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Naomi Shemer Figurine

Naomi Shemer Figurine

SKU: 1040

Naomi Shemer (1930-2004) | Poet, musician and composer, winner of the Israel Prize for a Hebrew singer. She was nicknamed "the national poet". Shemer was born and raised in the Kinneret group, studied at the Academy of Music in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. In 1951 she enlisted in the IDF, served in the Nahal Command as a pianist, and after her release married actor Gideon Shemer. In 1956 they moved to Tel Aviv, staged the first Israeli musical "Five Five", and her songs began to be published. During the 60s and 70s, she wrote and composed many songs that have become classics of Israeli culture, including 'The Eucalyptus Grove', 'Lu Yehi' and 'Jerusalem of Gold'. In 1983, Shemar received the Israel Prize "thanks to the wonderful fusion between words and melody, and thanks to the expression given in them to the people's hearts”.

  • Specs:

    Package includes figurine + biographical card


    Figure: H-8 cm (3.15'')

    Box: H-8 cm (3.15''), W-5 cm (1.96'')


     PVC (figure) and cardboard (box)

    On the back of the box there is a brief historical summary about the character in English and Hebrew.

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