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  • a  of or relating to or in the style of a musical fugue

  • Told with ruthless psychological realism, in fugal, overlapping plotlines and gorgeous, cinematic panels rich with repeating motifs, Watchmen is a heart-pounding, heartbreaking read .
  • The story of a ragbag of bizarre, damaged, retired superheroes reunited by the murder of a former teammate, Watchmen is told in fugal, over-lapping plotlines and gorgeous panels .
  • But Half-Blood Prince turns out to be something else: an elegant, fugal tapestry in the mode of Prisoner of Azkaban.
News & Articles

  • 2-year-old Springville boy fighting kidney cancer
    Derek Fugal and his family are facing a frightening future: At the age of 2, he has been diagnosed with kidney cancer. Though he is barely a toddler, he must still undergo chemotherapy and surgery in order to have a chance.
    June 10, 2013 - KSL Salt Lake City
Quotes

  • Richard Egarr in Seattle Times
    A lot of Bach is dense and heavy-going, fugal writing,says Egarr. "It's not easy-listening. By contrast, the 'Brandenburg Concertos' are incredibly fun. They're equally brilliant for a listener to enjoy and for a player to play. It's big...

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