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Thursday, July 26, 2007

The Felsenfeld Movement

"Namesake", The New Yorker. A strange and wonderfully written piece by one Brian Gallagher, oddly enough, about yr. blogger--or at least my unweildy surname. Now I guess I cannot change it.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Chris Schloemp said...

I remember back in college, Danny insisted that we all put spit takes in our films and plays, as a tribute to him, and we all languished at the Felsenfeld Arts Collective in sunny Isla Vista.

Now he has a Movement, and we have to sprinkle Felsenfelds everywhere.

I shall do both. My Felsenfeld shall spit gloriously.

Congratulations, Danny. Couldn't happen to a nicer composer.

7:23 PM  
Blogger Todd Tarantino said...

Now I've got the subtitle for my first symphony: "The Felsenfeld"

5:52 PM  
Blogger Brooklyn Kitchen said...

In the hardcore punk band that's at the center of a story on which I am working there will likely be a player with the Felsenfeld surname. Probably the drummer.

11:17 AM  
Blogger Marc said...

I am overjoyed to hear of the sprinkling of Felsenfelds everywhere! Now, all we need is the Felsenfeldharmonic, exclusively playing the music of, well, who else, Felsenfeld. I'd be the first in line to buy a ticket.

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Flsenfefe!! I like my version. Hope you're doing well...it's about time we run into each other in some random part of the city...or some other city maybe?

4:33 AM  
Anonymous Dan Felsenfeld said...

Those of us in another branch of the family were very happy to read the New Yorker piece. Who knew that the name Felsenfeld could be analyzed like a piece of poetry (thanks to Michael Chabon)?

Regards,
Dan (not the composer)

10:34 AM  

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