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“The creator of Gotham is Tobias Frere-Jones, the brother of music critic Sasha Frere-Jones?”
“You should sing this rhyme whilst we do so, to a balance of "Frere Jacques":”
“Das Racist (comprised of Ashok Kondabolu, Himanshu Suri, and Victor Vazquez) has been on a tear for the last 12 months getting enthusiastic, and at times, controversial write-ups in the New York Times, Village Voice, and gaining the favor of music critic Sasha Frere-Jones for their ability to make “joke rap” legit.”
“Local scenester Nouela Johnston (formerly of Mon Frere) has a new project called People Eating People, dramatic pop songs played on solo piano.”
“There, Mr. Rabe helped engineer the €4.5 billion buyback of a 25% Bertelsmann stake from Belgian billionaire Albert Frere and negotiated the sale of Bertelsmann's music publishing unit to Vivendi SA in 2006.”
“In the New Yorker, Sasha Frere-Jones points us to a super remix of the top Billboard songs of 2008.”
“William Bouguereau's "Frere et Soeur," an oil painting of a young woman tenderly holding her baby brother, could fetch up to $1.5 million at Sotheby's on Nov. 4.”
“The long minor-key "Frere Jacques" episode that starts the third movement yielded to a melody that sounded almost parodically lugubrious, with a sob, possibly unintentional, in the brass.”
“This reminds me of when in school at Saint Louis de Gonzague (in Haiti), we all would recite our history lesson to the" Cher Frere "as loud as possible:" Nos ancetre les Gaulois avais des cheveux blonds et des yeux bleus! "”
“Today, Dupoux noted that two markets had re-opened on Tabarre and Frere streets, providing crucial relief information.”
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