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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Sharon Heim
48:03
Was Dina an actual person?
Ed Grossman
48:55
The US Federal Privacy Act was not enacted until 1974
Alan Carpien
54:55
"Has Anyone Seen My Gal!" Five-foot-two, eyes of blue. South Pacific
Rena Panush
55:50
A hundred and one pounds of fun, that’s my little Honey Bun. From South Pacific
marilynbernstein
56:48
Was she a real person?
Alan Carpien
57:37
Any way you look at it -- it is sexist. "There is Nothing Like a Dame." Rogers and Hammerstein
Sandra&David Bergman
01:01:05
I saw the film. It is humorous.
Susie Rodenstein
01:01:43
My husband and I just watched the film of this name again - We found it less humorous and more upsetting.
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:05:01
Such arrogance!!!
Rena Panush
01:05:22
What film did you just see, Susie?
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:05:33
I always hated the words of this song.
Susie Rodenstein
01:05:59
Zero Motivation, available on Netflix or Amazon Prime.
Susie Rodenstein
01:06:18
It's not a new film.
marilynbernstein
01:09:38
what was the outcome? What happened to the young girl
Elisheva Edelson
01:11:57
I love your singing Dganit. I love those very interesting piano chordim!
BinaPresser
01:12:51
great singing
Miriam Hoffman
01:12:52
Decant makes it so meaningful, the arguments are so well expressed by her beautiful singing! Loved it!
Jan Frisch
01:13:17
Beautiful reduction of the song.
Barbara Finkel
01:13:21
That was great!
edna janco
01:13:30
Dganit, your are the perfect singer for this amazing rendition of this …. no, no, no, song. toda, toda, toda
Miriam Hoffman
01:13:41
Wonderful singing! Thank you!
Rena Panush
01:15:49
I wonder what percentage of Rachel’s students are Ramahnikim.
Susie Rodenstein
01:16:53
I am as well - 2 summers at Ramah in the Berkshires.
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:18:06
Yael, that’s especially common in the army atmosphere here
A Ginsburg
01:19:30
I was in Ramah Canada from 1961 through 1963. Did anyone overlap with me?
edna janco
01:20:11
thanks Miriam, yes indeed. you are absolutely right. what did I think?
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:21:52
Quite common for kibbutz - like many closed communities - to try to hush such things up and/or deny, etc……
Moshe's iPad
01:24:54
When was this song written?
Moshe's iPad
01:27:38
Penultimate line should be Lu. Not Lo
Yael Gott
01:28:13
Gorgeous singing!
Jan Frisch
01:29:06
She is one of my favorite singers.
Ed Grossman
01:29:41
Moshe: Not clear--see penultimate line of 2nd verse and other verses...
BinaPresser
01:30:00
and excellent accompianist
Moshe's iPad
01:30:33
All should be lu
Lynn Geltman
01:31:08
I love her voice. She has a quality similar to Edith Piaf
Edy Parker
01:31:27
Just wonderful song and piano!! I loved it.
Marilyn Bernstein
01:31:44
Thank you Dganit Daddo You are very special performer!
Marilyn Bernstein
01:32:10
And thank you to your partner on the piano!
David Allan
01:32:27
very very beautiful performance--could not e improved one iota! lovely!!!!
Elizabeth Pressman
01:32:52
Dganit, think you for your wonderful singing and Yuval for his energetic playing piano
David Allan
01:34:22
The message is so poignant. How can anyone misunderstand, indeed!
Rena Panush
01:37:21
Did rachel mention date of composition?
Henry Cohen
01:41:51
what does frecha mean?
Rena Panush
01:42:34
Rachel said that it was a not so nice slang for a type of mizrachi woman.
nily
01:42:39
ofra was very young when she died! what a sham and waste---
Susie Rodenstein
01:45:25
Ayelet Tsabari makes reference to the Frecha Song in the story in her memoir, available in English, called “A Simple Girl.”
Susie Rodenstein
01:45:56
That's the name of the story.
Sarah Schachter
01:46:31
Wonderful voice and energy!
Susie Rodenstein
01:47:02
The Tsabari book is called The Art of Leaving
David Allan
01:49:34
Dganit I felt that this was more subtle. I would have liked you to be wilder. I would have like to hear your beautiful voice shriek!
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:51:07
Deganit you sounded just like Ofra…powerful and beautiful voice. With great piano accompaniment by Yuval
C tannen
01:55:01
It touches us all .Shabbat Shalom
Dganit Daddo
01:55:42
shabat shalom
Elisheva Edelson
01:55:55
Thank you so much Rachel!
yossepha ziv
01:56:01
Agree, Dganit does sound like OFRA!
Heather Silverman
01:56:03
Leaving to watch the hearings
Edy Parker
01:56:16
Great class, thank you!
David Allan
01:57:42
Rachel, Even Covid couldn't hold you down. So I am happy to see you today.
Rena Panush
02:00:21
Does anyone know what the controversy with Assaf Dayan and Ofra Hazza was specifically?
Rena Panush
02:02:11
Title 9, to years, can you believe?
Rena Panush
02:02:16
50
Chana (Ann Ellen) Dickter
02:03:39
Thanks - Too many Titles! That is what I meant. And women athletes still have poorer facilities, make much less ….
Joanne
02:04:03
I had to miss due to a rescheduled appt. clearly this is a session I need to listen to the recording!
Jan Yaffe
02:04:25
todah Rabah Rachel!
David Allan
02:06:29
Unless women earn as much as men, they will need to use their sexuality and objectify themselves,
Rena Panush
02:07:19
50 years ago!!!!! Title 9
David Allan
02:16:08
Music, rhythm can hypnotize us and we definitely must be alert of the subliminal messages being sent to our other senses along with the obvious message. Thank you for this class!
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
02:24:04
Thanks Rachel! Shabbat shalom to all
Ed Grossman
02:24:09
L'hit...
Cynthia Kravitz
02:24:12
Shabbat Shalom all!
Sheldon & Harriet
02:24:13
Stay well Rachel, and todah rabah!