*2nd Generation dance. A dance that developed and was disseminated in a non-traditional way. 2G dances are specific – have a fixed format designed to correspond with the arrangement of a particular recording., whereas 1G dances are generic – have a shorter sequence that works with live music – where many different songs are played and arrangements vary according to the tastes of musicians and dancers. For more on the differences between 1st & 2nd G dances click here.
Ve David Lyrics
Source: Jewish sources, The book of Samuel (1, 18)
VeDavid yafeh einayin And David had beautiful eyes Hu ro'eh bashoshanim a shepherd among the lilies. VeDavid yafeh einayin And David had beautiful eyes Hu ro'eh bashoshanim a shepherd among the lilies. Heichah Sha'ul ba'alafav "Saul smote thousands, Vedavid berivavotav and David tens of thousands."* Ben Yishai, Chai vekayam The son of Yishai lives on. Ben Yishai, Chai vekayam The son of Yishai lives on. *1st Book of Samuel, Chapter 18, verse 7. As the women danced, they sang: “Saul has slain his thousands, and David his tens of thousands.”
Ve David Music
Ve David Dance
One of Rivka Sturman‘s many enduring creations, choreographed in 1953.