Sandy Hirsch showed me how to really explore the meaning of the words, how to find my authentic voice and how to project to a large group of people, some of whom have hearing issues. Ann Kenrick, Master of The Charterhouse.
Iosif Lakhman z"l - Photo: Iosif Lakhman, known in Yiddish as Yosef, or often by his nickname Yoske, was born in the Ukrainian shtetl Dinevits in His father, who had been a Hebrew teacher before the Russian Revolution, later had to make his living on a collective farm.
As a child, he loved Yiddish literature, poetry, and theater. In school, he was given the honor of reciting his own Yiddish poem Voice within front of the great Soviet-Yiddish poet Itsik Feffer.
He also once wrote to the great Soviet-Yiddish actor Shloyme Mikhoels, hoping to get involved with the state-sponsored Yiddish theater.
Mikhoels answered him, inviting him to join. However, Iosif's father did not want this for his son, and tore the letter up.
After the war, Iosif earned his PhD in economics and had a successful career Voice within an economist in Moscow.
When the Stalinist repression of Yiddish language and letters began to loosen in the early 's, he participated actively in publications and events, contributing occasionally to Sovetish Heymland, the principal Yiddish literary journal of the Soviet Union. By the early 's Iosif had left Russia and settled in Boston.
He began a long association of collaboration with his friend, the writer Misha Khazin. They frequently contributed, both together and individually, to various Russian, Yiddish, and English-language publications, most often on matters of Jewish life, politics, and literature.
Iosif began serving as co-host of the "Yiddish Voice" in In recent years, despite limitations due to health issues and advancing age, he remained actively involved with the radio show until practically his last days.
Besides the Yiddish Voice, Iosif was also quite active in other Yiddish language and culture activities in Boston, serving for years as Yiddish teacher at the Workmen's Circle in Brookline and as a member of the Yiddish Committee of the Boston Workmen's Circle. The funeral is to be held on Sunday, June 11, at A Shloyshim memorial program is planned for the Yiddish Voice and will be announced in the coming weeks.
For the Yiddish Voice: Dovid Braun, writer and co-host External related links: Aaron Lansky, founder and president of the Yiddish Book Center, conducted this interview with Lakhman. Dear Dad -- in Russian -- a touching open letter from Iosif Lakhman's daughter Zina Lamm, looking back on their lives together.
The letter was published on the web site of the Massachusetts Club of Russian-Speaking Scientistsof which Lakhman had been an active member until the very end.
Previews begin July 4, Directed by Jesper Sanneving. With David Labrava, Mitcho Batalov, Rolf Jarl, Jerry Solfeldt. A Swedish motorcycle club becomes prospects to an international club.
The road to being a full patch club is long and tough. Life as a prospect means difficult choices for Johan "Big" Bengtsson, Choices he makes, following his voice within/10(7). Just trust the voice within Then you'll find the strength That will guide your way If you will learn to begin To trust the voice within Young girl don't cry I'll be right here when your world starts to fall.
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T his is my second post on voice types. If you haven’t yet read the first installment, start by reading What’s My Voice Type?The Different Voice Types and How to Distinguish Them to learn whether you’re really a soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, tenor, baritone, or bass.
Once you read that post, come back to this one and learn more about the different voice types according to the Fach.
This collection, The Voice Within, assembled by the U.K.'s Rev-Ola imprint in its Bandstand series, is the one to get. Containing 29 cuts on a single disc, it features every A- and B-side Mayfield cut for Specialty between and Siri makes your voice the on/off switch.
Siri knows which HomeKit-enabled accessories you have in your home as well as their status. 1 So you can ask Siri to turn an appliance on or off, dim your lights, change the song, or set one of your scenes.
With Apple TV or HomePod, you don’t even have to be home — for example, you can ask Siri to set the “I’m Home” scene while you’re driving.