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  • noun United States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951)

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Examples

  • 'Schnabel's slightly out-of-tune warbling is a distant cousin to Johnny Cash', noted one reviewer with cautious approval.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Billy Farrell Lou Reed with Darren Aronofsky "A dorm is a wonderful way to describe our neighborhood," said the artist Clifford Ross, who lives in the West Village near Mr. Reed and the artist Julian Schnabel, and a stone's throw from Mr. Aronofsky.

    Creators Mixing, Mingling

  • Many members of this movement have altogether abandoned their roles as torchbearers of the Avant-garde, rebels against minimalism, conceptualism, and pure-abstraction, while others have simply assumed alternate careers, most notably Schnabel whose success as a filmmaker is quite remarkable.

    Alexander Adler: Georg Baselitz: The Early Sixties

  • Many members of this movement have altogether abandoned their roles as torchbearers of the Avant-garde, rebels against minimalism, conceptualism, and pure-abstraction, while others have simply assumed alternate careers, most notably Schnabel whose success as a filmmaker is quite remarkable.

    Alexander Adler: Georg Baselitz: The Early Sixties

  • Many members of this movement have altogether abandoned their roles as torchbearers of the Avant-garde, rebels against minimalism, conceptualism, and pure-abstraction, while others have simply assumed alternate careers, most notably Schnabel whose success as a filmmaker is quite remarkable.

    Alexander Adler: Georg Baselitz: The Early Sixties

  • Billy Farrell Giada Colagrande with Willem Dafoe Mr. Schnabel, who lives on West 11th Street, said he and Mr. Reed "collaborate every single day."

    Creators Mixing, Mingling

  • Such incredible people have blogged for us so far: from painter/filmmaker Julian Schnabel to the LA Phil Violinist Dana Hansen writing about playing for Dudamel.

    Kimberly Brooks: Introducing Haiku Reviews

  • Mr. Schnabel added that Mr. Reed is an "excellent neighbor," but in nuanced ways: "He's never come over for sugar, because that's a cliché."

    Creators Mixing, Mingling

  • The walls are crammed with owner Michel Würthle 's collection of works by Martin Kippenberger, Julian Schnabel, Daniel Richter and other artists, many of whom bartered their artwork for food and drink before they became famous.

    Let's Eat!

  • Many members of this movement have altogether abandoned their roles as torchbearers of the Avant-garde, rebels against minimalism, conceptualism, and pure-abstraction, while others have simply assumed alternate careers, most notably Schnabel whose success as a filmmaker is quite remarkable.

    Alexander Adler: Georg Baselitz: The Early Sixties

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