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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Denah S Bookstein
32:13
you got cut off!
C tannen
36:07
touche
edith paller
39:17
A few years ago I went to Rachel's tomb with my daughter and granddaughter, who live in Tsfat nearby. Nechama, my daughter, brought her flute and played the songs of Rachel's poems. A very moving experience. Your talented musicians brought back the memories. Thank you.
Suzie Lampert
39:46
Beautiful!
Ayala Weinberg
39:56
wonderful toda
corneliamarco
39:57
Beautiful! Thank you so much for your music!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
40:02
Beautiful! Thank you!
judyhurvitz
41:05
Your music is a perfect fit for Rachel’s poetry.
Ed Grossman
48:29
How much Hebrew did she learn before making Aliyah?
Fredi
49:39
Rachel lived on Rechov Haneviim in Jerusalem. there is a plaque
Michael Thorner
52:18
Heather, sensitively read.
A Ginsburg
55:14
A mosaic of broken pieces
lib sher
56:16
is that "here it was that nothing was"?
Lynnie Mirvis
57:26
Sea totally confused me—drink salt water?
Lynnie Mirvis
57:34
lake works
lib sher
57:56
maybe emotionally fill
Mitch Slomiak
01:01:26
Water is often a symbol for our emotional aspects. This is an image of drinking in the emotional depths which were previously fragmented.
Barbara Green
01:04:05
In what kind of publications did she publish her poetry in real time?
Michael Thorner
01:06:40
Where does the biblical quotation at the top of the screen come from?
Michael Bohnen
01:07:14
Isaiah 3:16
rheadorn
01:14:22
False modesty
A Ginsburg
01:14:58
Ancient Roman rhetorical device - Praeteritio is a rhetorical term for the argumentative strategy of calling attention to a point by seeming to disregard it. Also spelled preteritio. Praeteritio, also known as occultatio ("gossip's trope"), is virtually identical to apophasis and paralepsis.
Lynnie Mirvis
01:16:07
a silent tear
Denah S Bookstein
01:27:33
info re musicians
Mj Levison
01:29:32
she predicted the Korona Quarantine in this song! in the 3rd line in Hebrew
Suzie Lampert
01:29:47
so lovely
Barbara Taragan
01:30:02
Beautiful
Frona Kahn
01:31:01
brings back erev shira in yehuda hatziar
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:36:32
Is that book available in English?
Denah S Bookstein
01:38:37
names / recordings ?
רותי
01:39:40
לדוברי העברית:
Linda Henry Goodman
01:39:52
Kehilat YOZMA, the Reform congregation in Modiin, uses this melody for Lecha Dodi. Really beautiful.
רותי
01:40:15
ים ביני ובינֵך נורית גרץ
Adrienne Dodi
01:41:19
Thanks
Susan Boer
01:42:49
BEAUTIFUL. Thank you!
Gail's iphone4105043416
01:43:13
bravo! beautiful music
Suzie Lampert
01:43:15
so moving!
Rochelle's iPad (2)
01:43:27
Thank you so much
Joan Borkow
01:43:33
So much beautiful music. Today rabah
Dorothea Dorenz
01:43:43
very moving. /thanks for this wonderful lesson by Rachel on Rachel.
Leah Golberstein
01:43:51
Thank you!
Jeffrey Tigay
01:44:01
so beautiful!
Joan Borkow
01:44:08
Todah!
Denah S Bookstein
01:44:41
lovely melodic and soothing
Asaf Rabi
01:45:42
Thank you so much!
Mitch Slomiak
01:45:49
Todah Rabbah!
lKozin
01:45:50
Thank you for a lovely session.
Linda Henry Goodman
01:45:50
Thank you for a beautiful session...…...
Julia Gilden
01:45:52
Thank you for another magical session.
Adrienne Dodi
01:45:54
Thank you for a wonderful class!
Edy Parker
01:46:08
Thank you! Lovely class.
wendy fielding
01:46:09
Thank you Rachel, that was wonderful
Frona Kahn
01:46:10
Rachel, such a lovely and inspiring session.
Asaf Rabi
01:46:12
Heydad3@gmail.com Eldad Tamir www.asafrabi.com
Missy
01:46:48
Beautiful music! Thank you for such an informative, inspiring and thought-provoking session.
Asaf Rabi
01:46:58
Pleasure playing for you, thank you very much
Mj Levison
01:47:02
was the Day of Tidings ironic?
Vicky
01:47:24
Thanks again for your wonderful class, Rachel. Love musical randitions.
Varda Farber
01:47:41
Thank you Rachel. Love the way you explain the poetry.
sharon schanzer
01:47:48
never realized that I do Israeli dances to kinneret and Zemer nogah
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:49:01
Ya’asher Kochech! A master class: ‘Rachel on Rachel’
Marilyn Bernstein
01:50:23
Thank you Rachel for a wonderful session- Marilyn Bernstein
Marvin Engel
01:51:55
thank you so much
murad
01:54:29
I sent you by email 2 photos "of" Rahel.
Joanne
01:54:57
My mother’s Hebrew name Rachel Leah- her brother always lovingly called her that, rather than Roslyn Lois
Elisabeth Shapiro’s iPad
01:57:37
beit Hansen in Jerusalem near theTheater...now a beautiful arts center.
murad
01:58:45
Photos of where Rahel is buried. Murad
Joanne
01:59:31
Like recent Yorker Article by Ann Patchett with photo of her 3 fathers
Joanne
02:03:47
But it’s still cruel! did they help her to find care or a home?
Joanne
02:06:03
Transaltion of words?
Ed Grossman
02:09:15
Does Rachel overlap at all with Leah Goldberg?
Harriet and Sheldon Wolpoff
02:22:51
Your students tomorrow are very lucky to study study with you. Have a great break-out day! Very special class today.
Sarah Elpern
02:23:26
Rachel, Enjoy but stay safe!
Paul and Mazal Nisner
02:24:10
thank you for the lesson, and have a fantastic day tomorrow
Denah S Bookstein
02:24:25
a beautiful meeting