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  1. We've now got the timetable. Any melody instrument is welcome: Bryan Creer & Valmai Goodyear are running concertina - and any melody instrument - part-playing sessions at Whitby Folk Week in the First In Last Out. The timetable is below. Bryan's put the music up on the Spare Parts Band website http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php. You can download it in midi, pdf and Noteworthy Composer form. The arrangements will suit any melody instrument.. Feel free to have a go at them whether you are coming to Folk Week or not. We have five practice sessions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. all at 11.30 - 12.50 in the First In Last Out. We expect to be taking two sets of the arranged tunes we've worked on to the final workshop concert on Friday in the Spa Pavilion Hall ( - event 597). These are Hereford Hornpipe (Sussex Tune Book 7)/Tub Hornpipe and Calum's Road/Strily Vale. To provide variety we'll also play an extra, easier arrangement each day but we're not aiming to get those ready for performance unless people particularly want to do them. The practice schedule we be as follows - Monday - event 175 Hereford Hornpipe (Sussex Tune Book 7)/Tub Hornpipe Additional tune: Twelfth Eve (Playford 501) Tuesday - event 280 Calum's Road/Strily Vale Additional tune: I'll Touzle Your Kurchy Wednesday - event 384 Hereford Hornpipe (Sussex Tune Book 7)/Tub Hornpipe Additional tune: This My Lady with extra part (Sussex Tune Book 42) Thursday - event 481 Calum's Road/Strily Vale Additional tune: One More Dance and Then Friday - event 579 Both pairs in preparation for the workshop showcase concert in the afternoon Calum's Road/Strily Vale Hereford Hornpipe (Sussex Tune Book 7)/Tub Hornpipe
  2. Bryan Creer & Valmai Goodyear are running concertina part-playing sessions at Whitby Folk Week, 17-23 August this year. We haven't had the timetable yet but Bryan's put the music up on the Spare Parts Band website http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php. You can download it in midi, pdf and Noteworthy Composer form. The arrangements will suit any melody instrument.. Feel free to have a go at them whether you are coming to Folk Week or not. The tunes are: Calum's Road Hereford Hornpipe STB 7 I'll Touzle Your Kurchy One More Dance and Then Strily Vale This My Lady with extra part STB 42 Tub Hornpipe Twelfth Eve (Playford 501)
  3. Lewes Saturday Folk Club Workshop No 270 www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org JEFF WARNER:US TRAD SONGS from THE WARNER COLLECTION http://www.jeffwarner.com Saturday 14th. September 2019 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m. Places £35 (2 under-25-year-olds £17) Elephant & Castle White Hill Lewes BN7 2DJ A fine singer of American traditional songs, Jeff accompanies himself on guitar, 5-string banjo & English concertina. He presents music from North Carolina to New England with warmth, humour & understated scholarship. He's also a great teacher with a deep understanding of the origins on the music & how to perform it for today's listeners. His parents, Anne & Frank Warner, collected & published a huge number of traditional songs from the Eastern USA, with respect, empathy & affection for the singers. Their enormously important work is housed in the Library of Congress. The early part of the workshop will be an overview of the Warner collection (1938-1966) including voices & photos of the traditional singers. In the late afternoon Jeff presents & teaches songs from the collection. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Warner_(folklorist) IN THE EVENING JEFF WARNER PERFORMS AT LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB (£8; tickets from club & website) Provisional Timetable 10.45 Registration & coffee; order lunch (refreshments not included) 11.00 Stories from the Warner collection with recorded sound & photos taken by the Warners. 12.30 Lunch 13.30 Continuing the story of the Warner collection. 14:45 An offering of songs from the collection performed by Jeff with the participation of the class. 15.00 Tea/coffee break 16.45 Finish N.B. Booking is recommended as numbers are limited. Maps & accommodation lists will be sent on request. JEFF WARNER:US TRAD SONGS from THE WARNER COLLECTION Saturday 14th. September 2019 BOOKING FORM I enclose a cheque for £35.00 for workshop fees (refreshments not included). Email first for youth places. Name: Address: Instrument, if any: Telephone: E-mail address: Tick for map: Tick for accommodation list: No. of tickets for evening performance (£8 each, include SAE for these): Please make cheques payable to Lewes Saturday Folk Club and send with this booking form to: Valmai Goodyear, 20, St. John's Terrace,LEWES, East Sussex BN7 2DL (01273) 476757 valmaigoodyear[at]aol[dot].com
  4. Just realised that I put this post on last year's announcement - apologies for the mistake. Bryan Creer and I (Spare Parts) will be running some concertina part-playing sessions at Whitby Folk Week 2019. When we know how many, Bryan will put the music on the band website (http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php) as dots and midis for people to try out. We'll produce a couple of sets to go in the workshop showcase concert at the end of the week, but there will be other arrangements as well. You'll be very welcome to have a bash at the arrangements whether you're coming to our Whitby sessions or not. Some arrangements we produced for the Tenterden and Lewes Folk Festivals last year are still available on the website - feel free to give those a kicking, too. They will work on any melody instrument.
  5. Delighted to say that Bryan Creer and I (Spare Parts) will be running some concertina part-playing sessions. When we know how many, Bryan will put the music on the band website (http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php) as dots and midis for people to try out. We'll produce a couple of sets to go in the workshop showcase concert at the end of the week, but there will be other arrangements as well. You'll be very welcome to have a bash at the arrangements whether you're coming to our Whitby sessions or not. Some arrangements we produced for the Tenterden and Lewes Folk Festivals last year are still available on the website - feel free to give those a kicking, too. They will work on any melody instrument.
  6. Could I add that they are also doing an all-day workshop on French & Scandinavian dance music for any instrument at Lewes Saturday Folk Club in Sussex on 18th. May, followed by an evening performance? Tickets are available for both events. Some music will be sent in advance. Full details here: http://www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/LAFC/WS267desc.html
  7. Dear Don, I wish I could help, but I haven't got the technology and also feel it would be off-putting for pupils to know that the workshop was being filmed, even if the camera/mobile phone wasn't being pointed directly at them. It would be a bit like the cold panic that descends when you try to record yourself. How about making your local organiser's life a misery until they book Sandra to do a workshop in Ontario? And possibly one on the Baltic Coast on the way, following Wolf Molkentin's comment above. Best wishes, Valmai
  8. Lewes Saturday Folk Club Workshop No 269 SANDRA KERR CONCERTINA & SONG WORKSHOP (any system) www.sandrakerr.net Places £35 (2 under-25-year-olds £17) Sunday 23rd. June 2019 10.45 a.m. - 4.45 p.m. Elephant & Castle White Hill Lewes BN7 2DJ Sandra Kerr has long been a brilliant & influential singer & player of the English concertina, since with her days with Ewan MacColl's Critics Group. A versatile musician with a fine, expressive voice, she is also an accomplished songwriter & has been a core tutor on the Newcastle University Traditional Music degree course. Sandra has recorded with many fine performers including her daughter Nancy Kerr & James Fagan. She also co-wrote the music for the children's TV series Bagpuss. The workshop will focus on creative accompaniment for the voice using any concertina system, & also a short session on the tunes Sandra recorded with Vic Gammon on the highly entertaining CD Early Scottish Ragtime. Some music will be sent in advance. ON SATURDAY EVENING 22 JUNE SANDRA KERR PERFORMS AT LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB (£9; advance tickets available from from http://www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/LAFC/WS269book.html) Provisional Timetable 10.45 Registration & coffee; please order lunch at the bar (refreshments not included) 11.00 Creative accompaniment: After a warm-up designed specifically for concertina players, Sandra will demonstrate some of the ways she uses the instrument on traditional & contemporary songs, de-constructing them, & helping you to achieve something similar. 12.30 Lunch 13.30 Your accompaniments: after a brief play through some tunes (Northumbrian - dots supplied) to warm up, we'll listen to some of your accompaniments, & look at ways of developing them or doing something different - or of starting from scratch on an agreed piece. 15.00 Tea/coffee break 15.15 To finish the day, we'll play some catchy & unusual tunes (identified by Vic Gammon as 'Early Scottish Ragtime'...!) & see if we can make them swing! 16.45 Finish N.B. Booking is recommended as numbers are limited. Maps, music & accommodation lists will be sent in advance. SANDRA KERR CONCERTINA & SONG WORKSHOP (any system) Sunday 23rd. June 2019 BOOKING FORM I would like to attend the workshop. I enclose a cheque for £35.00 (refreshments not included). Email first for youth rate. Name: Address: Instrument: No. of tickets for Saturday 22nd. June evening performance (£9 each, include SAE for these): Telephone: E-mail address: Tick for map: Tick for accommodation list: Please make cheques payable to Lewes Saturday Folk Club and send with this booking form to: Valmai Goodyear, 20, St. John's Terrace, LEWES, East Sussex BN7 2DL 01273 476757 valmaigoodyear[at]aol[dot] www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/
  9. JODY KRUSKAL US OLD-TIME WORKSHOP ALL CONCERTINA SYSTEMS, ALL INSTRUMENTS Lewes Saturday Folk Club Workshop No 246 (a not-for-profit organisation) www.jodykruskal.com Places £35 (2 under-25-year-olds £17) Saturday 18th. November 2017 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m. Elephant & Castle White Hill Lewes BN7 2DJ UK Direct from Brooklyn NY, Jody is a master of the unruly Anglo concertina, squeezing out vintage US tunes & songs that are hilarious, gritty & true - about train wrecks, wrecked marriages, Death Row convicts, lonesome lovers, heroes, losers, braggarts & idlers, often with strong bluesy flavours & fine choruses. Jody will present old-time tunes for concertina band & any other instruments you care to bring. Fiddlers are especially encouraged to attend & all are welcome from readers to ear players & from beginners to experts. Scores & audio will be available in advance, so come prepared for a good time playing some great tunes together as a band. JODY KRUSKAL PERFORMS AT LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB IN THE EVENING (£7; advance tickets available from the club & its website www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org) Provisional Timetable 10.45 Registration & coffee; order lunch (refreshments not included) 11.00 Learn Pearl Blake's Tune, Ora Lee, Barlow Knife & The rivers of Texas song. 12.30 Lunch 13.30 Study Old-Time rhythms, timing, harmony, chords & bass lines. 15.00 Tea/coffee 15.15 - 16.45 Perform for ourselves as a band & in small groups. N.B. Booking is recommended as numbers are limited. Maps & accommodation lists will be sent on request. BOOKING FORM I would like to attend the workshop. I enclose a cheque for £35.00 (refreshments not included). Email first for youth places. Name: Address: Instrument(s): No. of tickets for evening performance (£7 each, include SAE for these): Telephone: E-mail address: Tick for map: Tick for accommodation list: Please make cheques payable to Lewes Saturday Folk Club and send with this booking form to: Valmai Goodyear, 20, St. John's Terrace, LEWES, East Sussex BN7 2DL Tel. (01273) 476757 valmaigoodyear[at]aol[dot]com www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/
  10. Confused now. Should I have put this straight on the calendar? I just tried to do that with a different event but it's not showing there (18th. November).
  11. Tenterden Folk Festival Sunday 8th. October, 16:00 17:30 Glebe Hall, Church Road, Tenterden, Kent TN30 6AT, UK Spare Parts Concertina Band (Bryan Creer and Valmai Goodyear) bring three 3-part arrangements of traditional tunes for people to play together. They will suit any meldody instrument, not just concertinas, and all are welcome. You can download the tunes now from the Spare Parts Band website at http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php in midi (each harmony line separate) pdf and Noteworthy Composer. Feel free to try them out even if you aren't coming to the workshop. The tunes are Strily Vale, Christmas Box and A Sussex Waltz. Bryan & Valmai help to run Lewes Saturday Folk Club in Sussex (www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org) and also collaborated with Andy Warburton to publish the well-known Lewes Favourites tune books.
  12. The advance music for this is now ready to be sent out. We have a few evening tickets left for Leveret and preference is given to people who are booking for one of the workshops,. Sam Sweeney's is sold out and we only have three places left for Andy Cutting's.
  13. The advance music for this will be ready soon. We have some places for the workshop, and some tickets for Rob's evening performance with Leveret at Lewes Saturday Folk Club.
  14. Lewes Saturday Folk Club (a not-for-profit organisation) workshop 227 ROB HARBRON CONCERTINA WORKSHOP http://robertharbron.com/ Saturday 10th. September 2016 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m. Places £35 (£17 for two under 25-year olds) The Dorset, 22 Malling St, Lewes BN7 2RD The other members of Leveret, Andy Cutting (melodeon) and Sam Sweeney (fiddle) are also leading all-day workshops today. Rob is a composer, producer & one of the country's best players of English concertina. He is known for his work with Leveret, Sam Sweeney's Made In The Great War project, The Full English, Fay Hield & The Hurricane Party, Jon Boden & The Remnant Kings, Kerr Fagan Harbron, Emma Reid, Fieldfare, & The Royal Shakespeare Company. Rob's workshop will explore various elements and techniques with the aim of helping each attendee develop their own personal style of playing. He will cover aspects of technique that will help all players get the most from their instrument, including teaching some little-known tunes and some of the stylistic elements that can make those tunes work, as well as exploring chords and harmony. The workshop is focused on the English system but open to players of all systems. ROB HARBRON performs with LEVERET at THE ELEPHANT & CASTLE IN THE EVENING (£12; advance tickets available from the address at end of this post) ROB HARBRON CONCERTINA WORKSHOP Saturday 10th. September 2016 Provisional Timetable 10.45 Registration & coffee; order lunch (refreshments not included). 11.00 Basics - effective use of bellows, fingers, dynamics, phrasing and more 12.30 Lunch 13.30 Tunes - a few newly-rediscovered dance tunes and some techniques to play them well 15.00 Tea/coffee break 15.15 Chords - some techniques for beginning or improving chordal playing, and some ways of adding chords and harmony to tunes 16.45 Finish N.B. Booking is recommended as numbers are limited. Music, maps & accommodation lists will be sent in advance. ROB HARBRON CONCERTINA WORKSHOP Saturday 10th. September 2016 BOOKING FORM I enclose a cheque for £35.00 (email first for under-25 rate) for workshop fees (refreshments not included). Name: Address: Concertina system: No. of tickets for evening performance (£12 each, include SAE for these): Telephone: E-mail address: Tick for map: Tick for accommodation list: Please make cheques payable to Lewes Saturday Folk Club and send with this booking form to: Valmai Goodyear, 20, St. John's Terrace, LEWES, East Sussex BN7 2DL Tel. (01273) 476757 valmaigoodyear@aol.com www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org
  15. Cor, thanks for the kind remarks. The arrangement is published in Matt Seattle's Book 'Scottish Airs for Pairs'. He has also produced 'Airs for Pairs' and 'More Airs for Pairs'. His arrangements are inventive, lively and beautiful. James Oswald's 'Calendonian Pocket Companion' (shouldn't that be Sporran Companion?) isn't in print but there are several downloadable versions on the internet: try http://imslp.org/wiki/The_Caledonian_Pocket_Companion_%28Oswald,_James%29 and https://archive.org/details/caledonianpocket01rugg. Matt is a brilliant Border piper, guitarist and fiddler. He's researched and published several collections of Border music as well as composing his own. His website is http://www.dragonflymusic.co.uk/. Matt is doing an all-day workshop on arranging traditional tunes for any instrument at Lewes Saturday Folk Club on Saturday 2nd. July and performing at the folk club in the evening. Full details, timetable and a booking form are in this link: http://www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/LAFC/WS223desc.html.
  16. Shepherds of Yarrow arranged by Matt Seattle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgWLYKhQg78 Carolan's Draught arranged by Matt Seattle: http://www.songsfromthecaravan.co.uk/valmai-goodyear-and-bryan-creer-carolans-draught/ Hole in the Wall arranged by Matt Seattle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PdQd-MCny8 Lochanside arranged by Anne Hughes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG7tLGXB0Qo Terry Helyar generously invites all sorts of musicians to record in his caravan. Last year we were lucky enough to be asked. This is his site for the project: http://www.songsfromthecaravan.co.uk/
  17. Mandy Murray & Aisling Murray, Lewes Saturday Folk Club Saturday 7th. May 8:00 - 11.00 p.m. Elephant & Castle, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2DJ www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org Mandy Murray is an all-Ireland champion Anglo concertina player and fine singer. Her daughter Aisling Murray is also a delightful concertina player and intelligent, sensitive singer of mainly Irish traditional songs. Mandy runs wonderful Irish music sessions in Brighton which attract top local and visiting musicians. She is featured on the definitive set of Anglo concertina CDs 'Anglo International'. Mandy and Aisling will give us two forty-five minutes spots and the rest of the evening is filled by members of the audience performing a song or tune if they wish. Everyone is welcome, especially if you'd like to sing or play. We mostly sing and play traditional music from the British Isles, but we enjoy other styles as well. We always start off with some English dance tunes for anyone with an instrument to join in. We have a loyalty card. Six visits earn you £5 off an evening when admission is £5 or more. It's £6 tonight. Bring instruments to join in some Irish tunes as well.
  18. Just for fun, here are recordings we made of two of the arrangements during the practice sessions. They are rough and ready but give an idea of what was going on.Many thanks to all the players who enthusiastically joined in and took part in the workshop showcase concert at the end of the week. The dots and midis of the arrangements are still on the Tunes page of the Spare Parts Concertina Band website at http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php and will work for any melody instrument. Feel free to have a bash at them if you like them. https://soundcloud.com/valmai/chain-cotillion-2-whitby-folk-week-2014 On this one there's a technical hitch at the start but it settles down: https://soundcloud.com/valmai/welch-polkas
  19. Lewes Saturday Folk Club Workshop No 199 JODY KRUSKAL US OLD-TIME & VINTAGE MUSIC for all concertina systems www.jodykruskal.com Saturday 15th. November 2014 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m. Places £35 Elephant & Castle White Hill Lewes BN7 2DJ Direct from Brooklyn NY, Jody is a master of the unruly Anglo concertina, squeezing out vintage US tunes & songs that are hilarious, gritty & true - about train wrecks, wrecked marriages, Death Row convicts, lonesome lovers, heroes, losers, braggarts & idlers, often with strong bluesy flavours & fine choruses. The workshop will present a few American old-time songs & tunes for learning, simple techniques to get that American sound & develop elements of style & accompaniment. Also, participants are asked to prepare a song or tune of their choice (it doesn’t have to be American) to present to the group. Some music will be sent out in advance. JODY KRUSKAL PERFORMS AT LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB IN THE EVENING (£7; advance tickets available from address at the end of this post and from the club website) Provisional Timetable 10.45 Registration & coffee; order lunch (refreshments not included) 11.00 Learn a few American old-time tunes that sound great on any squeezebox. 12.30 Lunch 13.30 American style & accompaniment techniques that fit the new tunes we’ve learned. 15.00 Tea/coffee 15.15 - 16.45 Everyone gets a chance to present a tune or song for creative comments & suggestions. N.B. Booking is recommended as numbers are limited. Maps & accommodation lists will be sent on request. JODY KRUSKAL US OLD-TIME & VINTAGE MUSIC for all concertina systems Saturday 15th. November 2014 BOOKING FORM I enclose a cheque for £35.00 for workshop fees (refreshments not included). Name: Address: Concertina system: No. of tickets for evening performance (£7 each, include SAE for these): Telephone: E-mail address: Tick for map: Tick for accommodation list: Please make cheques payable to Lewes Saturday Folk Club and send with this booking form to: Valmai Goodyear, 20, St. John's Terrace, LEWES, East Sussex BN7 2DL Tel. (01273) 476757 valmaigoodyear@aol.com www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/
  20. Spare Parts have seen the programme now, and we've trimmed the music as follows to fit the timetable. This shows exactly which tunes we'll do on each day: WHITBY FOLK WEEK 2014 http://www.whitbyfolk.co.uk/ August 16th - 22nd 2014 CONCERTINA PART-PLAYING with SPARE PARTS CONCERTINA BAND Here are the three-part arrangements of tunes we're bringing to Whitby Folk Week 2014. We're running sessions for all concertina systems. We have four practice sessions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. all at 1.00 - 2.20 in the Brunswick Centre. We expect to be taking two sets of the arranged tunes we've worked on to the final workshop concert on Friday in the Spa Pavilion Hall. These are Chain Cotillion/La Fete de Village and Welch's 3-Part Polka (SussexTuneBookno.50)/Welch's Untitled Polka (SussexTuneBookno.47). To provide variety we'll also play an extra, easier arrangement each day but we're not aiming to get those ready for performance unless people particularly want to do them. The other tunes are - The practice schedule we be as follows - Monday Chain Cotillion/La Fete de Village Additional tune: A Jigg Ashling Tuesday Welch's 3-Part Polka (SussexTuneBookno.50)/Welch's Untitled Polka (SussexTuneBookno.47) Additional tune: Adjutant Davies's Swiss Guards March Wednesday Chain Cotillion/La Fete de Village Additional tune: Fourpence Ha'penny Farthing Thursday Welch's 3-Part Polka (SussexTuneBookno.50)/Welch's Untitled Polka (SussexTuneBookno.47) Additional tune: Frenet Hall You'll find all the tunes as pdfs, MIDI and Noteworthy files. Do get in touch if you can't make them work or want any help. If you want to concentrate on tunes which will definitely come up during the week, stick to Chain Cotillion/La Fete de Village and the Welch Family Polkas. PDF, MIDI and Noteworthy files Noteworthy software including a free viewer/player is available here
  21. In the daytime Mat Green leads a workshop on English dance music for fiddlers. Both workshops are using the same tunes and the two will combine in the afternoon. The music is now ready to be sent out by email. Full details of Mat's simultaneous workshop: Lewes Saturday Folk Club Workshop No 192 MAT GREEN: ENGLISH DANCE MUSIC for FIDDLE WORKSHOP Saturday 12th. July 2014 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m. Places £30 Elephant & Castle White Hill Lewes BN7 2DJ Mat is a fiddler from the village of Bampton in Oxfordshire & the Squire of Bampton Morris. As well as playing for the Morris he was in folk festival favourites The Woodpecker Band, & is in the concert band Magpie Lane. He has a distinctive fiddle style – quintessentially English & very danceable. The theme of the workshop is playing English country dance music in a lively, danceable was. The morning session is for fiddles only & in the afternoon we will join forces with Andy Turner’s concertina workshop to look at how different instruments can combine to make good dance music. Participants will be encouraged to play by ear but dots will be provided as a guide & sent out in advance. Not suitable for complete beginners. IN THE EVENING ANDY TURNER & MAT GREEN play at LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB (£7; tickets from club, website or address at end of this form) 10.45 Registration & coffee; please order lunch at the bar (refreshments not included) 11.00 English dance music on the fiddle 13.00 -14.00 Lunch 14.00 Dance music for fiddle & concertina 15.30 Tea/coffee break 15.45 Recap & Grand Finale! 16.45 Finish N.B. Booking is recommended as numbers are limited. Maps, music & accommodation lists will be sent in advance. MAT GREEN ENGLISH DANCE MUSIC for FIDDLE WORKSHOP Saturday 12th. July 2014 BOOKING FORM I enclose a cheque for £30.00 for workshop fees (refreshments not included). Name: Address: No. of tickets for evening performance (£7 each, include SAE for these): Telephone: E-mail address: Tick for map: Tick for accommodation list: Please make cheques payable to Lewes Saturday Folk Club and send with this booking form to: Valmai Goodyear, 20, St. John's Terrace, LEWES, East Sussex BN7 2DL Tel. (01273) 476757 valmaigoodyear@aol.com www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/
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