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The Chappell collection of great theatre composers., [Book edited and designed by Lee Snider]
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  • For voice and piano, in part with chord symbols
  • Date of copyright varies with individual songs. Volumes have no collective copyright
Contents
  • v.1: Richard Adler, Harold Arlen, Leonard Bernstein, Marc Blitzstein, Al Carmines, Moose Charlap, Noel Coward, B.G. DeSylva/Lew Brown/Ray Henderson, Vernon Duke, Duke Ellington, Sammy Fain, George Gershwin, Morton Gould. --.v.2: Albert Hague, David Heneker, Harold Karr, Burton Lane, Morgan Lewis, Frederick Loewe, Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane, Bob Merrill, Marguerite Monnot, Douglas Moore, Jerome Moross, John Morris, Cyril Ornadel, Cole Porter, and Andre Previn.--. v.3: Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Harold Rome, Laurence Rosenthal, Harvey Schmidt, Arthur Schwartz, Stephen Sondheim, Jule Styne, Kurt Weill, Sandy Wilson, and Victor Young
  • ǂg v. 1. ǂt Kwamina. ǂt Nothing more to look forward to ; ǂt What's wrong with me? / ǂr Richard Adler. ǂt St. Louis woman. ǂt Anyplace I hang my hat is home ; ǂt Come rain or come shine ; ǂt Legalize my name ; ǂt Bloomer girl. ǂt Right as the rain ; ǂt When the boys come home / ǂr Harold Arlen. ǂt Wonderful town. ǂt It's love ; ǂt Ohio / ǂr Leonard Bernstein. ǂt The cradle will rock. ǂt The cradle will rock ; ǂt Reuben, Reuben. ǂt The hills of Amalfi ; ǂt Juno. ǂt I wish it so ; ǂt My true heart. ǂt The cradle will rock. ǂt Nickel under the foot / ǂr Marc Blitzstein. ǂt Promenade. ǂt Promenade theme / ǂr Al Carmines. ǂt Kelly. ǂt I'll never go there anymore / ǂr Moose Charlap. ǂt Waiting in the wings. ǂt Come the wild, wild weather. ǂt Operette. ǂt Dearest love ; ǂt Conversation piece. ǂt I'll follow my secret heart ; ǂt The girl who came to supper. ǂt I'll remember her ; ǂt Set to music. ǂt I'm so weary of it all ; ǂt Sail away. ǂt Later than spring. ǂt Conversation piece. ǂr Regency rakes ; ǂt There's always something fishy about the French ; ǂt Tonight at 8:30. ǂt You were there / ǂr Noel Coward. ǂt Follow thru. ǂt Button up your overcoat ; ǂt Sunny side up : film. ǂt If I had a talking picture of you ; ǂt Good news. ǂt Just imagine. ǂt George White's scandals, 11th edition. ǂt Life is just a bowl of cherries ; ǂt Hold everything. ǂt My lucky star ; ǂt Sunny side up : film. ǂt Sunny side up ; ǂt George White's scandals, 11th edition. ǂt The thrill is gone ; ǂt Hold everything. ǂt You're the cream in my coffee / ǂr B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson. ǂt Dancing in the streets. ǂt Got a bran' new Daddy ; ǂt Ziegfeld follies of 1936. ǂt I can't get started ; ǂt Island in the West Indies ; ǂt Goldwyn follies : film. ǂt Spring again / ǂr Vernon Duke. ǂt Beggar's holiday. ǂt Take love easy ; ǂt Tomorrow Mountain / ǂr Duke Ellington. ǂt Ankles away. ǂt An eleven o'clock song ; ǂt George White's scandals, 1939-40. ǂt Are you havin' any fun? ; ǂt Flahooley. ǂt Here's to your illusions ; ǂt Ankles away. ǂt His and hers ; ǂt Right this way. ǂt I'll be seeing you ; ǂt Flahooley. ǂt The springtime cometh / ǂr Sammy Fain. ǂt Shocking Miss Pilgrim : film. ǂt Aren't you kind of glad we did? ; ǂt Shall we dance : film. ǂt (I've got) beginner's luck ; ǂt Shocking Miss Pilgrim : film. ǂt Changing my tune ; ǂt A damsel in distress : film. ǂt A foggy day ; ǂt The jolly tar and the milk maid ; ǂt Goldwyn follies : film. ǂt Love is here to stay ; ǂt Porgy and Bess. ǂt My man's gone now ; ǂt A damsel in distress : film. ǂt Nice work if you can get it ; ǂt Porgy and Bess. ǂt Summertime ; ǂt Shall we dance : film. ǂt They all laughed ; ǂt They can't take that away from me ; ǂt A damsel in distress : film. ǂt Things are looking up / ǂr George Gershwin. ǂt Billion dollar baby. ǂt I got a one track mind ; ǂt Arms and the girl. ǂt Nothin' for nothin' ; ǂt There must be somethin' better than this / ǂr Morton Gould --
  • ǂg v. 2. ǂt Plain and fancy. ǂt Follow your heart ; ǂt Redhead. My girl is just enough woman for me ; ǂt Plain and fancy. ǂt Young and foolish / ǂr Albert Hague. ǂt Half a sixpence. ǂt If the rain's got to fall ; ǂt Money to burn / ǂr David Heneker. ǂt We take the town. ǂt How does the wine taste? ; ǂt Happy hunting. ǂt Mutual admiration society ; ǂt We take the town. ǂt A wedded man / ǂr Harold Karr. ǂt Hold on to your hats. ǂt Don't let it get you down ; ǂt Finian's rainbow. ǂt How are things in Glocca Mora? ; ǂt On a clear day you can see forever. ǂt Hurry! it's lovely up here! ; ǂt Finian's rainbow. ǂt Look to the rainbow. ǂt On a clear day. ǂt On a clear day (you can see forever). ǂt Finian's rainbow. ǂt Something sort of grandish ; ǂt Hold on to your hats. ǂt There's a great day coming mañana ; ǂt On a clear day. ǂt What did I have that I don't have? / ǂr Burton Lane. ǂt Two for the show. ǂt How high the moon / ǂr Morgan Lewis. ǂt Paint your wagon. ǂt Another autumn ; ǂt The day before spring. ǂt The day before spring ; ǂt I love you this morning ; ǂt Camelot. ǂt I loved you once in silence. ǂt Gigi : film. ǂt I remember it well ; ǂt Paint your wagon. ǂt I still see Elisa ; ǂt Camelot. ǂt If ever I would leave you ; ǂt My fair lady. ǂt I've grown accustomed to her face ; ǂt Just you wait ; ǂt Camelot. ǂt The simple joys of maidenhood ; ǂt My fair lady. ǂt Without you / ǂr Frederick Loewe. ǂt Best foot forward. ǂt Buckle down, Winsocki ; ǂt Ev'ry time ; ǂt Look Ma, I'm dancin'. ǂt I'm not so bright ; ǂt Best foot forward. ǂt Just a little joint with a juke box / ǂr Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane. ǂt New girl in town. ǂt If that was love ; ǂt It's good to be alive ; ǂt Sunshine girl / ǂr Bob Merrill. ǂt Irma La Douce. ǂt From a prison cell ; ǂt Irma La Douce ; ǂt Our language of love / ǂr Marguerite Monnot. ǂt The ballad of Baby Doe. ǂt Letter song ; ǂt Willow song / ǂr Douglas Moore. ǂt The golden apple. ǂt It's the going home together ; ǂt Ballet ballads. ǂt I've got me. ǂt The golden apple. ǂt Lazy afternoon ; ǂt Windflowers / ǂr Jerome Moross. ǂt A time for singing. ǂt How green was my valley ; ǂt Let me love you / ǂr John Morris. ǂt Pickwick. ǂt If I ruled the world / ǂr Cyril Ornadel. ǂt Silk stockings. ǂt All of you ; ǂt You never know. ǂt At long last love ; ǂt Something for the boys. ǂt Could it be you ; ǂt Let's face it. ǂt Ev'rything I love ; ǂt Out of this world. ǂt From this moment on ; ǂt Panama Hattie. ǂt I've still got my health ; ǂt Let's be buddies ; ǂt Make it another old fashioned, please ; ǂt Silk stockings. ǂt Paris loves lovers ; ǂt Silk stockings ; ǂt Something for the boys. ǂt You'd be so nice to come home to / ǂr Cole Porter. ǂt Coco. ǂt Coco ; ǂt The money rings out like freedom / ǂr André Previn --
  • ǂg v. 3. ǂt Me & Juliet. ǂt The big black giant ; ǂt On your toes. ǂt The heart is quicker than the eye ; ǂt The King and I. ǂt I have dreamed ; ǂt Babes in arms. ǂt I wish I were in love again ; ǂt The sound of music. ǂt My favorite things ; ǂt Oklahoma. ǂt Oklahoma! ; ǂt South Pacific. ǂt Some enchanted evening ; ǂt No strings. ǂt The sweetest sounds ; ǂt By Jupiter. ǂt Wait till you see her ; ǂt Allegro. ǂt You are never away ; ǂt Pal Joey. ǂt Zip / ǂr Richard Rodgers. ǂt Up in Central Park. ǂt Carousel in the park ; ǂt Close as pages in a book ; ǂt The girl in pink tights. ǂt Lost in loveliness / ǂr Sigmund Romberg. ǂt Destry rides again. ǂt Anyone would love you ; ǂt Fanny. ǂt Fanny ; ǂt I have to tell you ; ǂt Destry rides again. ǂt I know your kind ; ǂt I can get it for you wholesale. ǂt Miss Marmelstein ; ǂt Pins and needles. ǂt Nobody makes a pass at me ; ǂt Wish you were here. ǂt Wish you were here / ǂr Harold Rome. ǂt Sherry! ǂt Maybe it's time for me / ǂr Laurence Rosenthal. ǂt Celebration. ǂt Celebration ; ǂt Colette. ǂt Earthly paradise ; ǂt I do! I do! ǂt I do, I do ; ǂt 110 in the shade. ǂt Is it really me? ; ǂt Celebration. ǂt Love song ; ǂt The fantasticks. ǂt Soon it's gonna rain ; ǂt Try to remember ; ǂt I do! I do! ǂt What is a woman? / ǂr Harvey Schmidt. ǂt Between the devil. ǂt By myself ; ǂt Inside U.S.A. ǂt Haunted heart ; ǂt Between the devil. ǂt I see your face before me / ǂr Arthur Schwartz. ǂt Anyone can whistle. ǂt Anyone can whistle ; ǂt A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. ǂt Comedy tonight ; ǂt Love, I hear ; ǂt Lovely ; ǂt Anyone can whistle. ǂt A parade in town ; ǂt Evening primrose. ǂt Take me to the world / ǂr Stephen Sondheim. ǂt Do re mi. ǂt Cry like the wind ; ǂt Hazel Flagg. ǂt How do you speak to an angel? ; ǂt Subways are for sleeping. ǂt I'm just taking my time ; ǂt Darling of the day. ǂt I've got a rainbow working for me ; ǂt Bells are ringing. ǂt Just in time ; ǂt Do re mi. ǂt Make someone happy. ǂt Funny girl. ǂt The music that makes me dance ; ǂt Hallelujah, baby! ǂt My own morning ; ǂt Funny girl. ǂt People ; ǂt Gypsy. ǂt Some people ; ǂt Fade out, fade in. ǂt You mustn't feel discouraged / ǂr Jule Styne. ǂt Love life. ǂt Green-up time ; ǂt Knickerbocker holiday. ǂt It never was you. ǂt Lost in the stars. ǂt Lost in the stars ; ǂt Street scene. ǂt Lonely house ; ǂt Love life. ǂt Love song ; ǂt Lady in the dark. ǂt My ship ; ǂt Knickerbocker holiday. ǂt September song ; ǂt One touch of Venus. ǂt Speak low / ǂr Kurt Weill. ǂt The boy friend. ǂt Won't you Charleston with me? / ǂr Sandy Wilson. ǂt Seventh heaven. ǂt A "miss you" kiss / ǂr Victor Young
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
3 v. of music
Note
Fine Arts, v. 1.
Other physical details
photos.
Publisher number
0117390-123
System control number
  • 1146549-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)1146549
  • (Sirsi) o03324193
  • (OCoLC)3324193
Label
The Chappell collection of great theatre composers., [Book edited and designed by Lee Snider]
Publication
Note
  • For voice and piano, in part with chord symbols
  • Date of copyright varies with individual songs. Volumes have no collective copyright
Contents
  • v.1: Richard Adler, Harold Arlen, Leonard Bernstein, Marc Blitzstein, Al Carmines, Moose Charlap, Noel Coward, B.G. DeSylva/Lew Brown/Ray Henderson, Vernon Duke, Duke Ellington, Sammy Fain, George Gershwin, Morton Gould. --.v.2: Albert Hague, David Heneker, Harold Karr, Burton Lane, Morgan Lewis, Frederick Loewe, Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane, Bob Merrill, Marguerite Monnot, Douglas Moore, Jerome Moross, John Morris, Cyril Ornadel, Cole Porter, and Andre Previn.--. v.3: Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Harold Rome, Laurence Rosenthal, Harvey Schmidt, Arthur Schwartz, Stephen Sondheim, Jule Styne, Kurt Weill, Sandy Wilson, and Victor Young
  • ǂg v. 1. ǂt Kwamina. ǂt Nothing more to look forward to ; ǂt What's wrong with me? / ǂr Richard Adler. ǂt St. Louis woman. ǂt Anyplace I hang my hat is home ; ǂt Come rain or come shine ; ǂt Legalize my name ; ǂt Bloomer girl. ǂt Right as the rain ; ǂt When the boys come home / ǂr Harold Arlen. ǂt Wonderful town. ǂt It's love ; ǂt Ohio / ǂr Leonard Bernstein. ǂt The cradle will rock. ǂt The cradle will rock ; ǂt Reuben, Reuben. ǂt The hills of Amalfi ; ǂt Juno. ǂt I wish it so ; ǂt My true heart. ǂt The cradle will rock. ǂt Nickel under the foot / ǂr Marc Blitzstein. ǂt Promenade. ǂt Promenade theme / ǂr Al Carmines. ǂt Kelly. ǂt I'll never go there anymore / ǂr Moose Charlap. ǂt Waiting in the wings. ǂt Come the wild, wild weather. ǂt Operette. ǂt Dearest love ; ǂt Conversation piece. ǂt I'll follow my secret heart ; ǂt The girl who came to supper. ǂt I'll remember her ; ǂt Set to music. ǂt I'm so weary of it all ; ǂt Sail away. ǂt Later than spring. ǂt Conversation piece. ǂr Regency rakes ; ǂt There's always something fishy about the French ; ǂt Tonight at 8:30. ǂt You were there / ǂr Noel Coward. ǂt Follow thru. ǂt Button up your overcoat ; ǂt Sunny side up : film. ǂt If I had a talking picture of you ; ǂt Good news. ǂt Just imagine. ǂt George White's scandals, 11th edition. ǂt Life is just a bowl of cherries ; ǂt Hold everything. ǂt My lucky star ; ǂt Sunny side up : film. ǂt Sunny side up ; ǂt George White's scandals, 11th edition. ǂt The thrill is gone ; ǂt Hold everything. ǂt You're the cream in my coffee / ǂr B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson. ǂt Dancing in the streets. ǂt Got a bran' new Daddy ; ǂt Ziegfeld follies of 1936. ǂt I can't get started ; ǂt Island in the West Indies ; ǂt Goldwyn follies : film. ǂt Spring again / ǂr Vernon Duke. ǂt Beggar's holiday. ǂt Take love easy ; ǂt Tomorrow Mountain / ǂr Duke Ellington. ǂt Ankles away. ǂt An eleven o'clock song ; ǂt George White's scandals, 1939-40. ǂt Are you havin' any fun? ; ǂt Flahooley. ǂt Here's to your illusions ; ǂt Ankles away. ǂt His and hers ; ǂt Right this way. ǂt I'll be seeing you ; ǂt Flahooley. ǂt The springtime cometh / ǂr Sammy Fain. ǂt Shocking Miss Pilgrim : film. ǂt Aren't you kind of glad we did? ; ǂt Shall we dance : film. ǂt (I've got) beginner's luck ; ǂt Shocking Miss Pilgrim : film. ǂt Changing my tune ; ǂt A damsel in distress : film. ǂt A foggy day ; ǂt The jolly tar and the milk maid ; ǂt Goldwyn follies : film. ǂt Love is here to stay ; ǂt Porgy and Bess. ǂt My man's gone now ; ǂt A damsel in distress : film. ǂt Nice work if you can get it ; ǂt Porgy and Bess. ǂt Summertime ; ǂt Shall we dance : film. ǂt They all laughed ; ǂt They can't take that away from me ; ǂt A damsel in distress : film. ǂt Things are looking up / ǂr George Gershwin. ǂt Billion dollar baby. ǂt I got a one track mind ; ǂt Arms and the girl. ǂt Nothin' for nothin' ; ǂt There must be somethin' better than this / ǂr Morton Gould --
  • ǂg v. 2. ǂt Plain and fancy. ǂt Follow your heart ; ǂt Redhead. My girl is just enough woman for me ; ǂt Plain and fancy. ǂt Young and foolish / ǂr Albert Hague. ǂt Half a sixpence. ǂt If the rain's got to fall ; ǂt Money to burn / ǂr David Heneker. ǂt We take the town. ǂt How does the wine taste? ; ǂt Happy hunting. ǂt Mutual admiration society ; ǂt We take the town. ǂt A wedded man / ǂr Harold Karr. ǂt Hold on to your hats. ǂt Don't let it get you down ; ǂt Finian's rainbow. ǂt How are things in Glocca Mora? ; ǂt On a clear day you can see forever. ǂt Hurry! it's lovely up here! ; ǂt Finian's rainbow. ǂt Look to the rainbow. ǂt On a clear day. ǂt On a clear day (you can see forever). ǂt Finian's rainbow. ǂt Something sort of grandish ; ǂt Hold on to your hats. ǂt There's a great day coming mañana ; ǂt On a clear day. ǂt What did I have that I don't have? / ǂr Burton Lane. ǂt Two for the show. ǂt How high the moon / ǂr Morgan Lewis. ǂt Paint your wagon. ǂt Another autumn ; ǂt The day before spring. ǂt The day before spring ; ǂt I love you this morning ; ǂt Camelot. ǂt I loved you once in silence. ǂt Gigi : film. ǂt I remember it well ; ǂt Paint your wagon. ǂt I still see Elisa ; ǂt Camelot. ǂt If ever I would leave you ; ǂt My fair lady. ǂt I've grown accustomed to her face ; ǂt Just you wait ; ǂt Camelot. ǂt The simple joys of maidenhood ; ǂt My fair lady. ǂt Without you / ǂr Frederick Loewe. ǂt Best foot forward. ǂt Buckle down, Winsocki ; ǂt Ev'ry time ; ǂt Look Ma, I'm dancin'. ǂt I'm not so bright ; ǂt Best foot forward. ǂt Just a little joint with a juke box / ǂr Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane. ǂt New girl in town. ǂt If that was love ; ǂt It's good to be alive ; ǂt Sunshine girl / ǂr Bob Merrill. ǂt Irma La Douce. ǂt From a prison cell ; ǂt Irma La Douce ; ǂt Our language of love / ǂr Marguerite Monnot. ǂt The ballad of Baby Doe. ǂt Letter song ; ǂt Willow song / ǂr Douglas Moore. ǂt The golden apple. ǂt It's the going home together ; ǂt Ballet ballads. ǂt I've got me. ǂt The golden apple. ǂt Lazy afternoon ; ǂt Windflowers / ǂr Jerome Moross. ǂt A time for singing. ǂt How green was my valley ; ǂt Let me love you / ǂr John Morris. ǂt Pickwick. ǂt If I ruled the world / ǂr Cyril Ornadel. ǂt Silk stockings. ǂt All of you ; ǂt You never know. ǂt At long last love ; ǂt Something for the boys. ǂt Could it be you ; ǂt Let's face it. ǂt Ev'rything I love ; ǂt Out of this world. ǂt From this moment on ; ǂt Panama Hattie. ǂt I've still got my health ; ǂt Let's be buddies ; ǂt Make it another old fashioned, please ; ǂt Silk stockings. ǂt Paris loves lovers ; ǂt Silk stockings ; ǂt Something for the boys. ǂt You'd be so nice to come home to / ǂr Cole Porter. ǂt Coco. ǂt Coco ; ǂt The money rings out like freedom / ǂr André Previn --
  • ǂg v. 3. ǂt Me & Juliet. ǂt The big black giant ; ǂt On your toes. ǂt The heart is quicker than the eye ; ǂt The King and I. ǂt I have dreamed ; ǂt Babes in arms. ǂt I wish I were in love again ; ǂt The sound of music. ǂt My favorite things ; ǂt Oklahoma. ǂt Oklahoma! ; ǂt South Pacific. ǂt Some enchanted evening ; ǂt No strings. ǂt The sweetest sounds ; ǂt By Jupiter. ǂt Wait till you see her ; ǂt Allegro. ǂt You are never away ; ǂt Pal Joey. ǂt Zip / ǂr Richard Rodgers. ǂt Up in Central Park. ǂt Carousel in the park ; ǂt Close as pages in a book ; ǂt The girl in pink tights. ǂt Lost in loveliness / ǂr Sigmund Romberg. ǂt Destry rides again. ǂt Anyone would love you ; ǂt Fanny. ǂt Fanny ; ǂt I have to tell you ; ǂt Destry rides again. ǂt I know your kind ; ǂt I can get it for you wholesale. ǂt Miss Marmelstein ; ǂt Pins and needles. ǂt Nobody makes a pass at me ; ǂt Wish you were here. ǂt Wish you were here / ǂr Harold Rome. ǂt Sherry! ǂt Maybe it's time for me / ǂr Laurence Rosenthal. ǂt Celebration. ǂt Celebration ; ǂt Colette. ǂt Earthly paradise ; ǂt I do! I do! ǂt I do, I do ; ǂt 110 in the shade. ǂt Is it really me? ; ǂt Celebration. ǂt Love song ; ǂt The fantasticks. ǂt Soon it's gonna rain ; ǂt Try to remember ; ǂt I do! I do! ǂt What is a woman? / ǂr Harvey Schmidt. ǂt Between the devil. ǂt By myself ; ǂt Inside U.S.A. ǂt Haunted heart ; ǂt Between the devil. ǂt I see your face before me / ǂr Arthur Schwartz. ǂt Anyone can whistle. ǂt Anyone can whistle ; ǂt A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. ǂt Comedy tonight ; ǂt Love, I hear ; ǂt Lovely ; ǂt Anyone can whistle. ǂt A parade in town ; ǂt Evening primrose. ǂt Take me to the world / ǂr Stephen Sondheim. ǂt Do re mi. ǂt Cry like the wind ; ǂt Hazel Flagg. ǂt How do you speak to an angel? ; ǂt Subways are for sleeping. ǂt I'm just taking my time ; ǂt Darling of the day. ǂt I've got a rainbow working for me ; ǂt Bells are ringing. ǂt Just in time ; ǂt Do re mi. ǂt Make someone happy. ǂt Funny girl. ǂt The music that makes me dance ; ǂt Hallelujah, baby! ǂt My own morning ; ǂt Funny girl. ǂt People ; ǂt Gypsy. ǂt Some people ; ǂt Fade out, fade in. ǂt You mustn't feel discouraged / ǂr Jule Styne. ǂt Love life. ǂt Green-up time ; ǂt Knickerbocker holiday. ǂt It never was you. ǂt Lost in the stars. ǂt Lost in the stars ; ǂt Street scene. ǂt Lonely house ; ǂt Love life. ǂt Love song ; ǂt Lady in the dark. ǂt My ship ; ǂt Knickerbocker holiday. ǂt September song ; ǂt One touch of Venus. ǂt Speak low / ǂr Kurt Weill. ǂt The boy friend. ǂt Won't you Charleston with me? / ǂr Sandy Wilson. ǂt Seventh heaven. ǂt A "miss you" kiss / ǂr Victor Young
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
3 v. of music
Note
Fine Arts, v. 1.
Other physical details
photos.
Publisher number
0117390-123
System control number
  • 1146549-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)1146549
  • (Sirsi) o03324193
  • (OCoLC)3324193

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