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The Musical Instruments of the Bible
A musical historian provides a "show-and-tell" of various types of musical instruments mentioned in the Bible.
Poetry of Yehoshua November
The poet talks about the unique challenges of being a Jewish poet.
The harp of King David had 7 strings, yet the harp of Moshiach will have eight.
We all struggle with our egos, our need for attention. To “make it” we try to stand out and be significant. Paradoxically, we experience tremendous joy and holiness when we can unite with our brothers and sisters. There are special times and ways of celeb...
Eliot Sovronsky is a videographer who was commissioned to film the Rebbe’s farbrengens in the 1970s. He was very pleased to hear that the Rebbe appreciated his concern for the Rebbetzin, the Rebbe’s wife, to be able to view the farbrengens on video.
In the late 1980s, Rabbi Shlomo Schwartz was a Chabad emissary in Los Angeles, California. He recalls having a great idea to pitch to producers in Hollywood. It was just after Rabbi Yitzchak Kogan got out of the Soviet Union, and writing a script about hi...
Individuals involved in the film-making business visit the Rebbe. The Rebbe encourages them to use their platform for good. (Collage)
Michael Tabor is an educator and musician. In 1970, as a student at the London School of Economics, he had an audience with the Rebbe. After a conversation with the Rebbe about music and the arts, he learned an important lesson that has remained with him ...
Torah is referred to as a beautiful song and melody.
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