Tuesday, July 6, 2010

"Lecha Dodi," by Joshua Eastman

Yom revi'i, 25 Tamuz 5770.  This post dedicated to Chana Alte Eastman, who allowed us to borrow her husband for an adventure-filled two weeks.  Let's just have the whole family next time, and no adventures, okay?

Please forgive me that our recording studio made its own contributions to Josh's song.  The winds of Neve Daniel are very powerful.  And the local kids playing in the backyard pool added their own music.

Get through all that, and the amateur camera work...  and there is a lovely voice singing a sweet Shabbat song here, with an original melody, for your listening pleasure.

If you're not in a position to listen to music just now, please save this somewhere; and listen when you can.

Thank you, and -- if I don't get to speak with you before then -- Shabbat shalom u'mevorach.

Shabbat shalom u'mevorach: A peaceful and blessed Sabbath


Chana Eastman said...

Aww...first of all, thank you for the dedication, so sweet :) The real dedication is to his wonderful family that helped him "on the ground" in Israel through this ordeal and did so much for us....thank you for all you do, now and always.
Secondly, you guys did a beautiful job recording it...thank you so much for sharing this!
And lastly, acharon acharon chaviv, to Josh, my love, you have won my heart yet again. Amazing job!

Marc said...

Newlyweds. Yuck.