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Isaac ALBENIZ (1860-1909) Complete Songs: ‘Six intimate ballads’ (wds: Marquesa de Bolanos): 1) Barcarola - 2) La lontananza - 3) Una rosa in dono - 4) Il tuo sguardo - 5) Moriro!!! - 6) T’ho riveduta in sogno - 7) Art thy gone forever, Elaine (wds. F.B. Money-Coutts) - Two fragments of ‘prose texts’ by Pierre Loti: 8) Tristesse - 9) Crepuscule - ‘Four melodies’ (wds. F.W. Money-Coutts): 10) In sickness and health - 11) Paradise regained - 12) The retreat - 13) Amor, summa injuria - ‘Poems by Gustavo Aldolfo Becquer’: 14) Besa el aura que gime blandamente… - 15) Del salon en el angulo oscuro… - 16) Me ha heido rectandose en la sombra… - 17) Cuando sobre el pecho inclinas - 18) De donde vengo? El mas horrible y aspero… - Two surviving songs from the ‘Six songs’ (wds. F.W. Money-Coutts): 19) Separated - 20)Will you be mine - ‘To Nellie’ (wds. F.W. Money-Coutts): 21) Home - 22) Counsel - 23) May-Day song - 24) To Nellie - 25) A song of consolation - 26) A song - 27) Il en est de l’amour (wds. Costa de Beauregard) - ‘Two songs’ (wds. F.W. Money-Coutts): 28) The Caterpillar - 29) The gifts of the Gods - 30) ‘Barberine’s song’ (wds. Alfred de Musset) Antonio Comas (tenor) - Mac McClure (piano) - Recorded at the Teatro-Auditori, Centre Cultural, Sant Cugat - No specific recording dates given. Thought to be 1997. DDD COLUMNA MUSICA 1CM 0025 [71:39] [MC]

Uninspiring performances of relatively unmemorable repertoire will not have me returning to this disc. … see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Alexander ARUTIUNIAN (b. 1920) Concerto for violin and orchestra "Armenia 88" (1988) (23.10) Pēteris VASKS (b. 1946) Concerto for violin and orchestra "Distant Light" (1997) (28.41) Mikhail BRONNER (b. 1952) Concerto for violin and orchestra "Heaven’s Gate" (2001) (20.16) Levon Ambartsumian (violin – and conductor in Arutiunian and Bronner) The Arco Chamber Orchestra/Lewis Nielson (Vasks) rec 2002 in Hugh Hodgson Hall, University of Georgia Performing Arts Center, Athens, Georgia PHOENIX USA PHCD 153 [72.00] [TM]

A warmly recommended disk for unusual repertoire and strong, communicative performances. … see Full Review

Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Brandenburg Concertos 1-3 - 2 Oboe Concertos - Brandenburg Concertos Nos.1–3 BWV 1046–1048 - Concerto for Oboe d'amore, Strings and Continuo in A major BWV 1055r - Concerto for Oboe, Violin, Strings and Continuo in C minor BWV 1060r - David Reichenberg, oboe - Simon Standage, violin The English Concert/Trevor Pinnock - Rec: April 1982 (1046-48), March 1984 (1055, 1060), Henry Wood Hall, London DG ARCHIV 471 720-2 [72.13] [KM]

An excellent recording of the first three Brandenburg concerti ... see Full Review

Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Partitas Nos. 1-6, BWV 825-830 (c.1717-1723) Masaaki Suzuki (harpsichord) Rec October 2001, Kobe Shoin University Chapel, Japan BIS-CD-1313-4 [2CDs: 81.02+80.18] [TB]

These performances will please … see Full Review

Johann Sebastian BACH (1685 - 1750) Die Kunst der Fuge: The Art of Fugue (BWV 1080) (Arr. by Robert Simpson; final fugue completed Sir Donald Francis Tovey) Delmé Quartet: Galina Solodchin, John Trusler, violins; John Underwood, viola; Jonathan Williams, cello Rec. November 1999 DDD HYPERION CDA 67138 [74.18] [PS]

A superb, lyrical performance of this great music which includes the Tovey completion to the final fugue. … see Full Review

Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 József Eötvös, guitar Rec: 1997, Akzent, Bratislava. Self-published EJ-01WZ [62.48] [KM]

An excellent recording of the Goldberg Variations on guitar ... See Full Review

Siegfried BARCHET (1918-82) Cellist and Composer - Sinfonie for strings (1968) - Serenata in modo classica (1964) - Introduction and Burleske (1968) - Images de Menton (1963) - Five Miniatures (1966) - Flute Quartet (1970) - Concertino (1973) - Quodlibet (1977) - Nonchalance (1945-60) - Nocturne (1945-60) - String Trio (1966) - Divertimento Op. 10a (1944) - Quartet (1973) - Antonio VIVALDI (1675-1741) Suite for Cello and String Orchestra - Giovanni Battista GRAZIOLI (1755-1820) Cello Sonata - Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Bassoon Sonata K292 - Max BRUCH (1838-1920) Canzonetta - Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937) Pavane pour une infante defunte - Berceuse sur le nom de Fauré - Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) Ariette oubliée - Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Two Choral Preludes: Ach was ist doch unser Leben - Christus der uns selig macht - In his cello performances of other composers Siegfried Barchet (cello) with Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra conducted by Karl Münchinger in Vivaldi, Margarete Scharitzer (cembalo) in Grazioli, Gerhard Haase (bassoon) in Mozart, Südfunk-Unterhaltungorchester conducted by Willy Mattes in Bruch, Hubert Giesen (piano) in Ravel and Debussy and Hans Priegnitz (piano) in Bach - Barchet’s own works; Badisches Kammerorcheter/Wolfgang Hock in the Sinfonie, Stuttgart String Quartet in the Serenata, Gerhard Haase (bassoon) Johannes Brüning (violin) Enrique Santiago (viola) and Siegfried Barchet (cello) in the Introduction and Burleske, Siegfried Barchet (cello) in Images de Menton, Stuttgart String Quartet in the Five Miniatures, Willy Freivogel (flute) with the String Trio of the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in the Flute Quartet, Hanspeter Weber (cor anglais) with Radio Orchestra Stuttgart/Willy Mattes in the Concertino, Willy Freivogel (flute) Sigurd - Michae (oboe) Rainer Schumacher (clarinet) Friedhelm Pütz (horn) and Hermann Herder (bassoon) in the Quodlibet, Siegfried Barchet (cello) and Edgar Trauer (piano) in Nonchalance and Nocturne, Johannes Brüning (violin) Enrique Santiago (viola) and Siegfried Barchet (cello) in the String Trio, Johannes Brüning (violin) Erika Ehrlinspiel-Beck (violin) and Hermann Voss (viola) in the Divertimento, Lajos Lencses (oboe) Jürgen Vlach (violin) Horst Strohfeldt (viola) and Gottfried Hahn (cello) in the Quartet for Oboe - No recording details HÄNSSLER CLASSIC 98.132 [3 CDs 202.52] [JW]

Full marks to Hänssler for giving enduring life to this most attractive and expert craftsman. … see Full Review

RECORD OF THE MONTH Arnold BAX (1883-1953) Symphony No. 6 (1934) Into the Twilight (1908) Summer Music (1920) Royal Scottish National Orchestra/David Lloyd-Jones rec. Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 3-4 August 2002 NAXOS 8.557144 [57.46] [IL]

A thrilling, evocative reading of Bax’s finest symphonic accomplishment. … see Full Review

Irwin BAZELON (b. 1922) Symphony No. 1 in One Movement (1961); Early American Suite for Wind Quintet and harpsichord (1965); Suite from Shakespeare’s "The Merry Wives of Windsor" (1959) Orchestra of Sofia/Harold Farberman Recording details not given ALBANY TROY 508 [61.56] [GH]

An enterprising disc of music by an intriguing composer. … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Symphony No 3 in E flat major Op 55 Eroica (1803) - Symphony No 4 in B flat major Op 60 (1806) - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (No 3 - recorded May 1936) - London Philharmonic Orchestra (No 4 – recorded November 1933) Felix Weingartner NAXOS 8.110956 [75.27] [JW]

Naxos continue their exploration of the first ever cycle of the Beethoven Symphonies undertaken by one conductor … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21 (1800) [26.19] - Symphony No. 4 in B flat major, Op. 60 (1806) [30.34] - Leonore Overture No. 1, Op. 138 (1806-07) [8.03] BBC Symphony Orchestra/Arturo Toscanini - Rec Oct 1937 (Symphony No. 1) and June 1939 in Queen’s Hall, London. ADD NAXOS 8.110854 [64.55] [TM]

Boult taught discipline, collective responsibility and flexibility. Toscanini taught them how to have fun. … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Complete Beethoven Sonata Society Recordings Vol.4 – Sonatas 11-13 (1800-01) Sonata No.11 in B flat major, Op.22 [24:11] - Sonata No.12 in A flat major, Op.26 [22:18] - Sonata No.13 in E flat major, Op.27, No.1 [15:12] Artur Schnabel (piano) - Recorded: Sonata No.11 on 12/13 April, 1933; Sonata No.12 on 25-27 April and 7 May, 1934; Sonata No.13 on 1 November, 1932 in EMI Abbey Road Studio No.3, London NAXOS 8.110756 [61:41] [SA]

Enthralling … invaluable historical recordings. Bravo! … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) - Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, Op.55 (Eroica) (1803) (Allegro con brio; Marcia Funebre: Adagio assai; Scherzo: Allegro vivace; Finale: Allegro molto) - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Felix Weingartner - Rec. Grosser Musikvereinsaal, Vienna. May 1936 - First issued on Columbia LX532-537 - Symphony No. 4 in B flat major, Op.60 (1806): (Adagio – Allegro vivace; Adagio; Menuetto: Allegro vivace; Allegro ma non troppo) London Philharmonic Orchestra/Felix Weingartner - Rec. Abbey Road Studio 1, London. Nov 1933 - Nostalgia Series NAXOS 8.110956 [75.27] [RW]

A first class Eroica. Total absence of crackle or distortion. … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Symphony No. 4 in B flat Op. 60 (1806) - Symphony No. 5 in C minor Op. 67 (1807) NDR-Sinfonieorchester/Günter Wand - Recorded 1987 (No 5) and 1988 (No 4) RCA RED SEAL 09026 64000 2 [67.03] [JW]

Strongly imaginative and honest performances … splendidly played and recorded … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770 - 1827) Symphony No. 5 in C Minor Op. 67 (1807) Symphony No. 7 in A Major Op. 92 (1812) Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra/Evgeny Mravinskyrecorded live at the Leningrad Philharmonic Large Hall 15th September 1974 (no. 5) and 19th September 1964 (No.7) ADD ELATUS 0927 46719–2 [71.00] [JP]

The real Leningrad Phil of the Soviet era, superbly drilled and directed by long-serving Mravinsky, playing two perennial favourites by Beethoven. … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770 – 1827) The Symphonies Disc 1: Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op.21 (1797); Symphony No. 3 in E Flat Major "Eroica", Op.55 (1803) Disc 2: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op.36 (1802); Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op.67 (1808) Disc 3: Symphony No. 4 in B flat major, Op.60 (1806) and Symphony No. 6 in F Major "Pastoral", Op.68 (1808) Disc 4: Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op.92 (1812) and Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op.93 (1812) Disc 5: Symphony No. 9 (1824) Barbara Bonney (sop), Birgit Remmert (contralto), Kurt Streit (ten), Thomas Hampson (bar), City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus Wiener Philharmoniker/Sir Simon Rattle Recorded live, April - May 2002, Vienna
Full Price EMI CLASSICS 557 445 2 [5CDs: 75’13+64’03+78’29+65’53+69’55]

Two Reviews:
Marc Bridle: This set has given this reviewer immense pleasure over the past three weeks … astonishing power … see Full Review
Colin Anderson: While symphonies 6, 7 and 8 are very fine, and much looked-forward to playing again, the others are littered with enough doubts of translation to place this set in the ‘interesting’ and ‘for reference’ category. … see Full Review

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) String Quartet No. 11 in F minor, Op.95 ‘Serioso’ (1810) String Quartet No. 12 in E flat, Op.127 (1825) The Lindsays Recorded in Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, Yorkshire, 25-27 June 2001 ASV CD DCA 1116 [58’52] [TH]

The Lindsays are now among the finest ensembles before the public, with a deep understanding of this music and a maturity that has grown with the years....see Full Review

Gerhard Taschner plays Beethoven Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Violin Sonata No. 9 Op. 47 Kreutzer (1802) Violin Concerto in D Op. 61 (1806) Gerhard Taschner (violin) Walter Gieseking (piano) Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Georg Solti Recorded 1951 (Kreutzer) and 1952 (Concerto) TAHRA 461 [74.53] [JW]

I can’t share very much in the acclamation that greets Taschner … but far too many radio recordings have been lost for one not to be grateful that these now make an appearance in such well-presented form and in such excellent sound. … see Full Review

Great Violinists: Kreisler Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) The Complete Violin Sonatas (1798-1810) Sonata No.1 in D major, Op.12 No.1; Sonata No. 2 in A major, Op.12 No.2; Sonata No.3 in E flat, Op.12 No.3; Sonata No.4 in A minor, Op.23; Sonata No. 5 in F major, Op.24 ‘Spring’; Sonata No. 6 in A major, Op.30 No.1; Sonata No.7 in C minor, Op.30 No.2; Sonata No. 8 in G major, Op.30 No.3; Sonata No.9 in A major, Op.47 ‘Kreutzer’; Sonata No.10 in G major, Op.96. Fritz Kreisler (violin) Franz Rupp (piano) Rec: EMI Studio 3, Abbey Road, London, April 1935 - June 1936. Mono ADD NAXOS HISTORICAL 8.110969-71 [3CDs: 70’29+67’08+69’57] [TH]

Enormous presence and clarity … a great deal to enjoy … no serious collector will want to be without this set. … see Full Review

Orazio BENEVOLI (1605-1672) Andreas HOFER (1629-1684) - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von BIBER (1644-1704) - Missa Saliburgensis [43.20] - Plaudite Tympana [5.18] Escolania de Montserrat Tölzer Knabenchor -
Collegium Aureum/P. Ireneu Segarra OSB - rec Aug 1974, Kollegienkirche, Salzburg DEUTSCHE HARMONIA MUNDI 05472 77845 2 [48.50] [TM]

Music of enormous attraction, warmly and fondly interpreted … see Full Review

Lennox BERKELEY (1903-1989) Symphony No. 3 (1968-69) Sinfonia Concertante Op. 84 (1972-73) Michael BERKELEY (b. 1948) Concerto for Oboe and String Orchestra (1976-77) Secret Garden (1997) Nicholas Daniel (oboe) BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Richard Hickox Recorded at Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, 27-28 October 2001 DDD CHANDOS CHAN 10022 [77:54] [CT]

Thrilling performances of four worthwhile works, captured in vivid sound and capped by superb oboe playing from Nicholas Daniel … see Full Review

Hector BERLIOZ (1803-1869) Symphonie Fantastique (1830) [52.25] Le Corsaire Overture (1831) [7.59] Les Troyens: Marche Troyenne; Chasse royale et orage (1859) [14.26] Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Française/Thomas Beecham
Beecham Choral Society Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Thomas Beecham rec. 30 Nov - 1-2 Dec 1959, Salle Wagram, Paris (Symphonie); 7 Nov 1958 (Corsaire); 19 Nov 1959 (Marche); 23 Mar 1957 (Hunt), Studio No. 1, Abbey Road, London. ADD Great Recordings of the Century series EMI CLASSICS 7243 5 67971 2 3 [65.05] [RB]

Beecham's chemistry works in racy fervour and accuracy with both the French orchestra and his own RPO ... see Full Review

Hector BERLIOZ (1803 - 1869) - Les Troyens (1890): Du peuple et des soldats (1); O Blonde Ceres (1); Inutiles regrets (1); Ah! Quand viendra l’instant; Et un dernier naufrage - L’enfance du Christ, Op. 25 (1854): Le répose de la Sainte Famille : les pélerins etant venus (1); Roméo et Juliette, Op. 17 (1839): Bientôt de Roméo … Mab, la messagère (1) - Huit Scènes de Faust, Op. 1 (1829): Maintenant que le ciel brille…Devant la maison (1,3) - La Damnation de Faust, Op. 4 (1856): Merci, doux crépuscle! (1); Grands dieux (1,2); Ange adore (1,2); Nature immense (1) - Béatrice et Bénédict (1862): Ah! Je vais l’aimer (1) - Lélio ou Le Retour à la vie (1832): L’onde fremit, l’onde s’agite (1,3); O mon bonheur, ma vie (1) - Benvenuto Cellini (1838): Une heure encore (1); La gloire était ma seule idole (1); Seul pour lutter (1); Sur les monts les plus sauvages (1) - Claude-Joseph ROUGET DE LISLE, arr. BERLIOZ (1760 – 1836) La Marseillaise (1792) Roberto Alagna (tenor) - 1; Angela Gheorghiu (soprano) - 2; Gérard Depardieu (narrator) - 3; Maitrise de Paris, Choeur "Les Eléments" and Le Choeur de l’armée française (La Marseillaise) - Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conducted by Bertrand de Billy - recorded Paris, September 2002 and London September 2002, DDD. EMI CLASSICS 5 57433-2 [69.32] [JP]

Just for fans of Roberto Alagna, I am afraid. … see Full Review

Hector BERLIOZ (1803 – 1869) Les Troyens (1856-9) - Cassandra/Dido - Deborah Polaski; Aeneas - Jon Villars; Choroebus - Russel Braun; Narbel - Robert Lloyd; Vienna State Opera Chorus and Slovak Philharmonic Choir Orchestra de Paris and Salzburg Chamber Orchestra/Sylvain Cambreling - Stage Director - Herbert Wernicke; Director - Alexandre Tarta; Salzburg Festival Theatre, 2000 - Format 19/9; PCM Stereo/Dolby 5.1 ARTHAUS MUSIK DVD 100 350 [2 DVDs: 237 minutes] [AB]

Overall I enjoyed this performance and expect to return to it often. … see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Georges BIZET (1838-1875) Carmen, Opera in Four Acts (1873-75) Libretto by Meilhac and Halévy, after Mérimée Carmen (mezzo) – Anne Sofie von Otter Don José (tenor) – Marcus Haddock Escamillo (baritone) – Laurent Naouri Micaëla (soprano) – Lisa Milne Zuniga (bass) – Jonathan Best Mercédès (mezzo) – Christine Rice Moralès (baritone) – Hans Voschezang Glyndebourne Festival Chorus London Philharmonic Orchestra/Philippe Jordan
Directed for the stage by David McVicar Directed for television by Sue Judd Recorded live at Glyndebourne Opera House, Sussex, England, 17 August, 2002 BBC OPUS ARTE OA 0867 D [2 Discs: 220 mins] [TH]

An altogether outstanding record of a thrilling event. … see Full Review

Georges BIZET (1838-1870) Carmen. Opera in 4 Acts with sung recitatives composed by Ernest Guiraud. Carmen: Angela Gheorghiu (sop). Don José: Roberto Alagna (ten). Michaela: Inva Mula (sop). Escamillo: Thomas Hampson (bar). Frasquita: Elizabeth Vidal (sop). Mercedes: Isabelle Cals (sop). Morales: Ludovic Tezier (bar). Zuniga: Nicholas Cavallier (bass) - Choeur "Les Elements" Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse/Michel Plasson. Recorded February and March 2002, Halle aux Grains, Toulouse. ‘Special Price’ EMI CLASSICS 7243 5 57434 2 8 [3CDs: 57.03+40.10+60.18] [RJF]

[RJF] One feels that this Carmen wouldn’t seduce José to her bed; she would command him! … see Full Review
[RM]The interest of the earlier Habanera would justify the purchase for an aficionado, otherwise only the last Act is seriously outstanding. … see Full Review

Georg BÖHM (1661-1733) Organ Works, vol. 1 - Prelude and fugue in C, Partita on Ach wie nichtig, ach wie flüchtig, Prelude in F, Partita on Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend, Prelude and fugue in d, Partita on Wer nue den lieben Gott lässt walten, Choral Prelude on Christ Lag in Todesbanded, Partita on Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele, Choral prelude on Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her, Choral prelude on Vater unser im Himmelreich, Prelude, Fugue and Postlude in g. Christiaan Teeuwsen at the Reil Organ, Bovenkerk, Kampen, The Netherlands. Recorded 25-27 May 2001. DDD NAXOS 8.555857 [78:44] [KS]

This is the kind of project that leaves a listener eagerly anticipating the coming volumes. What a pleasure this recital is! … see Full Review

Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) Violin Concerto (1878) [40.46] Violin Sonata No. 3 (1888) [24.09] David Oistrakh (violin) Cleveland Orchestra/George Szell Vladimir Yampolsky (piano) rec. 13, 16 May 1969 Severance Hall, Cleveland, stereo (concerto); 19 May 1955, Salle Colonialle, Brussels, mono (sonata) ADD Great Recordings of the Century series EMI CLASSICS 7243 5 67973 2 1 [65.05] [RB]

Oistrakh in full flow and caught in the splendour of his long-sustained high noon ... see Full Review

Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op 114 (1891): Allegro – Adagio – Andantino Grazioso – Allegro Hugh WOOD (b.1932) Clarinet Trio, Op.40 (1997): Comodo – Fantastico – Adagio Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Clarinet Trio in B flat major, Op.11 (1797): Allegro con brio – Adagio – Allegretto Trio Gemelli: John Bradbury (clarinet), Adrian Bradbury (cello), Emily Segal (piano) Rec. St George's Church, Brandon Hill, Bristol, June 1998 DIVINE ART 25009 [64.01] [RW]

Decidedly unusual coupling … a quality of performance that should not be lightly dismissed … see Full Review

Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) Hungarian Dances (complete) (1869-1880) Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra/János Sándor THE CLASSIC COLLECTION 99886 [51’06"] [JQ]

Rather to be lacking in charm and grace … see Full Review

Benjamin BRITTEN (1913-1976) Albert Herring (1947) - an opera in three acts - Albert Herring…James Gilchrist (tenor) - Nancy…Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo-soprano) - Sid…Roderick Williams (baritone) - Lady Billows…Susan Bullock (soprano) - Florence Pike…Sally Burgess (mezzo-soprano) - Mr Gedge…Alan Opie (baritone) - Superintendent Budd…Stephen Richardson (bass) - Mr Upfold…Robert Tear (tenor) - Miss Wordsworth...Rebecca Evans (soprano) - Mrs Herring…Anne Collins (mezzo-soprano) - With Yvette Bonner, Rebecca Bottone and Gregory Monk City of London Sinfonia / Hickox - Recorded at Blackheath Halls, London: 11-14 October 2001 DDD CHANDOS CHAN 10036(2) [2CDs: 72.30+74.57] [RM]

A very welcome addition to the Chandos library. … see Full Review



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