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Juan María Solare was born in Buenos Aires on August 11th, 1966.

Education: Studies and diploma in Piano, Composition and Conducting at the Conservatorio Nacional (Argentina). Between 1993 and 1996 he undertook postgraduate studies on Composition at the Musikhochschule in Cologne (Germany) under the guidance of Johannes Fritsch, Clarence Barlow and Mauricio Kagel, under the auspices of a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Between October 1997 and February 1999, postgraduate studies with Helmut Lachenmann in Stuttgart. Between 1999 and 2001 studied electronic music with Hans Ulrich Humpert in Cologne (with Diploma). In April 2005 he obtained the title "Licenciado en Composición" (Master degree) from the Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte in Buenos Aires.  2007 Konzertexamen (master) in electroacoustic composition at the Musikhochschule in Cologne. Since 1993 he regularly met and took part in seminars given by Karlheinz Stockhausen. Currently he is doing a PhD in music education at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (subject: Formation of the professional composer).

Teaching positions: From 1986 until 1993 he taught Harmony, Morphology and Chamber Music at the Conservatory of Tandil (Argentina). Since January 2002 he gives piano tuition at the Musikschule Bremen (Germany). Since October 2002 conducts the Orquesta no típica, a chamber music group devoted to tango music at the University of Bremen. Since October 2004 he teaches piano at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen. Since Oct. 2007 he teaches New Music Theatre (Ensemble Kagel) at the  University of Bremen. From Dec. 2007 to April 2008 he was Assistant Professor (music theory) at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

He gives courses and lectures on contemporary music (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, Ateneo de Madrid, Institut für neue Musik und Musikerziehung, Darmstadt, Université Permanente, Nantes, Latvian House, London; Conservatorio del Principado de Asturias, Oviedo, Escuela de Música de Tucumán). Besides, private tuition (piano) and public seminars on tango music and contemporary music.

Articles: Beside his compositional activities he also writes for diverse publications (mainly in Spain but also for Tempo in UK) and for the radio (Deutsche Welle, Südwestfunk).

Awards: His compositions obtained prizes and awards in Argentina ("Promociones Musicales", "National Endowment for the Arts", Federación Argentina de Música Electroacústica), United Kingdom (British & International Bass Forum), Austria (Yage und Aspekte Salzburg), Germany (Walter Witte Viola-Stiftung, Bremer Komponistenwettbewerb) and Spain (Radio Clásica-CDMC). In 1993 and 1994 he had a scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Between July 1998 and June 1999 he held a scholarship of the Heinrich-Strobel Foundation (Baden-Baden). Since June 2001 until May 2002 he was composer in residence at the House of Artists in Worpswede (Germany). In October 2004 he won the "Bremer Komponistenwettbewerb".

Jury member: In January 2002, jury (piano) in Jugend Musiziert (Germany). March 2004: Jury (piano) in the competition for young pianists piccole mani (Perugia, Italy), whereby there was a work by him as an obligatory piece in each category. In September 2004 he was on the jury (composition) in the competition "Xicöatl" (Salzburg). Jan-Jul 2007: jury at the clarinet competition "Primera Maratón Musical" organized  by Clariperú, with his work Convalecencia as obligatory piece.

Oeuvre: About 300 works composed, over half of them already premiered. His pieces are broadcasted regularly (Radio Nacional de España, Deutsche Welle, Radio Bremen, Radio Fabrik Salzburg, Radio Universitaria Sao Paulo, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Bayerischer Rundfunk). In 2002 he received a commission from the CDMC (Centro para la Difusión de la Música Contemporánea, Madrid), in 2003 from the Kunststiftung NRW (Düsseldorf); in 2004 again from CDMC (Spain) and from the Bremen Music Council. On 30th June 2004 his Concertango was premiered by the Orchestra of the Universität Bremen (cond.: Susanne Gläß). Nine CDs from different performers include his pieces.

He also composed music for five short films and Internet animations (see

As a pianist (both as soloist as in diverse chamber music groups), his repertory has two main centers: classical music of our time and tango argentino, with his own pieces in both categories.
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Juan María Solare * Pianist & composer - tango

He was born on 11th August 1966 in Buenos Aires, where he studied piano with Alicia Belleville privately and with María Teresa Criscuolo and Perla Brúgola at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música "Carlos López Buchardo"; at this institution he graduated in 1989 with title of "Profesor Nacional Superior de Piano", concluding his ten-years studies with a public examination.

He also studied Conducting with Mario Benzecry and studied Composition with Fermina Casanova, Valdo Sciammarella and Juan Carlos Zorzi at the mentioned institution, where he achieved the title of "Profesor Nacional Superior de Composición" in 1993. Paralelly he studied Music Analysis privately with Francisco Kröpfl. After that he undertook postgraduate courses in Composition in Germany (Hochschule für Musik in Cologne). He received the title of Licenciado en Composición in April 2005 (IUNA, Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte, Buenos Aires).

He lives since 1993 in Germany with activities centres in Cologne & Bremen.

As a composer, besides having written tangos "post-Piazzolla", is the originator of the musical genre of the tango deconstruido, that unites elements of the tanguistic tradition and principles of the avant-garde, using postmodern techniques of musical deconstruction (and reconstruction). Within this musical genre he composed titles as "Fragmentango", "Viejo Fueye Deconstruido" or "Atonalgotán", among others.

The orchestra of the University of Bremen, conducted by Susanne Gläß, performed the premiere of the Concertango, for large orchestra, by Juan María Solare, in the German cities of Varrel and Bremen, on 30th June and 1st July 2004 respectively. These concerts (that have been patronizes by the Argentine Embassy in Berlin) were visited by some 300 persons each day.

Solare is (musical and artistic) director of the Orquesta no típica, a ten members chamber music group devoted to tango, that is financed by the University of Bremen. Bremen is thus one of the few European cities where tango music is thaught at University level. In this ensemble Solare makes the arrangements, plays the piano and conducts, besides managing he concerts. The repertory of this group extends from the Guardia Vieja, through Gardel, Troilo and Piazzolla, until nowadays tango. The Orquesta no típica has premiered works by Juan Solare, Jorge Pítari, Gabriel Senanes, Eduardo Kohan, Gustavo Lanzón, Héctor Maisano and Luis Mihovilcevic. See .

Solare has given also seminars and workshops "hands on" of tango music in different German cities (Bremen, Bremerhaven). He also published articles on tango topics, especially in his section "Mordentes" of the magazine Doce Notas (Madrid). His essay about the notation of tango music (mgazine L’Orfeo, Mexico, October 2008) must be mentioned, besides another article about Tango Deconstruido, and a series of Ensemble Exercises.

On 13th April 2007 Solare gave at the Departamento de Artes Musicales y Sonoras (of the IUNA, Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte) in Buenos Aires a course on the subject "deconstructing tangos" for composers and performers. On 25th April 2007 he read a paper about the "3 préludes" for piano by Piazzolla at the Segundas Jornadas Internacionales Astor Piazzolla in Buenos Aires. On 15th May 2009 he gave a lecture illustrated with cover pages of old tango scores, "A short history of tango through visual arts", within the frame of the First festival "Tango Rojo" organised by the rojoynegroclub at the Latvian House, London. On 14th May 2010 he gave a lecture about the history of the orquestas típicas (up to Troilo), in the frame of the Second Festival "Tango Rojo".

He edited for the publishing house Ricordi München the album Arte del Tango, with tangos by fifteen Argentine contemporary composers, that was presented in March 2006 at the Internationale Musikmesse in Frankfurt (Ricordi, Sy 2765, ISBN 3-938809-13-2). Du to appear (end 2010) is another album for Ricordi with tangos for piano four hands, and one monographic album with works by Saúl Cosentino (2011).

During three years (2006-2008), Solare was artistic director of the cycle Tango Spezial at the cultural centre westend in Bremen (8 anual concerts).

Together with saxophonist Eduardo Kohan, Solare released in August 2006 the CD Tango Nómade, that besides traditional tangos features five own pieces. His first CD as piano soloist is Tango Monologues (2010), that includes twelve own works and eight traditional tangos.

As a pianist, Solare was part of the Trío Arrabal (together with Enrique Martín "Pitu" Entenza, bandoneon, and Claudio Elías, double bass) and integrates currently the piano duo Dinamitango, together with Gustavo Lanzón. Solare plays also in the QuinteTTTango of Bremerhaven, in the Dúo Diagonal (with cellist Gesa Biffio); and mainly mainly in the Dúo Tangente (with the violinist Gert Gondosch), that expands up to the Ensemble Tangente (with voice, bandoneon, cello/double bass and dance), and in the dúo Tango Nómade (together with the saxophonist Eduardo Kohan).

Solare performed at the Sexta Cumbre Mundial del Tango (Sixthe World Tango Summit) in Seville on 12th March 2005 (as part of the dúo Dinamitango), representing officially to the city of Bremen (with the support of the foundation Waldemar-Koch-Stiftung). He also played at the Octava Cumbre Mundial del Tango (Eight World Tango Summit) in Bariloche (concertos on 6th and 7th March 2009) and at the 22nd Festival Internacional de Tango in Granada (concerts on 10th and 11th March 2010). He will also participate at the Novena Cumbre Mundial del Tango (Ninth World Tango Summit) in Seinäjoki (Finland) both with his Dúo Tangente and with Tango Nómade, in July 2011.

Alone or in groups, Solare performed some 500 concerts in several Argentine cities (Buenos Aires & surroundings, Tandil, Córdoba, Zárate, Bariloche, Mendoza, Tucumán, Córdoba) and European (Cologne, Berlin, Göttingen, Worpswede, Verden, Bremen, Munich, Bremerhaven, Hannover, Hamburgo, Heidelberg; Amsterdam, Geneva, Seville, Madrid, Granada, Oviedo, London, Graz, etc.).

Besides giving tango recitals, Solare performs classical music of our time (Cage, Schönberg, Scriabin, Liszt, Berio, Pärt, etc.) and his own compositions. S soloist or in diverse chamber music line-ups.
Composer and pianist Juan María Solare was born in Buenos Aires (Argentina) in 1966 and has lived in Germany since 1993. He studied with María Teresa Criscuolo, Fermina Casanova, Juan Carlos Zorzi and Francisco Kröpfl (Bs As), Johannes Fritsch, Helmut Lachemann and Hans-Ulrich Humpert. Solare was the last pupil of Mauricio Kagel. He obtained scholarships from the DAAD, the foundation Heinrich-Strobel-Stiftung (Baden-Baden) and the Künstlerhäuser Worpswede.
Currently, Solare teaches piano at the Musikschule Bremen, tango music at the Universität Bremen and Composition and Arrangements at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen.
Most of his over 300 compositions are performed throughout Europe and broadcasted regularly. Eight CDs by diverse performers include at least one piece by Solare. As pianist, centr of his repertory ar the classical music of our time (Cage, Schönberg, Pärt) and Argentine tango music - featuring his own works in both categories. Besides compositive and pianistic activities, he writes for music magazines (Madrid, Mexico, Buenos Aires, Köln, London) and for the radio (Deutsche Welle, Südwestfunk).
Prof. Juan María Solare - composer & pianist
He was born on August 11th 1966 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he studied Piano with María Teresa Criscuolo and Perla Brúgola. He studied Conducting with Mario Benzecry, and Composition with Fermina Casanova, Valdo Sciammarella and Juan Carlos Zorzi. In 1989 he graduated as Superior Professor of Piano and in 1993 as Superior Professor of Composition, both at the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires. He also studied Music Analysis privately under the guidance of Francisco Kröpfl.

Diploma in Composition with Johannes Fritsch (Künstlerische Reifeprüfung) at the Musikhochschule in Cologne. Postgraduate course with Mauricio Kagel (1996). From October 1997 to Febraury 1999 he studied with Helmut Lachenmann in Stuttgart. Between 1999 and 2001 studied electronic music with Hans Ulrich Humpert in Cologne, with Diploma. In April 2005 he obtained the title "Licenciado en Composición" (Master in Composition) from the Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte in Buenos Aires. Currently he is doing a PhD in music education at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and the Konzertexamen (master) in electroacoustic composition at the Musikhochschule in Cologne.

He has undertaken courses of study -in Argentina and abroad- with Ljerko Spiller (Chamber Music, Dec. 1986 and Jan. 1988 in Bariloche), Mónica Cosachov (Chamber, Mar. to Dec. 1989 in Buenos Aires), Liliana Cangiano (Choir, Mar. to Dec. 1987 in Buenos Aires), Rosalyn Tureck (Piano, Sep. 1989 in Buenos Aires), Antoní Ros-Marbá (Conducting, Dec. 1989 in Madrid), Luis de Pablo (Analysis, Feb. 1992 in Madrid), Juan Allende-Blin (Hörspiel/Radiotheater, July 1992 in Buenos Aires), Hans Jürgen von Bose (Music theater, August 1992 in Buenos Aires), Jorge Haro (Music and Computing, June 1993 in Buenos Aires), Klarenz Barlow (MusiQuantic: Music and Number, June 1994, Cologne) and Siegfried Mauser (piano, April 1995, Darmstadt), Peter Gülke und Helmuth Rilling (conducting, August 1995, Stuttgart) Tom Johnson (self-similar melodies, October 1995, Cologne), Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Piano, Feb. 1996, Cologne), Guy Reibel (vocal improvisation, Apr. 1996, Darmstadt), Vinko Globokar (instrumental improvisation, Apr. 1996, Darmstadt), Cristóbal Halffter, Tomás Marco and Javier Darias (Composition, June 1996, Mollina, Spain), Tom Johnson (Komposition, July 1996, St-Germain des Angles, France), Dieter Schnebel (his works, September 1997, Montevideo, Uruguay), György Kurtág (chamber music, June 1998, Cologne), Rainer Wehinger (electronic music, Stuttgart, July 1998), Karlheinz Stockhausen (his works, August 1998, August 1999 and August 2001, Kürten), Claude Delangle (contemporary Saxophon, Buenos Aires, October 1999), Pierre Strauch (contemporary Cello, Buenos Aires, October 1999), José Luis Campana (his works and computer music, Buenos Aires, October 1999), Mauricio Sotelo and Manfred Trojahn (composition, Mollina, Juli 2000), Gerhard Stäbler & Kunsu Shim (graphic scores), Toshio Hosokawa (his compositions).

He has given several solo piano and chamber recitals throughout Argentina (notably in Buenos Aires, Tandil, Córdoba, Bariloche, Zárate, Mendoza, San Martín de los Andes) and performed in Europe (Göttingen, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Bremerhaven, Ottersberg, Verden, Misselwarden, Bremen, Worpswede, Hamburg, Bonn, Hannover, Heyerhöfen, Bassum, Herxheim, Heidelberg; Amsterdam, Geneva, Sevilla, Madrid, Granada, Oviedo, Svendborg, London, Graz).

Founding Member (in June 1999) of the ensemble "die Kugel" (the sphere) of controlled improvisation of the society "Künstler Kontakte Köln" ("Artistic Contacts Cologne").

Performances of his works in Buenos Aires (1986, 1991, 99, 2002, 03, 05, 06, 07, 09), Tandil (1987, 1991, 1996, 1998, 2005, 07, 09), Darmstadt (1992, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2003), Cologne (every year from 1993 to 2003, 05, 06, 07, 08), Lüchow (1995), Delmenhorst (1995) Gelsenkirchen (1996), Heidelberg (1997, 2002, 10), Bremen (1997, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 09), Madrid (1998, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 06, 08, 09, 10), Córdoba (Arg, 1998, 2009), Stuttgart (1998, 99, 2002), Dresden (1999), Luxemburgo (1999), Beaufort (Lux, 1999), Guelph (Canada, 1999), Leverkusen (1999, 2003), Paris (1999, 2007), Amsterdam (1999, 2003, 2004), Rome (1999, 2002, 2004, 2007), Bologna (2000, 2003), Diez (2000), Wuppertal (2000, 2001, 2002, 2005), Mendoza (2000, 2003, 05), Düsseldorf (2000-01), London (2000-05, 2007-09), Berlin (2000, 01, 05, 06, 08, 09, 10), La Habana (2001), Lörrach (2001), Worpswede (2001, 2002, 2003, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10), Ottersberg (2002, 06, 07), Chester (2002), Tilburg (2002), Veere (Holland, 2002), Utrecht (2002), Valladolid, Lilienthal (2002, 2004, 07, 08), Gotenborg (2002), Munich (2003), New York (2003, 04, 05), Osaka (2003), Cincinnati (2003), Middletown (Connecticut, 2003), Buffalo (2003), Flensburg (2003), Oldenburg (2003), Gersfeld (2003), Vienna (2003), Indianapolis (2003), Singapur (2003), Perugia (2004), Verden (2004), Leichlingen, Bacau (Rumania, 2004), Varrel (Germany, 2004), Adelphi (USA), Sondershausen (2004), Alicante (2004, 2006), Wiesbaden (2004), Utuado (Puerto Rico), Lima (Perú, 2004-05), Kirchweyhe (2005), Sevilla (2005), Sofía (Bulgaria), Bremerhaven (Germany, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 10), Geneva (Switzerland, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10), Fischerhude (Germany, 2005), Trieste (Italy, 2005, 07), Toluca (Mexico), Zacatecas (Mexico), Misselwarden (Germany, 2006), Hamburg (2006, 07, 10), Juiz de Fora (Minas Gerais, Brasil, 2006), La Plata (Arg., 2006, 07, 08, 10), Bad Bederkesa (Germany, 2006), Bonn (2006), Carouge (Switzerland, 2007), San Martín de los Andes (Arg., 2007, 09), Karlsruhe (2007), Fonsagrada (2007), Lucena (2007), San Antonio (Texas, 2007), Nuevo León (México, 2007), Monterrey (2007), Hannover (2007), San José (Costa Rica, 2007), Antwerpen (Belgium, 2007), Heyerhöfen (Germany, 2008), San Juan (Arg., 2008), Lincoln (Arg., 2008), Svendborg (Denmark, 2008, 10), Schwerin (Germany, 2008, 10), Bassum (Germany, 2008), Tucumán (Arg., 2008, 09), Ohio (USA, 2008, 09), Bariloche (Arg., 2009), Graz (2009), Herxheim (Germany, 2009), Pretoria (South Africa, 2009), Santiago de Compostela (2009), Cieza (Spain, 2009), San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Spain, 2009), Granada (2010), Oviedo (2010), Missouri (2010), Oklahoma (2010), Murcia (2010), Almansa (2010), Frankfurt (2010). Portrait-concert in the auditorium "Freie Kammerspiele Köln" (Cologne, May 27th 1998, organized by the Rheinische Musikschule).

In 1990 his string quartet Demeter was awarded First prize in the annual competition for composers organized by Promociones Musicales de la Argentina. In 1995 his Musical Theater piece Black Bart, for soprano sola, was selected by Hans-Joachim Hespos (Germany) in an internacional competition for one-minute-long compositions. In 1996 three Honourable Mentions -for the works Epiclesis (flute), Vae Victis (saxo) and Un Haiku bilingüe (choir)- in the competition "Juan Carlos Paz", organized by the "Fondo Nacional de las Artes", Argentina. In 1999 Honourable Mention for his piece "El Caballero de la triste figura" (double bass) in the Composition Contest of the British & International Bass Forum (BIBF), UK. In June 2000 his "Nenia in memoriam Juan Pedro Franze" was presented in Amsterdam at the International Rostrum of Composers (UNESCO) before producers from 35 broadcasting stations. November 2000 Third Honorific Mention in the "First Composition Competition for Guitar 'Agustín Barrios Mangoré'" organized by the Associations YAGE and ASPEKTE SALZBURG. In May 2001 his piece "Arriba los de abajo" (for Trio Basso) achieves the Third Price in the composition contest of the "Viola-Stiftung Walter Witte" (Viola Foundation Walter-Witte) in Frankfurt. In October 2004 only prize winner in the "Bremer Komponistenwettbewerb" (Bremen, Germany). First Prize (September 2005) at the 2nd "Concurso Promociones Electroacústicas" organized by the Federación Argentina de Música Electroacústica, the Conservatorio Nacional and the Instituto Tecnológico ORT, for his piece "Point of no return".

In July 1992, 1994 and 1998 he won scholarships from the Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt to attend the Courses for New Music (Ferienkurse für neue Musik). Lessons with Brian Ferneyhough and Bernhard Wambach.

In April 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 he attended the congresses "Music and Performance", "Music and Technic", "Improvisation, Performance, Scene", "Music and Ritual" and "New Music 1999: Balance and Perspectives", organized by the Institut for New Music and Music Education in Darmstadt. In April 2000 he gave there at the Congress "Sound and Perception" a lecture on Luigi Nono. In 2001 he attended the Congress "Concert - Sound Art - Computer" and in 2002 the Congress "Voice". In 2003 he attended the Congress "Interculture" and organised a concert with "Electroacoustic music from Iberoamerica".

In Juli 1994 he attended the course for "Algorithmic Real-time Composition" by Clarence Barlow in Madrid, organized by the Centre for the Diffusion of Contemporary Music (CDMC) and its Laboratory of Musical Informatic and Electronic (LIEM).

Since 1986 until 1993 he taught Harmony, Counterpoint, Morphology, History of Music, Acoustics and Chamber Music at the Conservatory of Tandil (Argentina), and also gives private tuition in XXth Century techniques (as at the SEAD, Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, or at the Université Permanente in Nantes, at the Conservatorio de Asturias in Oviedo or at the Conservatorio Real in Madrid). He occasionally gives public lectures on these topics. Since January 2002 gives piano tuition at the Musikschule Bremen. Since October 2002 he conducts a chamber music group devoted to tango at the University Bremen.

In January 2002 he was jury (piano) in the 39th regional competition Jugend Musiziert of the regions of Diepholz, Nienburg, Schaumburg (close to Bremen).

He contributed articles as a freelance writer to the music magazine Clásica, and to the newspapers La Nación, El Sol, Nuevos Aires, Bitácora, El Eco, Nueva Era and La Mañana (Argentina). Over 150 articles published. Translations from German and English for col legno Records (Munich) and for the International Bach Academy (Stuttgart). Regular columnist and correspondent of the magazines "Ritmo", "Doce Notas" (Madrid) and "Clásica" (Buenos Aires). Writes on chess for "Jaque" (Madrid).

Between May 1990 and May 1992 he produced "Music of the Middle Age and the Renaissance" on Radio Clasica. From December 1990 to August 1991 he conducted "Interdiscipline in Art", a music programme for Radio Cultura (both in Buenos Aires). Since September 1994 he is collaborator in the Spanish Short-Wave program of the German radio Deutsche Welle (Cologne). Correspondent of Radio Contemporánea (Gonnet, Arg.). Between January and June 1998 he produced (from Cologne) the radio programm "Medio Siglo" (Half a Century) on contemporary music for Radio Clásica.

Since October 1993 up to December 1994 he took up a scholarship awarded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to undertake a postgraduate course for one year in Composition and Analysis at the High School of Music in Cologne with Professor Johannes Fritsch. There he also studied Computer Music with Clarence Barlow, Contemporary Piano Techniques with Klaus Runze and Instrumentation with Martin Herchenröder.

July 1998 - June 1999 scholarship of the Heinrich Strobel Foundation (Baden-Baden).

June 2001 - May 2002 he held a scholarship at the Künstlerhäuser in Worpswede, Germany.

Three of his works had been published by the Verlag Dohr (Cologne). Ediciones GCC (Grupo de Canto Coral = Group for Choral singing) will publish in the following months seven of his Choral works. Ricordi Munich published his "Apuntes en una libreta de apuntes" for guitar. Four of his pieces appeared in the album Arte del Tango (Ricordi Munich, 2006).
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