Keeping that creative spirit

Loretta Weinberger (Kay-Feld), from London to Ra’anana, 2011.

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January 2, 2019 20:45
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Keeping that creative spirit

LORETTA WEINBERGER (KAY-FELD), FROM LONDON TO RA’ANANA, 2011. (photo credit: DOROTHY EISDORFER)

 
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When Loretta Weinberger was expecting her first child, she put her Royal College of Music training to good use by composing a lullaby. Upon hearing the tune for the first time, her husband inquired whether it was a Brahms piece. His amused wife informed him that she’d written the music and lyrics herself.

“He said, ‘In that case, please do not play the great composers again. Just keep playing your own material!” recalls London-born Weinberger.

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