Israeli Literature with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Hi Mitch, Randy, Barbara, Rayden... and everyone
Hi Elizabeth….wonderful to have you with us!
Denah S Bookstein
some of the Hebrew and English texts are cut off or overlaid !
a great NorCal contingent
I was very excited that today we are studying with you again Rachel!
I will be happy to read.
but we don't SEE YOU
go for it Rachel
Would anyone like to share a sponsorship with me for the Corona theme? If so, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you. Sarah
YEAH! And she did
go for it
Gal, that was beautiful!
wow wonderful music and musicianship!!! THanks!
Yes, thank you Gal!
Thank you very much, Gal!
Linda Henry Goodman
What a great way to start the program :)
Wonderful! Thank you Gal!
Very lovely. What is the name of the piece? Are you on YouTube, Gal?
my pleasure :) thanksyou can get more details here www.galklein.com
Well done Gal! Asaf Rabi, music coordinator: email@example.com
do check out his site - I did it before the session and he is quite an interesting guy
Rabbi Moses invited me to join your class. He speaks so highly of you. I can only stay for about 20 minutes today but look forward to coming back on Thursday. Many heartfelt thanks. Taliah Sarah
Today, the news is remembering 15 years of the disengagement from Gaza.
Welcome back, Stewart. It's always a pleasure to listen to your readings!
Moshe at the Burning Bush
what chapter in Ezodus please?
chapter 28 Exodus
It should be 'lying' down - not 'laying'
Was Kaplun a soldier posted in Yamit during the evacuation? Was and he living there? How did he come to be there?
'none of know' should have been 'none of US know'
Linda Henry Goodman
Reminiscent of Lamentations.
pour fury....from Haggadah- pour out your wrath
Only in the English translation. The two Hebrew words do NOT match the Haggadah.
I was in Di Zahav--on the Red Sea side--while the Sinai phased transfer was occurring. It was a hippy colony and some wanted to stay there in spite of the transfer. Somewhat surreal.
what should the word be for coughing in the translation of the 11 th stanza?
we tried that in Gaza
Is there an Egyptian town at the Yamit site now?
like what they left in Gaza when evacuated?
Please remain muted. Thanks.
many buildings and tomato farms left and Palestinians burned it all down
and justly so..
"justly so" refers to the Bedouins returning to their land from which Moshe Dayan evacuated them
Many of us living in Israel felt it would not be a worthwhile sacrifice, but we were wrong. It did lead to an extended peace with Egypt, which has been a been a tremendous blessing.
Meaning of title?
for all ofthese
what year did Naomi schemer write this song?
Please mute yourselves
very beautiful and touching
alwaya makes me cry.
Check out this video on YouTube:https://youtu.be/oxzR9Z-kG6QCheck out.....
how many years was YAmit in existence?
please ask everyone to mute THanks!
Gal's sound was much better from the other room
for the wonks here, you can look of Google maps to find where Yamit was: 31 degrees 16 minutes 32 seconds North; 34 degrees 10 minutes 2 seconds East.
sorry it’s the victors who salt the fields of vanquished, to curse re-habitation.
sorry for that friends, thanks Mel
The song was composed on 1980
Todah, Gal. Beautifully done.
Location of Yamit on Google Maps: 31° 16′ 32″ N, 34° 10′ 2″ EThe Buildings are gone — only a sandy remains. But You can still see the tree groves.
Gal, very special, thank you. Created the moment for us.
Rochelle's iPad (2)
Just beautiful- thank you
thank you- wonderful class and music
tnk you Rachel as always -goodbye from my bit of London Thank you Gal kol hakovod
Gal—thank you for your beautiful music. It truly enriched our studies today
Thank you so much, Rachel and Gal. This lesson was quite illuminating and I love the way it was lifted up by the music shared by Gal.
Are you able to play w with others during cover? are you in Klezmer band?
Thank you Gal. Wonderful.
Also, thank you Stuart for your gracious reading
Gail Levine and Bob Fried
Thank you. Rachel and Gal. Beautiful! -Gail Levine
Thank you Rachel and Gal for this wonderful class.
AS always, thanks to Rachel for another class full of new insights (for me). Gal's playing was great, too!
Toby and Flo
Thanks for a wonderful class. Appreciate Rachel and Gal
Thank you Rachel for inviting musicians. We all benefit from having them perform for us!
Thank you Rachel, Gal and Stuart! So good to have you back!
Hey Friends - I'm availale here - firstname.lastname@example.org | www.galklein.com
There’a KLez California too. I wills end information by email to Gal
Gal, what is a name of your CD?
it depends on your internet
It didn't break up for me. When there are many it's harder.
The music is a wonderful opportunity to get a feeling of a private concert even if the audio quality is not the best.
The music came through beautifully for me
Most interruptions are interference from someone else's mic being open.
I heard it beautifully
Was fine from my computer.
I think it also has something to dowith reception and broadwith
I thought it was wonderful! I didn't notice anything breaking up. Thank you Rachel!
It sounded good to me. The problem on Zoom is when musicians play together from different places.
Sometimes you need to make sure you check "original sound" on your screen to improve music.
Gal's music was wonderful. Keep the music coming!
We heard the music very well.
It would be helpful if people would stop their video so that the quality might be better!!
The music is wonderful! No disappointment at all. Thank you.
How old is the baby?
Denah S Bookstein
it’s OK we can fill in the vnotes! Better we support the musicians !,
Gal, what is the name oof a CD on Apple Music?
well, search for the following in YouTube / Apple music:Ramzailech - a very hardcore klezmer band, listen to it only if you're up fo wild party :)Di Gasn Trio - my traditional klezmer band,all of my music (well, 90% of the repertoire) is an original compositions of me and my musicians friend.
Musicians have same problem here in the States, since all concert tours are cancelled. Many are doing 'house concerts' on their website and/or YouTube, and ask for donations to help buy food and pay the rent.. If you have a favorite group in the US or in Israel, Goggle to their website and see if they have a virtual concert scheduled, or if a recording of a recent concert is available.
Rachel--you continue as an inspiration.
I’m loving this. Love the poetry/song analysis, love the music, love the local lore. Thankyou so much! Julie in Berkeley
To have music for classes about shirim - poems and songs- is wonderful. Todah rabah
Rachel: Do you have experiences about the Sinai evacuation for the Red sea resorts as that was phased in (from Sharm north)?
My husband uses the microphone and it really does help
here is a little present to you - a record of the online festival I had two weeks ago:My NIGGUNIM project - https://youtu.be/tOWdY11-KtwMy Di Gasn Trio international quartet :)https://youtu.be/VVKSX2QM4AgI'm aware of technic issues, usually i'm in my home studios, I'll search for a proper usb solution!Thanks for your time everyone, Shalomthanks :)
Rachel: Wasn't the experience of the Red Sea evacuation quite different from the Yamit evacuation--in that the transition was a smoother one? Did snorkeling at Di Zahav--lovely.
Thank you very much!
Thank you very much for an interesting experience!
But there have been murders in the Sinai. I gather the is far from where you visit?