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Hi - You've found me. I'm so glad you are buying this CD. So many children have listened to this CD and just can't get enough of it. You are giving a lifelong gift when you give the gift of music - especially to children. Thank you. Enjoy! Rahel...
Rahel is loved for her toe tapping, foot stomping, wild & zany hands-on musical experiences for kids of all ages. This is the HEBREW version of her ever popular CD: YOUR CHILD NEEDS MUSIC; 70 Songs & Rhymes for Children - NOW REVISED AS: Listen Like Learn with Mother Goose on the Loose - find it here at: www.cdbaby.com/bdcr.
This fabulous collection of popular and original songs, many are direct translations of the songs you already know and love, get everyone up on their feet moving, dancing, twisting, turning, jumping, tickling, wiggling, playing on instruments and relaxing!
This CD is a favorite resource for educators of young children and a treasure for Hebrew speakers. Children and their parents have given it rave reviews and like to keep it handy in baby's tote bag!
Rahel lived in Israel from 1976-1998 where she was a regular featured performer at folk clubs and at the annual Jacob's Ladder International Folk Festival (www.jlfestival.com). She was a founding member of Israel's original all-woman band, Tofa'ah (www.tofaah.com), and was described in the folk music monthly, FolkNotes, as a "cornerstone of Israel's 'Anglo' folk music scene" (www.geocities.com/tzorafolk). A talented and versatile musician, she has performed with bluegrass bands, contemporary music duos & trios, theater troupes, and for children.
Rahel was instrumental in establishing music classes in day-care facilities for babies and young children, founding the Israel branch of Barbara Cass-Beggs' Listen Like Learn Association, and was a co-founder of the non-profit organization, Tof Miriam; United Women Artists of Israel, providing support, sponsorship and promotion to new and established female artists.
Currently a New Hampshire resident, Rahel has been featured in venues including the Mariposa Museum, Borders Cafe, Alternative Health Festivals, High Hopes Balloon Festival, Wilton Arts & Film Festival, Public Libraries in Maryland and NH; and at CAJE, The National Havurah, Jewish Federations, the Conference on Judaism in Rural New England, and Hadassah.
To learn more about Rahel (more bio's, credentials, teacher training courses & workshops) visit Rahel's website: www.rahelmusic.com