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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Gail Levine
45:47
Beautyiful ouyd playting-Gail Levine
Suzie Lampert
46:58
Wonderful! Thank you!
Dorothea Dorenz
47:11
Did the old player write the piece?
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
47:18
So Enjoyable!! Thank you!
Joan Borkow
47:44
Enjoyed listening and watching
Sarah Schachter
47:51
Thank you so much! Wonderful music. The oud has a beautiful sound.
Ayala Weinberg
48:23
shalom Asaf & Gilad.. toda
Ed Grossman
50:27
when was the poem written/published?
Alan Carpien
54:44
A joint reading in Arad. footnote
Sarah Schachter
55:26
I lived in
Sarah Schachter
55:56
Arad from July-Dec. 1983
Mj Levison
57:25
isn’t gedulat hadiber translated better as the greatness of the SPEAKER not of the WORD?
Mj Levison
01:05:39
this poem is not in the source sheets. could you send it out?
Marjorie Gann
01:06:13
It's on p. 8 of the source sheets
Mj Levison
01:08:49
thanks
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:10:21
diber means something spoken. (speaker would be medaber) the Hebrew word for a single commandment of the ten (called Aderet hadibrot in Heb) is diber
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:10:36
aseret
A Ginsburg
01:11:40
This poem could be an anthem, an inspiration, for Americans today. We have to rebuild. To make room for democracy and humanism.
stanleykay
01:13:17
Amen Alix, but is it possible?
A Ginsburg
01:14:18
We're never assured of success but we must try.
Gail's iphone4105043416
01:28:23
wonderful music! what do the words mean?
Elizabeth Pressman
01:28:43
Thank you for giving us a taste of the kind of music that Erez Biton must have heard in his home.
Ayala Weinberg
01:29:35
fantastic
htigay
01:29:41
Beautiful! Thank you.
Denah S Bookstein
01:29:48
wonderful. ! recordings ?
Edy Parker
01:29:51
Absolutely beautiful, thank you so much!
Mona Fishbane
01:29:53
This music is amazing! Thank you!!
Gail's iphone4105043416
01:30:21
thank you
Sharon Heim
01:30:33
from the paragraph before El Adon in Shabbat Shacharit
sharlene Finkel
01:31:01
loved it!
Tali Ann Katz
01:33:12
My friend Rina Hod has done this in Tel Aviv
Joel Kuperberg
01:33:12
how can we purchase his music?
Michal
01:35:29
Bravo!!
muriel wolf
01:35:47
wonderful music muriel wolf
Ayala Weinberg
01:35:56
name of the songs bevakasha
Geula Hebron
01:36:42
Thank You so much. Shabbat Shalom.
rheadorn
01:37:41
In the United States we have the myth of the “Welfare Mom”.
Linda Henry Goodman
01:40:12
Asaf, could you give us your contact info? Wonderful music today. Many thanks to you both.
A Ginsburg
01:47:04
The poem is also about the transition from youth and vigor to advanced age and loss of beauty and voice.
Asaf Rabi
01:48:35
Gilad Hazan's Album: https://giladhazanofficial.bandcamp.com/releases
Asaf Rabi
01:49:07
giladhazan7@gmail.com
elizabeth caplun
01:49:12
This is a powerful poem, as we are witnessing immigrants denigrated and belittled in this country.
Asaf Rabi
01:50:00
Asaf Rabi rabassaf@gmail.com
Asaf Rabi
01:50:08
asafrabi.com
Asaf Rabi
01:53:30
Thank you dear friends for the very kind words, we are very happy to play in this forum.
Linda Henry Goodman
01:54:02
Thank you Rachel and Shabbat Shalom to all. Let's pray for a resolution to the chaos and peace of mind.
Nancy Kaplan
01:54:54
Fascinating as always!
Mona Fishbane
01:54:59
Thank you for another great class! Shabbat Shalom :)
Suzie Lampert
01:55:09
Amen and thanks again for wonderful class. Shabbat Shalom
Gail's iphone4105043416
01:55:09
wonderful class. thank you!
Sarah Elpern
01:55:26
Thank you for a great session! Wonderful music and wonderful poetry!
Leonie Kramer
01:55:34
Shabbat Shalom and thank you, Rachel, Asaf and Gilad!
Asaf Rabi
01:55:38
Shabat Shalom
Sarah Schachter
01:56:00
Wonderful class and music. Toda raba and Shabbat shalom!
Harriet and Sheldon Wolpoff
01:56:04
Todah rabah Rachel. Your classes were more essential than ever this week.
Varda Farber
01:56:05
Thank you. It is wonderful to be introduced to Mizrachi poetry.
Edy Parker
01:56:13
Thank you for the wonderful class! It’s so inspiring and combining with music is great. Shabbat shalom!
elizabeth caplun
01:56:31
https://youtu.be/Dt6r36nNrNs
elizabeth caplun
01:57:07
link to Bitton reading Zohara El Fassia
orit shuster
01:57:08
thank u very much for the lesson as always you are putting magic in it
Sandra Bergman
01:57:49
This is so wonderful! I love the music and learning about a Mizrachi poet I wasn't familiar with. His poems are so moving. Shabbat Shalom Sandra
Denah S Bookstein
02:04:20
Mizrachi culture was disdained. Zohara was a great Artist, not a generic dancer.
Ed Grossman
02:11:29
Immigrants who come as refugees--fleeing--start wherever they can; others come as students or professionals and are at their height...
Ed Grossman
02:17:28
When did Biton begin to speak out for the Mizrachim?
Joanne
02:22:50
How old was he when his family made aliyah?
Joanne
02:24:07
Ed, interesting comment immigrants v. students/professionals
Joanne
02:25:40
Even moving to Boston -“regular” coffee does not have sugar and milk!
efrocks
02:25:51
aman
Ed Grossman
02:26:10
Rachel on Rachel
Aviva Lev-Ari
02:26:17
Shabbat Shalom, Aviva