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Image: Museum exhibits representing a Torah at the former Glockengasse Synagogue, which was in Cologne but was completely destroyed. These are at the Kölnisches Stadtmuseum.  This file (cropped from the original) is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license.

A Postmodern Approach to the Hebrew Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls:
post-Jungian and much more
Speaker:  Rabbi Helen Freeman

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Music During the Slides: J. S. Bach – Goldberg Variations played by Kimiko Ishizaka

We are delighted to have been able to play music, which we hope you have enjoyed, during the intro and break slides.  We have not done so in the past because obtaining copyright holders’ permission is so involved and there has been little of worth in the public domain.  This excellent project (which I have just discovered) to ‘set Bach free’ by creating a first-rate performance of The Goldberg Variations for the public domain is to be warmly applauded and deserves support.  It is licenced using the Creative Commons Zero tool.

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