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May 31, 1985 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-31

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Friday, May 31, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Harmoniz;IP

Thursday's
Dor le' dor
concert
has bridged
the generation
gap.

BY DEBBIE WALLIS LANDAU

Special to The Jewish News

Ami Abramson and Sophie Keller practice for
Thursday night's concert. Behind them are Amy
Goodman, Adrianne Seligman and Mor Schwartz.

eventy-six voices are joined
in song:

The world is a rainbow,
With many kinds of people,
It takes all kinds of people
To make the world go round.

From center stage comes the in-
terruption of a mock-stern tone:
"Federation — you sound terrific!
But Hillel — you're sleeping. Come
on everybody!"
Embarrassed giggles and scat-
tered elbow-jabbing follow. Music di-
rector Stuart J. Rogoff gets his wish.
The next refrain is one enthusiastic
outpouring:

Now you be you, and I'll be
me.
That's the way we were
meant to be.
The world is a mixing cup -
Just look what happens when
you stir it up!

The world is a rainbow,
With many kinds of people,
And when we work together,
It's such a sight to see.
The world is beautiful,
When we live in harmony.

Harmony is an appropriate word
for.this joint rehearsal of Dor le' dor

Continued on Page 72

Hillel's Stuart Rogoff leads the rehearsal.

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