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The Roosevelt String Band returns in celebration of Morven’s exhibition Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey to present an encore performance with songs to warm the heart including Bill Withers’ Lean on Me, If Not for You and Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan, Carole King’s You’ve Got a Friend, Tom Waits’ Martha, and Michael Peter Smith’s The Dutchman, among many others for this two hour concert. The band features David Brahinsky on guitar and vocals, Guy DeRosa on harmonicas, Phil McCauliffe on bass, Noemi Bolton on various string instruments and vocals and Paul Prestopino, the sole member of the Roosevelt String Band still residing in Roosevelt, on string instruments and vocals.
Sunday, November 3, 2019
Featuring: David Brahinsky, Paul Prestopino, Noemi Bolton, and Joe Pepitone
Songs and Leonard Cohen
Jewish Heritage Museum
310 Mounts Corner Drive Freehold, NJ 07728
Contribution: $15 for concert and lecture (see Lectures).
in a Two-Part Lecture/Music Program
The Concept of the Chosen People
1:00 PM: Dr. Brahinsky will discuss how Jewish thinkers, philosophers, rabbis, and political leaders from ancient to modern times have interpreted, and continue to interpret the idea that the Jewish people are a chosen people of G-d.
2:30 PM: The Roosevelt String Band:
A Tribute to Leonard Cohen
Leonard Norman Cohen was a Canadian singer, songwriter, poet, and novelist. His work explored religion, politics, isolation, sexuality, and romantic relationships. Cohen pursued a career as a poet and novelist during the 1950s and early 1960s; he did not launch a music career until 1967, at the age of 33. His song Suzanne, became a hit for Judy Collins, who subsequently covered a number of Cohen's other songs as well.
for both parts of the program
$12 members, $15 non-members
The Nightmare. Painting by Henry Fuseli.
Poem by Erasmus Darwin.
So on his Nightmare through the evening fog
Flits the squab Fiend o'er fen, and lake, and bog;
Seeks some love-wilder'd maid with sleep oppress'd,
Alights, and grinning sits upon her breast.
Such as of late amid the murky sky
Was mark'd by Fuseli's poetic eye;
Whose daring tints, with Shakespeare's happiest grace,
Gave to the airy phantom form and place.--
Back o'er her pillow sinks her blushing head,
Her snow-white limbs hang helpless from the bed;
Her interrupted heart-pulse swims in death.
O'er her fair limbs convulsive tremors fleet,
Start in her hands, and struggle in her feet;
In vain to scream with quivering lips she tries,
And strains in palsy'd lids her tremulous eyes;
In vain she wills to run, fly, swim, walk, creep;
The Will presides not in the bower of Sleep.
—On her fair bosom sits the Demon-Ape
Erect, and balances his bloated shape;
Rolls in their marble orbs his Gorgon-eyes,
And drinks with leathern ears her tender cries.
Erasmus Darwin. Expanded in his "The Loves of the Plants" (1789), for which Fuseli provided the frontispiece.
Noemi A. Bolton