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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
iPad (106)Helene Rosenberg
31:47
it works
Ed Grossman
32:26
korazim@gmail.com
Carol Ducak
42:42
beautiful music
diane allan
43:05
2 Outstanding musicians! Wha range!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
43:26
Beautiful and evocative music soulful! Thank you
Annabel Lindenbaum
45:32
Interesting combination
Annabel Lindenbaum
45:39
Beautiful
diane allan
46:11
unusual blnd of cassial an jazz
Dorothea Dorenz
46:16
Original and creative rendition!!!
diane allan
46:43
blend of Classical and jazz
rhea dorn
46:53
This has soothed my heart. Thank You
judyhurvitz
46:59
Stunning! Thank you
Varda Farber
47:02
Very creative and beautiful composition.
Ayala Weinberg
47:03
so so lovely
Leslie Schaeffer
47:27
So lovely!
Mark Elber
01:00:37
My mother told me "whistling is not Jewish."
Lynnie Mirvis
01:00:58
learned you couldn’t whistle on Shabbos
Steven Broder
01:01:31
When I whistled my father would say, "A goy whistles in the street."
stanleykay
01:01:53
From altercation with brother, I hit face on a door, and for 4 years I had no 4 front teeth. I have never been able to whistle!
Miriam's iPad
01:04:30
a kindergarten teacher should have known better
Dorothea Dorenz
01:05:31
Are these pictures of her actual handiwork? If so, it’s terrific handiwork!
Varda Farber
01:05:37
" not ladylike"
Denah S. Bookstein
01:06:34
whistling attracts attention. something a young woman mustn’t do ie draw the male gaze
muriel wolf
01:07:22
How sad no sensitivity of this mother
Dan
01:07:40
Should she have written “lamadti letzaftzef al hakol bekalut, rather than lishrok
muriel wolf
01:08:29
Above message Muriel wolf Insensitive mother
A Ginsburg
01:09:29
Yes the pin is there, but the pin is sharp, not the soft breast of a mother.
Denah S. Bookstein
01:10:35
We don’t remember what someone did, we remember how they made us feel.
Lynnie Mirvis
01:10:46
she did the best she could
Lynnie Mirvis
01:10:52
both
Prue Thorner
01:12:11
When was this poem written?
Aviva iPad
01:12:56
very painful but mother too was traumatized. both so sad
Sheldon Dorph
01:14:02
pain creates poetry
stanleykay
01:14:20
A lot of families have such issues, often re “preference” for one child v. other
Annabel Lindenbaum
01:15:20
Some never leave
Denah S. Bookstein
01:16:08
You understand, but the hurt resides within
Debra David
01:16:19
This sort of recall is the poet’s domain - the sharp edges of memory
Mark Elber
01:18:14
Hamutal's sensitivity facilitates her ability to write these powerful poems. Like Rilke said he was afraid that if his demons were exorcised, his angels would be exorcised too.
Karin Adelman
01:18:26
Thank you for such a rich, beautiful performance.
Aviva Landa
01:18:32
gorgeous music - Thank you!
muriel wolf
01:19:24
wonderful music Muriel wolf
Sandra Rosenblum
01:19:47
Such wonderful music! Thank you!!
Dorothea Dorenz
01:20:30
I didn’t catch the name of this piece: anyone got it?
Miriam Seelig
01:20:50
Beautiful Music Thank you so much!
Florence Brodkey
01:21:30
Bethoven sonata for cello and piano
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:21:35
memory can coexist with forgiveness
Barbara Braverman
01:22:27
No matter how hard she tried, she could not make her mother happy
Dan
01:22:37
Thanks for the lovely performance !
Leonie Kramer
01:22:48
BRAVO!!!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:22:53
Thank you so much!
Florence Brodkey
01:22:57
You can forgive without forgetting
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:23:04
WOW!
Linda Kozin
01:23:06
marvelous!!!!
Jan Frisch
01:23:13
Beautiful Beethoven!
Edy Parker
01:23:18
A wonderful piece and you sounded lovely together!!
Mona Fishbane
01:23:19
The music is so beautiful, so soothing after the exquisite pain of Hamutal’s poem
Leslie Schaeffer
01:23:35
Magnificent! From Denver!
Denah S. Bookstein
01:23:38
Beautiful ! Thank you Jacqueline and Daniel !🎶💕
Elisabeth Shapiro’s iPad
01:23:41
absolutely riveting interpretation of a beautiful composition! BRAVISSIMO!
Barbara Marcum
01:23:52
Bravo!
judyhurvitz
01:23:55
Perfect music for this moment!
Gail's iphone4105043416
01:24:18
please write the name of the Beethoven piece you played
Peter
01:24:25
What a privilege to hear such wonderful musicians.
Henry Cohen
01:24:25
Gorgeous music Another fabulous class Thank you
Elizabeth Pressman
01:24:43
Such wonderful playing!
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:24:46
Wonderful selection! and a beautiful interpretation.
Jinny Sagorin
01:25:05
This is all so wonderful.
Jacqueline Fay
01:25:40
www.danielschwarzwald.com
Jacqueline Fay
01:25:44
jacquelinebfay@gmail.com
Jacqueline Fay
01:26:02
dbschwarzwald@gmail.com
Susan Miron
01:26:08
JINNY! You’re in my class?!!!
Jacqueline Fay
01:26:35
that was the scherzo from beethoven’s a major sonata
Sheldon Dorph
01:32:34
is this her memory of her own father’s loss?
A Ginsburg
01:34:43
Like a tallit Katan
Taibel
01:36:47
both
Cristyne Porile
01:38:14
Were her parents aware of this at the time?
Dorothea Dorenz
01:38:22
I just read an Israeli book about a soldier who goes into the army and wants to commit suicide: its call “The Drive”. There are people who are not suited to be in the army for many reasons.
Dorothea Dorenz
01:40:53
What year was this poem written?
Ed Grossman
01:41:11
1971-1984
Taibel
01:50:01
short bio in English, other than the emerita / emeritus difference, how accomplished in terms of scholarship in translation, https://www.ithl.org.il/page_13508
Sheldon Dorph
01:50:15
from the screeching of the oil pump to the beauty of the flute
Varda Farber
01:52:44
Thank you. shbbat Shalom
Jinny Sagorin
01:53:09
Thank you so much!
Miriam's iPad
01:54:54
like not catching the evil eye
stanleykay
01:55:25
Very typical, and now there is tendency to say “all kids above average!”
Denah S. Bookstein
01:56:13
Don’t attract the attention of the “ evil eye.”
Annabel Lindenbaum
01:56:37
You were “expected” to succeed. No need to laud your accomplishments.
Ed Grossman
01:57:03
Sibling rivalry also can feed into this and you don't forget it..
iPad (5)harriet
01:57:12
is it also possible that we remember the pain and hurt while the positive is taken for granted
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:57:20
there’s a saying in Hebrew.....I think from the Talmud.....אין אומרים שבחו של אדם בפניו
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:58:02
eng translation- one shouldn’t praise someone in his/her presence
Elaine H
01:58:45
1971-1972 I learned how to use a Sir Pelah while living in Israel.
Taibel
01:58:59
tommy raskin z''l
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:59:53
I have a friend who still uses the Wonder Pot....she says her cakes come out better. of course she also bakes in the oven
Leslie Schaeffer
02:03:04
Shabbat Shalom and thank you again for a great class and amazing music.
Etty
02:07:20
Suzzane Levin I am sending you a big hug.
harriet
02:07:45
no matter how old we are, we are still looking for and needing affirmation, approval and praise from our parents
muriel wolf
02:09:31
suzanne, we all feel for your sadness and yes, it was verbal abuse. something that, as a pediatrician, I have observed on many occasions.
muriel wolf
02:09:53
Avove by Muriel wolf
Sharon Heim
02:10:22
as a skinny kid, I was told that I should eat more!
stanleykay
02:11:02
I guess at some point we all have to “forgive our parents” and hope our kids do the same for things we have no idea we are saying that are harmful, and be resilient and go on! Not always easy to do!!!
Bonniekossoff
02:11:04
Toda raba. Emotionally hard class. Shabbat shalom
stanleykay
02:11:30
Sharon- I’d very much like to be as slim as you!!!!!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:13:54
Wonderful class! Thank you again Rachel,
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
02:14:42
https://www.amazon.com/ISRESILIENCE-What-Israelis-Teach-World/dp/9657023467
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
02:15:00
a book that came out in November
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
02:15:59
Shabbat Shalom all! Grandchild needs my attention L’hitraot
Elaine H
02:17:23
The dorm I was in made a whole cook book with recipes for the Sir Pelah.
Linda Kozin
02:19:22
Thank you..it was a powerful session. Shabbat Shalom .
Suzanne Levin
02:25:50
Thank you all who privately and openly expressed support, acknowledgement and personal experiences with me.
Elizabeth Pressman
02:26:26
Shabbat Shalom! Be Happy it’s Adar!
Suzanne Levin
02:28:54
Shabbat Shalom, I have a book club, gotta go.
Sue
02:30:23
Thank you for yet another moving and strong session.
Debra David
02:37:54
translation of mashpiah?
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
02:40:15
another great class! Todah, Rachel.
Harriet Wolpoff
02:41:21
Thank you. Another session to remember!
Taibel
02:41:51
can't open this link somehow, description tellin,Hamutal Bar-Yosef | Azure - Ideas for the Jewish Nationazure.org.il › authorsHamutal Bar-Yosef. A Culture of Endless Mourning Israel's preoccupation with grief is in stark contrast to Jewish tradition. Summer 5768 / 2008, no. 33.
Sarah Elpern
02:42:10
Thank you for a wonderful class! Shabbat Shalom.
Ed Grossman
02:43:36
Rhoada also has hand up.
Taibel
02:46:15
we can see it
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
02:46:44
I remember making a pin cushion for m6 mother for Mother’s Day. I was about 8
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
02:47:01
she liked it! used it till the end
Barbara Taragan
02:47:17
Shabbat shalom v’todah
Taibel
02:47:26
good Shabbos in advance, big one coming up