Shav’at Aniim – Savior of the Poor Psalms 38, music by Kobi Oz Saviour of the poor from the powerful And the needy and the destitute from the thief The…
Escalator music and lyrics by Kobi Oz ℗&© Anana Ltd Lying on some rock during a school tripMy teacher forgot me withmy kova tembel hatI was a little sleepy withan…
“This activity is recommended for learners who have visited Israel before.
Ask each participant to
Write down 10 words, ideas, or places that you associate with Jerusalem
Write down 10 words, ideas, or places that you associate with Tel Aviv
Originally published 2007
In Eurovisionland, things like this aren’t supposed to happen.
In Eurovisionland everybody is smiling, all songs are catchy, and boom boom bingabang is a challenging lyric. This year, it’s all going to be different. And it’s all Israel’s fault.
The Eurovision Song Contest is Europe’s leading annual song contest, drawing huge numbers of viewers, and the continent’s greatest musical talent. Every country selects their own favorite original song, and sends off their hero to compete for the crown of the best song in Europe that year. Unlike X Factor, the emphasis here is on the song-writing itself, and not necessarily on the performer.
In 2010 Kobi Oz released his album, Mizmorei Nevuchim (Psalms of the Perplexed). We sat down with Kobi to ask what led him to such a creation.