Toldot begins with Isaac's marriage to Rebecca and the birth of their twin sons, Jacob and Esau. There is a famine in the land and they go to Gerar where King Avimelech tries to take Rebecca as his wife, understanding that she is Abraham's sister. The incident ends with Isaac prospering there and living with Rebecca as his wife.
Later Isaac leaves the kingdom of Avimelech to live in the Valley of Gerar where he re-digs the wells dug in his father's day which had been plugged up by the Philistines after the death of Abraham. Disputes over water rights follow and Isaac settles, in the end, in Shibah (BeerSheva of today) where he gives his blessing to Jacob instead of Esau, and Jacob flees to avoid Esau's wrath.
Band I Scene I
King Avimelech watches Abraham and Rebecca sporting and realizes they are man and wife.
Band I Scene II
Isaac re-opens the wells that had been dug in the days of Abraham, and plugged up by the Philistines after Abraham's death.
Tallit Band II
Isaac blessing Jacob, Rebecca looking on, his brother Esau nearby.
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