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  • He has made a point of championing the work of living composers like William Duckworth, whose Time Curve Preludes Mr. Brubaker has revived on his newest piano recording, Time Curve (Arabesque), set for a summer release.

    The Post-Postmodern Pianist

  • The idea, Mr. Brubaker explained, was to revive our experience of canonical composers by making them seem less familiar.

    The Post-Postmodern Pianist

  • At any rate, Mr. Brubaker said, the kind of unconventional programming that combines pop music with standard repertory is unlikely to revive the economically stagnant classical-music establishment.

    The Post-Postmodern Pianist

  • Dance would have liked more time to gather baseline information, but she felt a sense of urgency so she stopped his spiel and asked, Mr. Brubaker, where were you at one p.m. yesterday and eleven a.m. today?

    Roadside Crosses

  • And you, Mr. Brubaker, assaulted Mr. Chilton, which is illegal unless youre in imminent danger of physical harm from a trespasser.

    Roadside Crosses

  • The deputy muttered, Mr. Brubaker, please sit down.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Dance said reasonably, Theres been a series of very serious crimes, Mr. Brubaker.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Barry Berke, a lawyer for Mr. Brubaker, said his client "should not have been included in this indictment."

    In BDO Case, 7 Charged With Fraud

  • Mr. Parse left the bank in 2006, while Mr. Brubaker left in 2004.

    In BDO Case, 7 Charged With Fraud

  • They talked a little while, and then leaving her father with Mr. Brubaker, Marjorie and her Captain proceeded toward the tenant house where the Hammers lived.

    The Girl Scouts' Good Turn

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