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#2276201 - 05/14/14 10:07 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:PikaPianist
From:Brisbane
Direct music link:click to download
Video link:http://youtu.be/GLXfBMY9vLU
Title of piece:Sonata in F minor, K466
Composer:Scarlatti
Duration:05:05
Source of music:IMSLP
Instrument used:Kawai CS6 digital piano
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:Due to being a bit busier at this time of the year, I didn't have the time to polish up the Brahms Intermezzo so I decided to perform this Scarlatti instead.

I prefer to play this piece slow and soft, and like to describe it as a melancholic, isolated introspective contemplation. It's amazing how well this piece sounds when performed on a piano, when it was originally written for harpsichord. It almost feels romantic in some parts. Although technically very simple, trying to determine the ideal amount of pedalling in a piece like this is indeed challenging. The absence of any pedalling will end up making the piece too 'dry', while too much pedalling will just blur the notes into a mess.

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#2276203 - 05/14/14 10:07 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Sam S
From:Georgia, USA
Avatar:Avatar Image
Experience:a lot
Direct music link:click to download
Video link:http://youtu.be/Axd5tZ7jODQ
Title of piece:Suite from the Victorian Kitchen Garden - Prelude and Summer - Clarinet and Piano
Composer:Paul Reade
Duration:05:28
Instrument used:1927 Bechstein Model L and a Buffet Clarinet
Recording method:Only one microphone, near the camera, so I'm guessing that's not the best for two instruments. But you could fill a book with what I don't know about recording...
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:Laurie, on clarinet, is my wife! We celebrated our 34th wedding anniversary a couple of months ago. She found this piece somewhere - I understand it is the theme from a British TV show? I've never seen it. The recording has the first and last movements, so I spliced them together. The video is actual video of us playing together.

Laurie is a restarter on clarinet, playing again after not playing for over 30 years. So be kind in your comments!

Of course there is no excuse for me. I should be an old veteran at making recordings. But adding another instrument adds another order of magnitude of difficulty. I'm trying to listen to her, trying to read the music, trying to stay together, trying to play through my mistakes - no stopping allowed! We hope to play this at Summerkeys in July.

So its way more stressful than it should be.

The piano part is much harder than it sounds. Octaves in the right hand, arpeggios in tenths, and it doesn't fit the hand all that well. But it's fun to play.

Hope you like it!

This will be possibly be my last recital until 2015. I'm going on a 2185+ mile walk - the Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia, starting in mid-July. But I'll be back!

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#2276205 - 05/14/14 10:09 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:outo
From:FIN
Experience:3 (+ childhood lessons)
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Fantasia no. 4 E-minor, Allegro
Composer:Georg Philipp Telemann
Duration:02:03
Source of music:Barenreiter (ed. Max Seiffert), but used another score (Schott) as well for fingering suggestions.
Instrument used:Yamaha U1 Silent, acoustic mode, waiting to be tuned.
Recording method:Canon Ixus 960 IS
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:The piece is something I worked earlier this spring with my teacher and liked it enough to try to properly memorize and polish it. It was a challenge to find good fingerings, had to make a lot of changes and I struggle a bit with the memory part. So a WIP still, sorry for the mistakes.
Did not include the shorter Dolce section, which I haven't been playing much.

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#2276206 - 05/14/14 10:11 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:noobpianist90
From:India
Experience:Started piano in 2003. Restarted in June 2013 after a 4 year break
Direct music link:click to download
Video link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKXXh517RPo
Title of piece:Minuet in G major BWV Anh 114
Composer:Christian Petzold
Duration:01:36
Source of music:Sheet Music
Instrument used:Casio Privia PX-150
Recording method:Line-in Cable using audacity
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:I haven't used any sustain pedal in this since I'm trying to break my habit of overusing it

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#2276207 - 05/14/14 10:11 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Piano_Primo_1
From:Near South Pittsburgh PA, USA
Avatar:Avatar Image
Experience:5 years, self taught
Direct music link:click to download
Video link:http://vimeo.com/95042138
Title of piece:"Back at One" 5 12 14 1 session
Composer:Brian McKnight Arranged by Richard Bradley
Duration:04:38
Source of music:Video
http://vimeo.com/95042138
Score pages (4)
http://postimg.org/gallery/363etfg9c/
Instrument used:Casio PX 100
Recording method:Digital to computer -windows movie maker , then converted video to .mp3 audio.
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:Score Arranged by Richard Bradley
Re- upload Long piece ( with coda's, 1rst and 2nd repeat endings ,,, recorded in 1 session. Played thru any pause or near mistakes .
4 min 37 sec.

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#2276208 - 05/14/14 10:11 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Ganddal
From:Norway
Experience:Can't remember anymore
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Gratulation
Composer:Wilhelm Peterson-Berger
Duration:02:33
Source of music:Sheet music
Instrument used:Yamaha AvantGrand N1
Recording method:Zoom
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:Wilhelm Peterson-Berger (1867 - 1942) was a Swedish composer. He composed a lot of music including 5 symphonies and 2 operas. In addition to this he wrote many shorter pieces, and I have made recordings of three small piano pieces from a collection called "Frosoblomster" ("Froso flowers"). For the recital I selected one of them, the two remaining ones ("Sommarsang" and "Vid Froso kyrka") I'm going to present under the May piano bar after the release of this recital. The two latter pieces are the most popular of his piano pieces.
Unfortunately the music of Peterson-Berger is little known outside Sweden. I hope you will enjoy my presentation of music written by this fine composer.

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#2276209 - 05/14/14 10:11 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Ohio_Mark
From:Ohio
Experience:2+
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Beach Buggy Boogie
Composer:Martha Mier
Duration:01:21
Source of music:Jazz Rags and Blues
Instrument used:Yamaha Clavinova CVP505
Recording method:to USB
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:One of the things that I enjoy with the Clavinova is experimenting with the different voices. For this piece I have a piano setting for the bass harmony and a steel guitar playing the melody.

I have a live recital coming up in June and I think I might be playing this piece in the recital. Easy enough and I think I can sludge through any nervous breakdowns I might have. It will be my first ever live recital.

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#2276211 - 05/14/14 10:12 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Monica K.
From:Lexington, KY
Avatar:Avatar Image
Experience:Nearly 10 years
Direct music link:click to download
Video link:http://youtu.be/d857u4Opwyk
Home page link:http://www.youtube.com/pianomonica
Title of piece:Scarborough Fair
Composer:David Nevue (arr.)
Duration:03:49
Source of music:Sheet music, obtained from David's site: wwww.davidnevue.com
Instrument used:Mason & Hamlin A
Recording method:mp3 file recorded using Zoom H4, normalized in Audacity; video recorded on Zoom Q3.
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:David Nevue gives this traditional melody a unique and lovely spin with his arrangement, adding two bridges and nice ornamentations. This piece is a heck of a lot of fun to play, and it's one I'm planning on keeping in my permanent repertoire. It's also the first piece I've played that requires several measures to be played WITHOUT the pedal. I felt naked. laugh Lunch was Lean Cuisine spaghetti and meatballs.

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#2276212 - 05/14/14 10:14 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:gingko2
From:central MA, USA
Experience:returning adult, on and off many years
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Ivan Sings (Andantino)
Composer:Aram Khachaturian
Duration:01:22
Source of music:Schirmer Edition, Selected Piano Works-Intermediate to Early Advanced, Aram Khachaturian
Instrument used:Kawai CA63
Recording method:digital to PC, Audacity for amplification
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:This is the first piece in a suite called "Adventures of Ivan." The whole set is playful and expressive. I'd like to learn them all.

Getting the left hand even and soft enough is a challenge. Getting the right hand even is difficult too. Tried to accent some notes and change dynamics but some notes stick out. Still trying to get rid of the "banging" sound.

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#2276214 - 05/14/14 10:14 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Ataru074
Experience:10+ Total, restarted less than 5 years ago.
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:BWV 866 Fugue
Composer:Johann Sebastian Bach
Duration:02:20
Source of music:Bach Well Tempered Clavier vol 1 - Henle
Instrument used:Kawai, GS-30
Recording method:Zoom H4, Shure SM 81 mics in ORTF setup. Piano 1/4 stick.
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:Fumbled here and there... but first and only take, no editing.

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#2276216 - 05/14/14 10:14 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Copper
From:Virginia
Avatar:Avatar Image
Experience:9
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:To a Wild Rose
Composer:Edward MacDowell
Duration:02:47
Source of music:The Library of Piano Classics
Instrument used:Yamaha P-250
Recording method:Connected the Yamaha P-250 to the computer
Technical feedback wanted:Yes

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#2276217 - 05/14/14 10:15 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Andy Platt
From:Arlington, VA
Experience:Years of noodling, four years of lessons
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 56
Composer:Bela Bartok
Duration:06:22
Source of music:Alfred Masterwork Edition
Instrument used:Kawai K3
Recording method:Zoom H1 and Audacity
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:I've grown to really like this piece. It's six dances, some upbeat, some more laid back. The harmonies are simpler when you analyze than might appear - Bartok was great at just subtly changing one note and making things sound very exotic but - at the same time - grounded. A number of times he will repeat the melody with different harmonies.

I recorded the first five dances in one take. That wasn't really my intention, I just kept going and there it was. So there are small bumps in most of the dances which I could have avoided if I had recorded each separately until I got a good take. But I felt the "whole" was more consistent.

The sixth, though, I couldn't get in the same recording because I was playing from memory and it wasn't memorized. So that was recorded a few weeks later.

One thing that I feel I haven't brought out is enough dynamic range. It's funny, when I play them I feel the dynamics but they aren't coming through in the recording very well.

Oh, and I used the correct characters for Bela's name originally but it didn't come through correctly so I've reverted to the Anglicized version.

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#2276218 - 05/14/14 10:15 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:carlos88
From:Colorado
Experience:year 3 back as an adult
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:From a sketchbook (D'un cahier d'esquisses)
Composer:Debussy
Duration:04:44
Source of music:sheet music
Instrument used:Yamaha
Recording method:Zoom H4 + Audacity
Technical feedback wanted:No
Additional info:Not quite ready for the recital - about 2-3 more weeks of work left on the piece. The mistakes right now were in places that weren't surprising.

Recorded it about 10 times, sounded way too fast in some of the parts. Something to work on next.

I'm not sure what Debussy had in his sketchbook, but to me, it's all quiet ocean and moonlight, waves moving in and out.

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#2276219 - 05/14/14 10:16 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Jazztpt (Russ)
From:UK
Experience:38+
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Pictures
Composer:Jazztpt
Duration:02:34
Source of music:Original
Instrument used:Roland HP507
Recording method:Direct to Piano then converted to MP3 in Audacity
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:I wrote this tune a few years ago but have been workng on this arrangent of it for about a year on and off. I was going to submit it to the recital previously but found I couldn't actually play it very well. Finally thought it was ready but when I came to record it a few weeks ago I found I was mistaken!
Boy did I have trouble getting this recorded, brain going blank , fingers not working , fingers like bananas when the red light went on. I am sure you all know the drill.
This was to be my last try and I managed a version of it though far from where I want it to be, I speed up and play it too fast for my fingers but hey , keep practicing.

I titled it Pictures for no other reason than I have taken up photography and "pictures" are on my mind :-)

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#2276220 - 05/14/14 10:16 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:wimpiano
From:the Netherlands
Experience:Started October 2013
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Telemann - Fantasia in E Minor
Composer:Georg Philipp Telemann
Duration:00:52
Source of music:Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 1
http://www.alfred.com/Products/Essential-Keyboard-Repertoire-Volume-1--00-501C.aspx
Instrument used:Schimmel 116S, 1999
Recording method:Tascam DR-07 MK2
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:Thanks for listening. This is my first submission.
It is meant to be faster but that's above my current ability.

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#2276221 - 05/14/14 10:17 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:torquenale (alessandra)
From:Italy
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Experience:Started again October 2011 (some useless years as a child - teen)
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Dance (from Four Rondos op. 60)
Composer:Dmitri Kabalevsky
Duration:01:22
Source of music:Sheet music
Instrument used:Apollo upright
Recording method:Zoom H4n - normalized in Audacity and converted into mp3 format
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:A nice little piece, in the middle part it makes me think to a Fellini circus.
Sorry for the mistakes!

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#2276222 - 05/14/14 10:17 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:rerun
From:Louisiana
Experience:7+ years at PianoMagic
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Tipitina 5 14 14
Composer:Professor Longhair
Duration:03:07
Source of music:played by ear
Instrument used:Celviano AP-24
Recording method:Recorded from DP speakers to Audacity with laptop/internal mike sitting nearby ... 1st take and completely unedited including volume and with no piano sound fonts used .... sorry about the dead air time at the start and finish and the clangors.
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:Having barely looked at the dp in the last month, I was planning to post a version of Tipitina closer to the version Longhair plays, but my RH hand isn't there yet so I went with an easier version.

You guys deserve better than this, but rather than pass this recital up because of little prep time I decided to just post something (if it wasn't an absolute train wreck) and hope my calendar is not a mess before the next recital. Peanut butter crackers for lunch.

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#2276223 - 05/14/14 10:18 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:TrapperJohn
From:Central PA
Experience:9+
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Ashokan Farewell
Composer:Jay Ungar (Arrangement by Dan Coates)
Duration:02:54
Source of music:Sheet Music from Alfred
Instrument used:Yamaha Clavinova CP-301
Recording method:Digital to PC
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:"Ashokan Farewell" gained worldwide fame when it was chosen to serve as the recurring theme of Ken Burns' masterful 1990 PBS TV documentary miniseries "The Civil War". It is heard numerous times, in whole or in part, throughout the multi-part series, usually appearing during the most tragic and saddest segments. This is entirely appropriate because, although it is a waltz, it is a waltz in the form of a Scottish Lament. The version heard during the series has the composer on violin with his wife accompanying on guitar.

Just about every piece of music heard throughout "The Civil War" - and there is a lot of it - is music from that era. "Ashokan Farewell" is not. It was composed in 1982 as a farewell or goodbye salute or tribute to the students who attended Ungar's music camp near the Ashokan Reservoir in New York. Ken Burns later heard it and quickly snatched it up as the theme of his documentary - one more stroke of genius among many connected with that miniseries.

The version I play here is an easy piano arrangement by the ubiquitous and talented Dan Coates. This is an updated rendition of this piece that I had submitted to a Recital a few years ago. I decided to re-record it because (1) I think it's a wonderful piece of music that I love playing and which I thought I could improve upon; and (2) the piece I was working on for quite some time for this Recital, "The Phantom of the Opera", was far too long and complicated - given the time and effort invested in my other current hobbies - to get into a recordable state in time. Next Recital...maybe...

Hope you enjoy,

Trapper

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#2276224 - 05/14/14 10:18 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Richard (zrtf90)
From:Ireland
Experience:oh, loads.
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Waltz in D flat, Op. 64 No. 1
Composer:Chopin
Duration:02:12
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:This is a pre-recording that I planned my work around then life interrupted.

I've played the piece for years but it needed refreshing. I still have it to do.

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#2276225 - 05/14/14 10:18 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Pathbreaker (Tarik)
From:Massachusetts
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Experience:13 years
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Op. 118 Intermezzo 1 & 2
Composer:Brahms
Duration:08:29
Source of music:sheet
Recording method:Audacity. Both played in single take. It was hard to be satisfied with both in any given take. Usually one was good and the other bad. This one I prefer the A major and the A minor is kind of not what I wanted but will do.
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:The first Intermezzo is a new piece that I didn't really intend to learn but somehow got sucked in. To justify learning it I decided to re-learn the A major intermezzo because I think it is a piece that's worth keeping in my repertoire.

Some background:

I started playing piano at the age of 20 with no experience in music. I had become really obsessed with classical piano and decided to find a teacher to learn how to play. I stayed with the same teacher for my first three years and then moved on for various reasons. It was at this time that I found Piano World and found a great deal of encouragement and guidance. A few years later I took a long hiatus after basically 'quitting' piano and did not really visit this forum. For the last two years I slowly got back into playing but I've only played for myself and nobody ever hears me play. Luckily there are these wonderful recitals so that I can have the motivation to play much more!

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#2276226 - 05/14/14 10:19 PM Re: Recital 34 --- May 15, 2014 [Re: AB Forum Recital]
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Performer's name:Valencia
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Sonata Op. 109 3rd mvt -Theme only!!
Composer:Beethoven
Duration:02:25
Technical feedback wanted:Yes
Additional info:A last minute decision to submit this piece! The 3rd movement of Beethoven's wonderful sonata Op. 109 is written as a set of 6 variations on a theme. Here I've only submitted the theme. If you've never heard the 3rd movement or the entire sonata for that matter then I encourage doing so as it is breathtakingly beautiful . By the sixth variation the piece is otherworldly, and yet in the end, there is a return to the simple and enduring theme. One of my favorite performances is by James Rhodes and can be found here (with added captions in the video so you know when each variation begins) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8ayD3BjplY

The theme is extremely challenging and a work-in-progress. Some skills I'm working on to play it successfully are striking the notes together so they sound at exactly the same time (within intervals or chords) and my touch on the keys (so that each note isn't like a stomp on the eardrum). Right now I'm really focused on sounding the notes together and so my dynamics are on the flat side. I also like the way James Rhodes detaches the notes on the repeat of the first few bars and while I tried to do that here, I have not yet mastered it.

Thanks for listening!

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