Fenno Follansbee. Heath Jr.

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Gender MALE
Industry Education
Occupation Director of the Yale Glee Club
Location Hamden, Connecticut, United States
Introduction Fenno had an uncanny ability to remember all of the names of his professors and he seemed to have retained everything he ever learned as a student from kindergarten through his masters program at Yale! He was our family dictionary, encyclopedia, and movie critic, and we would go to him for the answer to any question regarding art, music, movies, poetry, literature, history, and he was a spelling whiz......
Interests Art museums. The New York Yankees..a true Yankee fan. Tiger Woods and golf. Listening to music and to his extensive CD collection especially his vast collection of orchestral works. And he loved blue cheese anchovies and sardines!
Favorite Movies Recent: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner On Golden Pond The Bucket List Witness Mama Mia West Side Story Sound of Music My Fair Lady ET Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers movies Close Encounters of the Third Kind Casablanca Mr. Chips......South Pacific Will Rogers Follies. He loved Broadway shows musicals Meryl Streep was one of his favorites...and Catherine Hepburn. He loved all the stars and movies he grew up with. He loved movies and watched all kinds including ones not for the squeamish
Favorite Music Fenno's Top Twelve Pieces that he felt everyone should know: 1. Adagio for Strings (Barber) 2. Air for the G String (Bach) 3. Dona Nobis Pacem (Bach) 4. Nimrod Variation (Elgar) 5. Mathis der Maler 1st Movement (Hindemith) 6. O Magnum Mysterium (Lauridsen) 7. Nanie (Brahms) 8. Short Ride on a Fast Machine (Adams) 9. Symphony #1 3rd movement (Schostakowitsch) 10. Things Ain't What They Used To Be (M. Ellington) 11. The Folks Who Live On The Hill 12. L'il Darlin' (Hefti) He revered Paul Hindemith and Bach. John Rutter. From Bach to John Adams...Rob McConnell Diana Krall The King's Singers and Mel Torme. That about covers it!
Favorite Books Poetry books in general. New York Times Best Sellers. Art section of the New York Times. The New Yorker magazine. Was well aware of what went on internationally in the arts world. He was passionate about art sculpture and architecture...