Atarah


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Atarah

(ăt`ərə), in the Bible, one of Jerahmeel's wives.
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Lead adjudicator and world-renowned conductor Richard Dickins, flown in especially from the UK to judge the competition alongside flutist Atarah Ben-Tovim and Christopher Adey, concurred.
They are conductor and examiner Richard Dickins, conductor Christopher Adey and flautist and teacher Atarah Ben-Tobin.
10) Malkhut (Kingdom) or Atarah (the Diadem) (a Sephiroth which is identified with the Shekinah that has descended into manifestation, i.
The book quoted in the October Horn Call (page 108) is The Right Instrument for Your Child by Atarah Ben-Tovim and Douglas Boyd.
PPSF Politbureau Secretary-General, Awny Abu Ghawsh, was arrested while passing Atarah checkpoint near the city of Ramallah on Wednesday night, said a PPSF press release on Thursday.
On the ground, Israeli forces closed the Atarah checkpoint, a bottleneck separates Ramallah governorate from the north, south and eastern areas of the West Bank.
Robin's career has seen him collaborate with artists as diverse as soprano Lesley Garrett, flautist Atarah Ben Tovim, rock bands Deep Purple and Jethro Tull and American jazz/soul singer, Madeline Bell.
Fritz, a former principal flautist with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic - he was succeeded by the equally adventurous Atarah Ben-Tovim, who, for the record, beat James Gal way to the job - was always game for a laugh.
Atarah Ben Tovim, who was made an MBE in 1980 for her services to music, specialises in involving children in music and is well-known nationally for her series of children's concerts.
30pm on Wednesday December 29 sees Atarah Ben-Tovim presenting 'Xmas Rattle and Roll', with conductor William Boughton and the English Symphony Orchestra preparing to compete with any homemade or percussion instruments children might be bringing along.
An atarah," I repeated, still trying to identify what I was looking at.
Atarah Ben-Tovim on a musical journey to Spain in a classical concert for children.