Based on the flood of email, it seems that more than a few readers enjoyed the “Simpsonized” versions of famous classical music composers and one education director wrote in wondering if they could incorporate the characters into an education program…
I don’t know how much luck you would have trying to use “Simpsonized” composers in education efforts (would that classify as crossover?) but it’s fun to think about. Nevertheless, without further hesitations, here are the results to who’s who:
OK, I admit to drawing the beret on Richard myself – but it’s amazing just how much it added.
This is the one I thought didn’t quite look like the composer, the mustache just didn’t turn out.
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I missed Bruckner and Bernstein – I thought Lenny was Grieg.
See the original post about this for my mistakes……Bruckner is the real killer, here. Who would have thought?
I thought the Simpsonized Bruckner was Richard Strauss.
The real Mahler kind of looks like he had a Simpsons overbite, don’t you think?