Monthly Archives: December 2011

Anemone

To Petru Iuga In a comment to my post What Game Shall We Play Today, Petru Iuga commented in Romanian that when he arrived from Romania to Germany he was confused to hear people say they PLAY the double bass … Continue reading

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A House is not a Home

To Opher Brayer In our seminar called Teaching is an Art at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, we watched some parts from the movie Dead Poet Society with Robin Williams. Robin Williams plays the role of Mr. Keating, … Continue reading

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What Game Shall We Play Today

To Barry Green I have always wondered why in so many languages they use the same verb, to play, for playing games, playing theater and playing music. Is it just coincidence or do they all share things in common? In … Continue reading

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