tosee those coats
edna janco
53:53
such sensitivity coming from a MAN, how precious. thanks and more.
Varda Farber
54:17
What a treat. Thank you for reading your poem.
Jessica Spitalnic Mates
54:47
amazing to hear a poet reads his own poems. I wear my late brother’s shirts all the time. this poem reflects what I hope and feel
edna janco
58:01
Rachel, how is it that we are not able to read the poem in Ivrit?
Frona Kahn
59:48
so beautiful. Toda
Heather Silverman
01:07:52
heartbreaking
Yocheved Schwarzbaum
01:12:20
can Herzl also read the English translation his voice is precious
diane allan
01:16:19
What a dedication.
Barbara Finkel
01:16:29
Exquisite
Aviva Landa
01:16:31
very moving poems- thank you!
iPad (6)Bina
01:17:33
tam venishlam can also refer to the grandfathers life
Heather Silverman
01:18:07
I recommend the writer Haim Sabato. One book is called Aleppo Tales. Exploration of the experience of Syrian Jewish community.
Elanascomputer
01:18:55
Does Niri have a CD with these melodies?
Linda Henry Goodman
01:19:11
Thank you Heather!
Elizabeth Pressman
01:19:16
Thank you Niri. Wonderful music we don’t always get to hear in the USA.
diane allan
01:19:25
cantorial ending!
Linda Cedarbaum
01:19:31
goegeous
Lionel Moses
01:19:33
Wow!!
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:19:36
👏👏👏
wendy
01:19:43
Beautiful his voice and music captures the mood of the poet
Michal Tamuz
01:19:46
Beautiful!!! Todah rabah!
judyhurvitz
01:19:54
Stunning!
Elanascomputer
01:20:09
It is so very special to have the Hakaks with us. Thank you so very much for bringing them to this class
Bea Lieberman
01:20:36
Is that last song Yemeni?
Heather Silverman
01:20:55
NO. Hebrew but with mizrchi nusach
Debra David
01:20:55
iraqi…
Aviva Landa
01:21:10
the Sephardic tradition is so beautiful and rich - thank you !
iPad (6)Bina
01:23:08
how ironic that striped clothing is also what many Jews three
iPad (6)Bina
01:23:57
...Jews threw off when they arrived after Auschwitz
Linda Henry Goodman
01:23:58
How old were Balfour and Herzl when they came to Israel?
Heather Silverman
01:24:08
about 2
Michaela Davidai
01:24:13
Two years old
Arlynn's iPhone
01:24:19
wow!
Linda Henry Goodman
01:24:26
Thank you.
Paul Slater
01:30:39
the pit
iPad (6)Bina
01:31:20
that’s right Paul. bor yosef
Michal Tamuz
01:31:42
Agreed. It’s pit.
Heather Silverman
01:32:02
pit is better word
diane allan
01:33:40
agree with pit
Michaela Davidai
01:39:02
From Michaela: Not Sheva, but Sh'va...
Gloria & Bob
01:42:14
remember what happened to joseph because of the coat.
Linda Henry Goodman
01:42:53
But also the expression "na va-nad" appears in Genesis, at the banishment of Cain.
Linda Henry Goodman
01:43:17
As Cain is condemned to wander the earth.
Gloria & Bob
01:44:21
this is the story of the tragedy of immigration and the challenge of creating a new society of many cultures. so much suffering because of both issues.
Linda Cedarbaum
01:46:02
The particular is the universal
Elanascomputer
01:46:04
can we get a copy of Herzl’s response?
Fredi
01:47:03
dreams are interpreted
diane allan
01:47:46
Bezrat HaShem
Suzanne Levin
01:48:19
Music called B'Sinai
Murad Taqqu
01:49:41
Arethe piyutim available?
Florence Brodkey
01:49:52
superb musician so well suited to the poetry. Thank you
Heather Silverman
01:50:07
Good question. I’d love to hear more piyutim sung in this manner
Shirley Cirlin
01:50:12
What a treat to have these two b rothers and then this marvelous amd meaningful music to boot. from Shirley
Etty
01:50:21
So much soul in this music
Sarah Schachter
01:50:40
So beautiful and soothing. Thank you Niri.
muriel wolf
01:51:02
beautiful muriel wolf
Leslie Schaeffer
01:51:03
Exquisite, thanks so much! Both the music and poetry…
Murad Taqqu
01:51:04
Ar the piyutim available?
diane allan
01:51:04
cyclical yearning and rebirth
Ed Grossman
01:51:38
Also a jazz improvisational element to it
Erica Sokoloff
01:51:46
The music and the poetry are so appropriate for today. Todah Balfour, Herzl, Niri, and, of course, Rachel for infusing this Purim with its essence.
Varda Farber
01:51:50
Hauntingly beautiful ancient melodies. Thank you for digging them up and playing them.
Claudia
01:52:08
fantastic!!!! thank you so much Neri
Michal Tamuz
01:52:16
So beautiful! Hear the influences on so many later works.
niri sadeh
01:53:28
thanks guys
niri sadeh
01:53:42
you can find everything on
niri sadeh
01:53:48
www.nirisadeh.com
Linda Henry Goodman
01:53:59
Chag Purim Sameach to everyone, and of course Shabbat Shalom. This has been absolutely wonderful.
diane allan
01:54:06
What a wonderful trea. I feel like I am in Israel. Great class!
Jinny Sagorin
01:54:08
Thank you so much for this very special program today!
Marilyn Bernstein
01:54:18
Chag Samaech to everyone
Erica Sokoloff
01:54:19
Chag Purim Sameach!
Sarah Elpern
01:54:34
The poetry and music were so special. Thank you!
Sarah Schachter
01:54:35
Chag sameach!
Linda Cedarbaum
01:54:38
Chag Sameach! Thank you!
Joan Borkow
01:54:44
I do hope that the Hakak s will come back. Chag smaeach to all.
Marilyn Bernstein
01:54:52
Wish I were in Israel to celebrate this fun holiday.
Marilyn Bernstein
01:55:36
Chag Samaech to all!!! Thank you again Rachel for all the wonderful teaching.
Dorothea Dorenz
01:55:54
Your poems help us to connect to the realities of Israel and the history that we all should know about.
Shirley Cirlin
01:56:08
So many of us are immigrants. Shirley
Shirley Cirlin
02:00:12
Thanks to the brothers Hakak for your wonderful poetry - just beautiful Shirley C
Bea Lieberman
02:03:36
I’d say that all Jews are immigrants…coming and going..Seeking a better place, ha Peretz…Always longing for origin…
Bea Lieberman
02:03:50
eretz
Bea Lieberman
02:04:06
also, being ready to run
Shirley Cirlin
02:08:23
The boys were Sabras but they suffered for the pain of their parents and grandparents Shirley
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
02:14:08
I have been teaching a class on World Jewry since the fall, for 6th graders...but it’s really a story of migration (forced and voluntary). if I teach it again next year, I’ll change the title to ‘Jews On The Move’.
Thelma Bernstein
02:18:53
Thank you, Rachel, for a heartwarming meeting with these great writers.
Marvin Engel
02:19:48
have a nicw
Marvin Engel
02:20:06
e Purim Thank you
Carol Ducak
02:23:50
The best part of this session was the conversation between us and the brothers. Todah rabah.
diane allan
02:24:19
orothy—beautiful ring connection.
Harriet Wolpoff
02:25:01
Rachel--the poetry today was not only on the page--it was in the air.
Sarah Elpern
02:25:25
Dorothy, your comments about your parents were so touching. Thank you for sharing.
Shirley Cirlin
02:25:27
Absollutely = and their personalities become evident when they speak Hebrew. Shirley
stanleykay
02:27:20
Dorothy- so moving re your parent’s rings. How lucky to be your patient!
Shirley Cirlin
02:29:00
I too wear my parents' wedding rings but gave one up to my one son when he got married and who remenbered his grandfather. I still wear my mother's Shirley C
diane allan
02:29:08
very interesting food preparation tools. I’d like to know more about them.
stanleykay
02:31:42
I wear 2 rings we found, never saw Mom wear, but one engraved date Dad went into army in WWII. Platinum, more subtle than her engagement ring which no longer fit at end. that made into pendant for sis in law. sister wears both mom and grandma’s gold rings. Dad would never wear jewelry, that generation
Debra David
02:31:48
hakmesser or chopper of my paternal grandmother
Debra David
02:32:04
other item actual a ring-sizer from maternal grandfather
Debra David
02:34:15
Michal says she’s adopted Herzl as her honorary uncle
Bea Lieberman
02:35:09
I have a mortar and pestle from long ago family…
stanleykay
02:35:44
That happens in many country. French will laugh at foreigner’s pronunciation!
Varda Farber
02:35:57
I was a child immigrant in America. Had the same experiences.
stanleykay
02:36:09
Sleep already Rachel!
Shirley Cirlin
02:36:57
I was never made fum of when I lived in Israel and neither were my two young sons - made a big fuss of Shirley
Varda Farber
02:37:02
I also had mumbling teachers (I did not understand English)
Varda Farber
02:38:44
Thank you Rachel, Niri, Balfour and Herzl. This was wonderful!
Suzie Lampert
02:41:12
the sisterhood of the traveling necklace!!
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
02:42:55
a wonderful class...it’s really special to have the poets with us! Purim Sameach.
Sarah Elpern
02:43:37
Thank you for this wonderful class. Chag Purim Sameach.
Bea Lieberman
02:45:17
Thank you for another wonderful class that feeds the soul.
Suzie Lampert
02:46:23
So universal L’Dor v for! Thank you so much for sharing your artistry with us.
Barbara Taragan
02:47:32
A fantastic class. Thank you again. Hag Purim Sameah.
Elizabeth Pressman
02:47:56
Rachel,
Elizabeth Pressman
02:48:41
A very meaningful, moving class. Hag Purim Sameach!
marty stempel
02:49:22
Hag Sameach!