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Zemer of the Week
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Teaching zemirot, spreading the middot, one song, one week at a time. "Zemer of the Week" is a podcast hosted by David Rosenwein and Jon Hornstein, teaching zemirot -- traditional Jewish songs in Hebrew and occasionally Yiddish or Aramaic. Weekly, topical dvars (a short word of Torah) also follow up each zemer.
 
Në këtë ligjëratë hoxha i nderuar flet rreth realitetit të adhurimit me zemër si dhe rëndësisë së përkujdesjes për veprat e zemrës.
 
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Michael DeMers
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Michael has a passion for an entrepreneur lifestyle through start ups and real estate! Now active @ Fresh Homes Real Estate Redding Ca
 
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www.QuestingTheUnknown.comYou walk the path until the path becomes you and then you are it.You search out freedom and nothing comes.You go on journeys and nothing comes because it’s everything and nothing.You are an existential question unraveling and destroying itself, an incessant movement toward what already is.You are Questing The Unknown...
 
Gesa Ziemer - COMPLICITY A COLLECTIVE ACTION IN ARTS AND DAILY LIFEThuesday, February, 9th, 2010 at 7.00 p.m.Cankarjev dom, M1Complices are partners that jointly decide to plan and execute a crime. Yet complicities are also a legal practice among artists, entrepreneurs and scientists. Complicity is a temporary and yet obliging and intensive form of collaboration. Using images and texts, this contribution calls for an artistic mode of research in which dance, music, business and science are t ...
 
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Imagine if you will, a little girl growing up on a kibbutz in Israel who now travels the world - her suitcase filled with tiny hammers and shards of colorful ceramics. Well, no need to imagine because I've got her on the podcast! Zemer Peled is my guest.
 
This episode of The Promised Podcast is sponsored by: The Dreyfus Affair Apr 27 — May 7, 2017 Special pricing for listeners Visit RomanticCentury.org and use code 68857 Or call 718-636-4100 and mention code 68857 Allison, Noah and Don observe Memorial Day and celebrate Independence Day by discussing three topics of incomparable importance and e ...…
 
In the world of gritty cable dramas, Alexander ‘Tig’ Trager from Sons of Anarchy was always a bit of an anomaly. He was a remorseless killer who did whatever needed to be done for his club, but at the same time, Tig was an eccentric pansexual who often subverted and challenged the macho culture he was a part of. Since the show ended in 2014, Ki ...…
 
Zemer Historian Chaim Frenkel is getting hitched to Tova Safier, and he's slinging the wedding tunes on this ZOW comeback.
 
Have you been going through a tough season in your life? Difficult times in a frightening world can leave us feeling alone, forgotten, and even struggling to hang on to our faith. Jonathan Bernis has great news for you! God is committed to you. He has a plan just for you, a unique destiny for your life. This week, Jonathan teaches God’s encoura ...…
 
Have you been going through a tough season in your life? Difficult times in a frightening world can leave us feeling alone, forgotten, and even struggling to hang on to our faith. Jonathan Bernis has great news for you! God is committed to you. He has a plan just for you, a unique destiny for your life. This week, Jonathan teaches God’s encoura ...…
 
Have you been going through a tough season in your life? Difficult times in a frightening world can leave us feeling alone, forgotten, and even struggling to hang on to our faith. Jonathan Bernis has great news for you! God is committed to you. He has a plan just for you, a unique destiny for your life. This week, Jonathan teaches God’s encoura ...…
 
Have you been going through a tough season in your life? Difficult times in a frightening world can leave us feeling alone, forgotten, and even struggling to hang on to our faith. Jonathan Bernis has great news for you! God is committed to you. He has a plan just for you, a unique destiny for your life. This week, Jonathan teaches God’s encoura ...…
 
Jon and David approach the end of the Shabbat meal, with a song of ascents (Shir Hamaalot)
 
Tyler Dratch, Bible major from the Jewish Theological Seminary, brings us a communal zemer: Tov L'Hodot Lashem
 
Jon and David bring on a ZOW family member, Meirav Ong, to teach one of her family's staples: Yom Zeh Israel
 
Dasi Fruchter takes us on a true Shabbat journey, replete with Torah, learning, and a beautiful and haunting zemer.
 
Rebecca Blady joins Jon and David on the show to teach us a thing or two about family tradition.
 
“Lahuta” është një enciklopedi e heroikës popullore të maleve tona: aty ka jo vetëm luftë e vdekje për atdhe, jo vetëm këngë për trimëritë e merituara e të kryera “jo për të grabitë të bijën e krajlit, as për të çetue në Krajli, por për të lirue nga prangat e robnisë shumëshekullore vendin e vet”, po edhe urti e mençuri, mendje e zemër, jetë dh ...…
 
We have our first Sephardi guest, Daniel Berdugo, to teach us our first Sephardi zemer: Ashorer Shira.LYRICS: Ashorer shira likhvod haTorah. Mipaz yeqara, zakka uvara. Nittena lanu `al yad ro`enu (x2) Moshe rabbenu behir ha'umma. Ashrei hagever `al yitzro gover (x2) Meysharim dover boher baTorah. Rabba ne`ima tora temima (x2) Peti mahkima `ayin ...…
 
Old time listener Joseph Eskin joins the boys for a little lesson on Kiddush.
 
Lior Melnick, a seasoned accappella guru, joins Jon and David to teach Eishet Chayil!
 
Season 2 kicks off with a special guest: the Orthobox (aka Josh Leviton), helping the boys teach Shalom Aleichem!
 
2015 comes to a close, as does season #1 of ZOW. The boys reflect and give a sneak peak to what's ahead.
 
Chanukah has ended; the boys work off some of those calories from all those latkes and sufganyot.
 
In honor of our host Jon's birthday, he shares his rap talents with the listnership.
 
#12 Gentlemen from the world renowned Schmacapella share a Chanukah zemer with Jon and David.
 
#11 Jon and David take a moment to reflect on Thanksgiving and teach a simple and beautiful zemer.
 
#10 Jon and David are joined by Kol HaKavod -- an a cappella group at The University of Michigan -- for a special musical treat.
 
#9 All the way from our alma mater in Ann Arbor, Ben Freed gets on the horn to teach us Od yavo shalom aleinu. GO BLUE!
 
#8 Koach throwback, we're in North Carolina baby!
 
#7 Jon is feeling a bit under the weather this week, but David steps up to teach "Ki Eshmera Shabbat".
 
#6 On this week's episode, Becky Rubin from NYC teaches us a round that you'll be sure to want to sing; at the Shabbos table or around the campfire.
 
#5: In light of a few dark weeks in and around Israel, Jon and David bring in a special guest Eli Witkin, teaching us a melody to help aid the soul.
 
We are going through some yamim meshugaim - "crazy days" - in Israel at the moment, so let's talk about how we drive someone crazy in Hebrew (something we cook to perfection!). We promise a special sanity episode once things get back to normal. New words & expressions: Yamim meshugaim – Crazy days – ימים משוגעים Meshuga – Crazy – משוגע Pgu'a ne ...…
 
#4: We catch up with our hosts, hear about how Simchat Torah was, and (most importantly) Hornstein teaches all about Yom Zeh Mechubad.
 
Teaching zemirot, spreading the middot, one song, one week at a time. "Zemer of the Week" is a podcast hosted by David Rosenwein and Jon Hornstein, teaching zemirot -- traditional Jewish songs in Hebrew and occasionally Yiddish or Aramaic. Weekly, topical dvars (a short word of Torah) also follow up each zemer.…
 
Teaching zemirot, spreading the middot, one song, one week at a time. "Zemer of the Week" is a podcast hosted by David Rosenwein and Jon Hornstein, teaching zemirot -- traditional Jewish songs in Hebrew and occasionally Yiddish or Aramaic. Weekly, topical dvars (a short word of Torah) also follow up each zemer.…
 
Teaching zemirot, spreading the middot, one song, one week at a time. "Zemer of the Week" is a podcast hosted by David Rosenwein and Jon Hornstein, teaching zemirot -- traditional Jewish songs in Hebrew and occasionally Yiddish or Aramaic. Weekly, topical dvars (a short word of Torah) also follow up each zemer.…
 
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