No.4 in G Major (1899-1900)
Camilla Tilling (Soprano) Philharmonia Orchestra/Benjamin Zander Walthamstow
Assembly Hall, London. June 6-8, 2000 Includes a free 70 minute discussion
disc TELARC 2CD-80555
patrician and thought-provoking guide to Mahler’s most approachable
symphony casting the last movement in its correct perspective.
String Quartet in E flat major, Opus 12 String
Quartet in A minor, Opus 7
Leipzig String Quartet Rec
22-25 May 2000, Rathaus, Markleeburg
MDG 307 1055-2 [54.10] [TB]
Leipzig Quartet score when it comes to points of detail, with the virtuosity
of individual players allocated a higher priority in the recorded balance.
Swings and roundabouts, then in a head-to-head with the ASV-Vellinger
Quartet in E flat major, Opus 12 String Quartet in A minor, Opus 7
Fugue in E flat major, Opus 81 No. 4
Vellinger String Quartet Rec 2-3 March 1999, St George's Brandon Hill,
Bristol ASV CD QS 6236
both performances the Vellingers play immaculately, but also with great
expressive freedom. The attention to detail in matters of dynamic nuance
brings much reward too: this is quartet playing of the highest order.
- operetta (complete with dialogue)
Mady Mesplé (Hélène), Andrea Guiot, Denise Benoit,
Michel Dens (Florestan), Jean-Christophe Benoit, Michel Dunand, Jacques
René Duclos Choir Orchestre de l’Association des Concerts Lamoureux/Jean-Claude
Hartemann Rec. Paris, 1969 EMI
72435 7407328 [CD1 48.46 CD2 47.33] [RW]
gift lies in warm melodies and harmonies that are easy on the ear. His
orchestration has a classical suppleness and charm. The soloists both
sing and act well with the required element of fun and delight.
No. 6 (1923) Slovak
National Opera Choir Czecho-Slovak Radio SO/Robert Stankovsky rec The
Concert Hall, Slovak Radio, Bratislava, 25-30 Mar 1991
MARCO POLO 8.223301 [63.28] [RB]
not let this convincing and idiosyncratic symphony elude you. A successor
in the line of Tchaikovsky's Pathétique.
Dei Tre Re (The Love of Three Kings) A tragic poem in three
acts Libretto by Sem Benelli after his play
soloists, Orchestra Lirica e Coro di Milano della RAI Arturo Basile
(conductor) Recorded (mono) Milan, 3 September 1950
WARNER FONIT (2 CDs) 8573 874787 - 2 [85.49] [CF]
mono recording by Italian Radio. Despite shortcomings in the sound the
drama completely takes you over. Very creditable singing from Petrella
and Berdini. Bruscantini’s performance alone would justify this purchase.
- 1791) Mozart Edition Volume 1 Concertos
for Wind Instruments,Violin Concertos BRILLIANT
CLASSICS 99713 7CDs [approx 454 minutes]
first volume of Brilliant Classic’s complete Mozart set certainly bodes
well for the other 23 volumes. The performances range from good to excellent,
the sound is almost always fine. ... see Full
Mozart Edition vol. 4 Piano Concertos [approx. 11 hours 25 min.]
CLASSICS 99720 [approx. 11 hours 25 min.] [KM]
again, Brilliant Classics comes up with a very good set of Mozart’s
works. While not perfect, these performances and recordings are fine.
The budget price is an additional incentive for those interested in
discovering all of Mozart’s works for piano and orchestra. ...see Full
Amadeus MOZART (1756
Symphony No. 41 in C Major (The Jupiter) – (1791) - Clarinet Concerto
in A Major K.622 – (1791) Bassoon Concerto in B Flat Major K.191 – (1774)
- Jack Brymer (clarinet), Gwydion Brooke (Bassoon)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – Sir Thomas Beecham. recorded in Studio
No.1, Abbey Road, London (Symphony - 26,28/3/57 and Bassoon Concerto
– 18/12/58) and Salle Wagram, Paris (Clarinet Concerto – 14,15/5/58),
ADD STEREO. EMI CDM5
67596-2 [79.49] [JP]
ahead and purchase with confidence – not only do you get a superb trio
of works and performances, you also get deluxe packaging and all at
Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791)
Concerto no. 4 in D, K. 218 (1) Ludwig
van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Violin Concerto in D, op.
61 (2) Joseph SZIGETI (violin),
London Philharmonic Orch/Sir Thomas Beecham (1), British Symphony Orch/Bruno
Walter (2) Recorded 8.10.1934, Abbey Road Studio no. 1 (1), 14.4.1932,
Central Hall, Westminster (2)
NAXOS Historical 8.110946 [66.56] [CH]
is above all for the very humane, vocal manner of Szigeti’s playing
that these performances are valuable.
Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791)
Quartet in F K370, Clarinet Quintet in A K581, Clarinet Concerto in
A K622 Gordon Hunt
oboe Chilingirian Quartet Andrew Marriner clarinet Chilingirian Quartet
London Mozart Players Jane Glover conductor Recorded Rosslyn Hill Chapel,
Hampstead November 1984 (Clarinet Concerto) and Wigmore Hall December
1981 (Quintet and Quartet)
EMI Classics for Pleasure 724357488327 [78,39] Budget Price [JW]
magnificent recording and two very fine ones at super-budget price.
A fine disc. ... see Full Review
Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Divertimento
in E flat, K. 563, Duo in B flat, K. 424*.
Leopold String Trio (Marrianne Thorsen, violin*, Scott Dickinson,
viola*, Kate Gould, violoncello) Recorded Champs Hill (GB), 23-25.11.2000
HYPERION CDA67246 [67.27]
Leopold String Trio are very, very good, no mistake about it, but mightn’t
they have been a little more outgoing?
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
String Quintets, Volume 2 Quintet
in C minor, K406; Quintet in C major, K515
Ensemble Villa Musica Rec 3-5 Nov 2000, Fürstliche Reitbahn Bad
Arolsen MDG 304 1032-2
Ensemble Villa Musica does the music proud, aided by a recording which
is atmospheric and full of presence. It really is of 'demonstration
quality'. The quality of the sound has a musical advantage, moreover,
since the details in the texture and the rich sonorities are heard to
(1756-91) Così fan tutte.
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) Fiordiligi; Nan Merriman (mezzo) Dorabella;
Lisa Otto (soprano) Despina; Léopold Simoneau (tenor) Ferrando;
Rolando Panerai (baritone) Guglielmo; Sesto Bruscantini (baritone) Don
Alfonso; Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra/Herbert von Karajan. Notes,
text and translation included Recorded on July 7th 1954 in Kingsway
Hall, London and July 14th-16th and 19th-21st, 1954 in No. 1 and No.
3 Studios, Abbey Road. [ADD] Mono
EMI GREAT RECORDINGS OF THE CENTURY CMS5 67064-2 [161.00]
is a recording that really deserves the label ‘Great’. This set surely
represents the bright, busy epitome of comic opera. It is pure joy from
beginning to end and will be making many return visits to my player.
Giovanni, opera (1787)
Bo Skovhus (Don Giovanni), Renata Girolami (Leporello), Boaz Daniel
(Masetto), Janusz Monarcha (Commendatore), Torsten Kerl (Don Ottavio),
Adrianne Pieczonka (Donna Anna), Regina Schörg (Elvira), Ildiko
Hungarian Radio Chorus, Nicolaus Estherházy Sinfonia/Michael
Rec. Phoenix Studio, Budapest, Nov. 2000
NAXOS 8.660080-82 [CD1 58.31, CD2 58.38, CD3 56.30] [RF]
performance and recording stands ahead of many in the catalogue, even
if not supplanting Giulini’s 1959 recording for EMI, which may never
be bettered, but that is at full price. ...
see Full Review
Amadeus MOZART (1756
– 1791) Die
Zauberflöte – Opera in two acts - (1791)
Anton Dermota (Tamino), Irmgard Seefreid (Pamino), Erich Kunz (Papageno),
Wilma Lipp (Queen of the Night), Ludwig Weber (Sarasto), George London
(Speaker), Sena Jurinac, Freidl Riegler & Else Schurhoff (The three
ladies), Emmy Loose (Papagena), Peter Klein (Monostatos). Singverein
der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien Wiener Philharmoniker/Herbert
recorded in the Brahmsaal,Vienna,2,3,6-9, 7-16, 20-21/12/50 ADD MONO.
EMI CMS5 67071-2 [129.07]
cannot recommend this issue highly enough. Truly a Great Recording of
(1756 – 1791) Famous
Various WARNER CLASSICS
APEX 0927 413762 [76.54] Bargain Price [RMK]
famous arias sung by some famous soloists and for the most part with
great success. ... see Full Review
Der Schauspieldirektor, Concerto for Two Pianos in E flat major, K365,
Aria: L'amero, saro costante, K208 (Il re pastore), Concert Aria: Ma,
che vi fege, o stelle, K368, Symphony in F major, K112
Clara Haskil, Géza Anda (pianos)
Erika Köth (soprano) Camerata Academica Salzburg Bernhard Paumgartner
Rec 4 August 1957, Mozarteum Salzburg
ORFEO C 572 011 B [60.57] [TB]
of the finest Mozart performers of their generation but their abundant
freshness and vitality is rather undermined by the sound
Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791)
Complete Piano Variations
Ronald Brautigam (fortepiano) Recorded at Länna Church, Sweden,
August 1997 BIS CD-1266/1267
[4 CDs: 60.37, 63.07, 61.37, 61.21] [CH]
brilliance and enthusiasm, as well as the instrument itself, are just
what is needed most of the time.
Amadeus MOZART (1756
– 1791) Overtures:
The Nozze di Figaro K.492. Bastien und Bastienne, K.50. Der Schauspieldirektor,
K.486. Lucio Silla K.75. Cosi fan Tutte, K.588. La Finta Giardiniera,
K.196. Die Entführung aus dem Serail, K.384. Il Re Pastorale, K.208.
Idomeneo, K.366. La Clemenzo di Tito, K.621. Don Giovanni, K.527. Die
Staatskapelle Dresden – Sir Colin Davis. recorded 1996 Lukas Kirche,
Dresden, DDD, STEREO.
RCA 74321 68004-2 [61.22] superbudget [JP]
is a disc which you are unlikely to listen to entirely without a break,
but if you do, as I did, you will be entranced by the quality of playing
and recording. This recording was a bargain at full price and now at
MOZART?! Volume 7 Wolfgang
(1756-91) Adagio in B flat, K484a. Serenade in B flat, K371a, ‘Gran
Partita’ (arr. Gleissner).
Collegium Classicum Recorded in the Stadthalle, Wuppertal on June 1st
(Adagio), March 26th-30th, 2001 (Serenade) [DDD]
Dabringhaus und Grimm Gold MDG301 1077-2 [60.01] [CC]
of the most civilised, harmless discs I have ever come across. Play
it while you cook the dinner.
Petrovich MUSSORGSKY (1839-81)
Piano Music, Vol. 2 Pictures
at an Exhibition, Hopak de jeunes ukrainiens, Scène de foire,
Sonata (piano duet), C major
Nina Kavtaradze, piano Michail Voskresensky (sonata duet)
DANACORD DACOCD 552 [56:47] [JL]
disc that provides an authoritative performance of Pictures at an Exhibition
plus some enjoyable and interesting lesser known Mussorgsky piano works.
...see Full Review
No.1 in G minor Op.7, Violin Concerto
Hannisdal (violin) Norwegian
Radio Orchestra Ari
Rasilainen, conductor (Symphony)
Terje Mikkelsen, conductor (Violin Concerto) Recorded
at NRK Broadcasting Hall, Oslo in June and October 1996
TELDEC APEX 0927 40622 2 [71.14] [CF]
Rasilainen and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra give the symphony not only
a good sense of pace but also draw out the kaleidoscopic moods of the
first movement. Henrik Hannisdal’s playing in the concerto is sweet-toned
especially in the higher positions on the E string, bringing a Bruch
like quality to the music, and in the more virtuosic passages rather
surprisingly evokes Mediterranean tone colours.
(1865 – 1931) Symphony
No. 1, Op. 7 (1891-92)
Symphony No. 2, "The Four Temperaments", Op. 16 (1901-02)
Finnish Radio Symphony
Orchestra – Jukka-Pekka Saraste recorded in the Sibelius Hall, Lahti,
Finland, 26-27 March 2001 (No.1) and 2-3 March 2001 No. 2 - DDD.
FINLANDIA 8573-85574-2 [63.31] [JP]
overall characteristic is that of vitality and both of these performances
display this characteristic to the full. The Finlandia recording is
superb, and the orchestra is set in a fully believable acoustic.
No. 2 Four Temperaments (1902) Symphony No. 4 Inextinguishable
(1902) Danish State
Radio SO/Thomas Jensen Danish State Radio SO Launy Grøndahl Mono
ADD Rec Concert Hall, Danish State Radio, 3 Oct 1947 (Sym 2); 17-19
Aug 1951 (Sym 4) DUTTON
LABORATORIES CDCLP4001 [68.00] [RB]
of performances that are not merely vivacious but of eruptive ferocity.
Historic rather than merely historical! Superbly transferred by Dutton
in good sound. ...see Full Review
No. 1 (1893) Symphony No. 5 (1922) Helios Overture (1904)
Danish State Radio SO/Thomas Jensen Danish State Radio SO/Erik Tuxen.
Mono ADD Rec Concert Hall, Danish State Radio, 14-15 June 1952 (Sym
1); 7 Apr 1954 (Sym 5); 8 June 1952 (Helios) DUTTON
LABORATORIES CDLXT2502 [78.36] [RB]
Layton's notes and Dutton's discriminating decision to use reproductions
of the original LP sleeves complete a catalogue-significant issue. ...
see Full Review
Felicity Lott Hélène,
Choeur des Musiciens du Louvre, Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble Marc
Minkowski Rec October 2000, Théâtre du Châtelet,
Paris VIRGIN CLASSICS
5 45477-2 0 [2CDs: total time 118.11] [TB]
regard La belle Hélène as Offenbach most enjoyable operetta.
This recording does much to encourage that view.
(1819-1880) La Périchole (1868)
Opéra comique (mono recording complete, with dialogue in French)
Susanne Lafaye (sop) (La Périchole), Raymond Amade (ten) (Piquillo),
Louis Noguera (bass) (Don Andrès), Jean-Christophe Benoit (bar)
(Le Comte), Pierre Germain (ten) (Don Pedro), Janette Vivalda (sop)
(Guadalena), Monique Linval (mezz) (Berginella), Denise Monteil (sop)
(Mastrilla), Agnès Disney (mezz) (Frasquinella), Jacques Pruvost
(ten) & Christian Asse (ten) (Notaries) René Duclos Choir
Orchestre de l’Association des Concerts Lamoureux/Igor Markevitch Rec.
Salle de la Mutualité, Paris, June 1958
EMI 574 0882 [CD1 48.20 CD2 45.16] Mono ADD Midprice [RW]
well-priced mono reissue should not dissuade the listener for the balance
and clarity is good and does not distract from the confident performance
and charming music. ... see Full Review
Piano Quartet (1949) String Quartet (1898) Piano Trio (1920)
Patrice d'Ollone (piano) Quatuor Athenaeum Enesco
rec Jan 1999, Salle des fêtes de l'Académie de Paris
PIERRE VERANY PV799061 [69.03] [RB]
music fans need to hear this as much as Arion's recent Bonnal disc.
...see Full Review
Burana Bo Skovhus
(baritone), Jochen Kowalski (alto), Sumi Jo (soprano) Southend Boys'
Choir London Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra Zubin Mehta (conductor)
Rec 1993, The Maltings, Snape
APEX 09274 13772 (60.27) [TB]
extensive percussion is spectacularly well captured. The tam-tam and
timpani can rarely have sounded so thrilling in a recorded performance.
Mehta conducts with consummate control of his massed forces though he
is occasionally a little indulgent with slow tempi.
... see Full Review
1930) Suite from the Ballet The Shore of Hope
Petersburg Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra/Eduard Serov Symphonic
Cycle The Songs of our Days (1964) St Petersburg Philharmonic
Symphony Orchestra/Arvid Jansons Suite no 3 from the Ballet Creation
of the World (1975)
Leningrad Orchestra of Early and Modern Music/Eduard Serov
All recorded in the St Petersburg Recording Studio: the dating is unclear.
BOHEME MUSIC CDBMR 012198
recommended to those who worship at the shrine of the avant-garde, but
for middle-of-the-road music-lovers this disc will be a delight.
Cloches de Corneville (The Chimes of Normandy) operetta (1877)
(complete, with dialogue in French)
Mady Mesplé (Germaine), Christiane Stutzmann (Serpolette), Charles
Burles (Grenicheux), Bernard Sinclair (Henri de Corneville), Jean Giraudeau
(Le Bailli), Jean-Christophe Beniot (Gaspard) Choir of the Théâtre
National de l’Opéra de Paris Orchestre du Théâtre
National de l’Opéra de Paris/Jean Doussard Rec. Salle Wagram,
Paris, June 1973 EMI
574 0912 [CD1 63.30 CD2 57.06] Midprice [RW]
is a strong cast headed by Mady Mesplé who with her characteristically
light soprano voice and rapid vibrato seems right for Germaine. ...see
ODI ET AMO - music composed and arranged
for Boys and Men's choir
Riga Dome Boys' Choir/Martins Klisans
UPE RECORDING COMPANY UPE CD 010 [51.48] [RB]
choir of world calibre. If you get a chance to hear them do not miss
the opportunity such is their precision, golden tone and attack. I would
very much like to hear them in some more classically orientated repertoire.
(b. 1933) Dioscures
(1977/revised 1984) a Concerto grosso for flute, clarinet and chamber
orchestra; Ephèmeres (1973/revised 1992) a Capriccio for
Violin and chamber orchestra; Le Souffle d’Iris (1986/revised
1992) a Concerto for flute and orchestra
Orchestra Philharmonique de Radio France conducted by Bruno Ferrandis
Flute; Pierre Yves Artaud, Violin; Philippe Graffin, Clarinet; Pascal
Post Recorded in the Studios of Radio France, June 1997
NAXOS 8.555347 [41.03] [GH]
fascinating but challenging works. Prin shares with Dutilleux the ability
to think in long, lyrical lines as at the end of ‘Dioscures’.
Butterfly (in English)
Cheryl Barker (Cio-Cio-San), Jean Rigby (Suzuki), Paul Charles Clarke
(Pinkerton), Gregory Yurisch (Sharpless), Stuart Kale (Goro), Geoffrey
Mitchell Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra/Yves Abel Recorded Blackheath
Halls, London, 13-17.12.2000
CHANDOS CHAN 3070 (2) [2 CDs, 64’37", 72’33"] [CH]
is opera in English at its best. Only the very elite of the "authentic"
Butterflies can actually boast a finer overall performance. …see full
(1873-1943) Symphony No. 1 in D minor,
Opus 7 Etudes-Tableaux (orchestrated Respighi)
Russian State Symphony Orchestra/Valeri Polyansky Rec April 1999, Grand
Hall of the Moscow Conservatory
CHANDOS CHAN 9822 [72.00]
State SO and Valeri Polyansky enter a competitive field with heads held
high. The recording is ambient and allows the rich textures of Rachmaninov's
scoring to be heard to excellent effect. There is still a special colour
and intensity about a Russian performance of this music.
(1873-1943)Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor,
Op. 18. Prelude in G sharp minor, Op. 32 No. 12. Etudes-tableaux, Op.
33 – No. 1 in F minor; No. 2 in C; No. 9 in C sharp minor. Variations
on a Theme of Corelli, Op. 42.
Hélène Grimaud (piano); Philharmonia Orchestra/Vladimir
Ashkenazy Recorded in Watford Coliseum on September 15th-16th, 2000
(Concerto); Teldec Studios, Berlin on June 3rd-5th, 2000 (Preludes and
Etudes-tableaux) and January 28th-30th, 2001 (Corelli Variations). [DDD]
TELDEC 8573-84376-2 [59.47] [CC]
is a clear case of marketing gone, if not barking mad, certainly disturbingly
cuckoo. Grimaud can and should stand perfectly well on her own ten fingers
without props such as this, especially as this is such a well-planned
Sergei RACHMANINOV (1873-1943)
in C sharp minor, Opus 3 No. 2, Ten Preludes, Opus 23, Six Moments musicaux,
Opus 16 Nikolai Lugansky
(piano) Rec 18-22 September 2000, Teldec Studio, Berlin
Erato 85738 57702 [65.28] Fullprice
thrilling: no other word will do. Rhythmic drive and phrasing heard
in an excellently delivered balance. Lugansky has the measure of the
rhythmic tautness so central to Rachmaninov's style.
Sonata in G minor, op 19 Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH
Sonata, Op 40 Gwyneth
George (cello) Alberto Portugheis (piano) Rec Swansea, 1970/71 (ADD)
GUILD GMCD 7219 [54.56]
have never heard the scherzo of the Rachmaninov played better. It is,
a complete revelation and I have known and loved this sonata for almost
present performances, recorded as far back as the early 1970s, are very
fine and quite satisfying, though the recorded sound may at times show
its age. They have much to offer.[HC]
Joachim RAFF (1822-1882)
Piano trios. Op 112 in G; Op 155 in A minor.
Trio Opus 8 Rec: Germany, 2000? (DDD)
CPO 999 800-2 [64.42]
sound is good and the performances are fine although there is a slight
over-emphasis on emotional content, I feel.
(1905-1971) Sonata for violin and piano
(1959) Theme and Variations for two violins (1938) John
McCABE (b.1939) Maze Dances for violin (1973) Star
Preludes for violin and piano (1978)
Peter Sheppard Skærved and Christine Sohn (violins) Tamami Honma
(piano) Recorded in the church of St. Mary’s, Dinton, Wiltshire 2nd
June 1999 (tracks 6-15) and 28th June 1999 (track I) and
in Challow Park, Wantage, Oxon on 12th September 1999 (tracks
2-5 and 16) DDD METIER
MSV CD92029 [61:56] [CT]
is a worthwhile disc, which it is to be hoped encourages the same advocacy
of McCabe’s little recorded chamber output as Rawsthorne’s has received
in recent times.
Fountains of Rome, The Pines of Rome, Roman Festivals,
Oregon Symphony Orchestra/James DePreist Rec 9-10 January 2001 (Fountains,
Pines), 28-29 May 1987 (Festivals), Arlene Schnitzer Auditorium, Portland,
Oregon DELOS DE 3287
immediately impresses is the quality of the sound, both of the recording
itself and of the playing. And since these are the prerequisites for
a recording of this music, the standard set initially is encouraging
Nikolai RIMSKY-KORSAKOV (1844-1908)
- Symphonic Suite, Russian Easter Festival Overture, Capriccio Espagnol
Ormandy Rec: Town Hall Philadelphia 11 Feb 1962 (Sheherazade); 17 Feb
1965 (Capriccio); Broadwood Hotel Philadelphia 1 Apr 1959 (Overture)
SONY ESSENTIAL CLASSICS
SBK46537 [74.57] Budget Price [RB]
imbues the interpretations and playing with guts, ferocity and passion.
The sound is unsubtle but the effect is edge-of-seat. ... see Full
Andreyevich RIMSKY-KORSAKOV (1844-1908)
1001 Nights - Sheherazade, Op. 35 Sinbad the Sailor,
The Story of a Dervish, The Prince and Princess, The
Story of the Second Dervish
Narrated by Bernard Cribbins David Nolan, violin Philharmonia Orchestra,
London/ Enrique Bátiz
NAXOS 8.555889 [79:07] [JL]
first class Philharmonia performance of Sheherazade
packaged with tales from the Arabian Nights ably narrated by Bernard
Variations et Final (1914) Musiques au Jardin (1920) Nocturne No. 3
Thinat (piano) rec 1983
ARION ARN 68184 [53.42] [RB]
in bardic and in impressionistic garb. Well advocated by Thinat and
Arion. ... see Full Review
SECOND TRIO OF QUARTETS
Arnold ROSNER (b1945) String Quartet
No. 4 (1972) Lester
TRIMBLE (1923-86) String Quartet No. 1 (1950) Irwin
SWACK (b1919) String Quartet No. 4 (1986-90)
Alorian (Rosner); Ondine (Trimble); Sierra (Swack). rec not announced
OPUS ONE 150CD [69.33]
rigueur listening for twentieth century quartet specialists. Impressive
for the gritty Rosner and the promising Swack.
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