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Glass Piano

Bruce Brubaker

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Bruce Brubaker

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Mad Rush 00:16:57

Bruce Brubaker, Performer - Philip Glass, Composer

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Metamorphosis 1 00:06:27

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Metamorphosis 2 00:07:09

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Metamorphosis 3 00:05:10

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Metamorphosis 4 00:06:09

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Metamorphosis 5 00:04:47

Bruce Brubaker, Performer - Philip Glass, Composer

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Knee Play 4 00:07:26

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Opening 00:06:31

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Wichita Vortex Sutra 00:08:31

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Evening Song 00:08:39

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