The Huffington Post
Table Top Rhythms for Jewish Singing

“Table Top Drumming is a spontaneous artform — it requires no unusual or expensive equipment, just a table, hands and some imagination. I’ve always loved discovering the musical sounds that are possible with unplanned or arbitrary objects, from table-tops to tupperware. This video demonstrates some of the basic skills that can allow anybody to discover and play rhythms using just their hands, in a variety of settings…”

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Sh’ma Journal: A Journal of Jewish Ideas

Music as Spiritual Practice: A Conversation

By Joey Weisenberg and Aryeh Bernstein

April 1, 2014

“Music teaches us how to listen — if we let it.”

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The Huffington Post
Jewish Singing: A Practical Guide to Fostering Communal Music

“Music changes when other people enter the scene, often miraculously and for the better. The same note I was playing on the guitar by myself an hour ago sounds drastically different when it combines with a drummer’s beats….”

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