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Beethoven, Ludwig Van    1770-1827    Germany


   Bagatelles (six) - Op 126
       Bagatelles Op 126, No.1 (Beethoven)

1    First theme

       Bagatelles Op 126, No.2 (Beethoven)

1    First theme

       Bagatelles Op 126, No.3 (Beethoven)

1    First theme

       Bagatelles Op 126, No.4 (Beethoven)

1    First theme

       Bagatelles Op 126, No.5 (Beethoven)

1    First theme

       Bagatelles Op 126, No.6 (Beethoven)

1    First theme

       Coriolan Overture Opus 62 (Beethoven)

1    Sombre, dramatic introduction on strings


2    Main tune, quaver passage on violins

       Egmont Overture Op 84 (Beethoven)

1    A slow and sombre first theme


2    The second theme is a bit livelier, but still fairly dark in mood.

       Fidelio Overture Op 72b (Beethoven)

1    Fidelio Overture Op 72b

       Für Elise (Beethoven)

1    Für Elise

       Leonora Overture No.3 Op 72a (Beethoven)

1    This is the bold principal theme, tutti with plenty of brass.


2    A quieter secondary theme on woodwinds

       Minuet in G (Beethoven) (Beethoven)

1    Main tune


   Piano Concerto No.1 in C, Op 15
       Piano Concerto No.1 in C, Op 15 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    1st theme is played by strings.


2    2nd theme

       Piano Concerto No.1 in C, Op 15 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 1 in C, Op 15 2nd Movt 1st theme

       Piano Concerto No.1 in C, Op 15 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 1 in C, Op 15 3rd Movt 1st theme


2    Piano Concerto No 1 in C, Op 15 3rd Movt 2nd theme


   Piano Concerto No.2 in Bb, Op 19
       Piano Concerto No.2 in Bb, Op 19 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 2 in Bb, Op 19 1st Movt

       Piano Concerto No.2 in Bb, Op 19 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 2 in Bb, Op 19 2nd Movt

       Piano Concerto No.2 in Bb, Op 19 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 2 in Bb, Op 19 3rd Movt


   Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op 37
       Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op 37 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor, Op 37 1st Movt 1st theme


2    2nd theme, still by the orchestra.

       Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op 37 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First Theme

       Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op 37 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor, Op 37 3rd Movt


   Piano Concerto No.4 in G, Op 58
       Piano Concerto No.4 in G, Op 58 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 4 in G, Op 58 1st Movt 1st theme


2    This 2nd theme is played firstly, by the orchestra as the main exposition, after which it is taken up and elaborated by the piano.

       Piano Concerto No.4 in G, Op 58 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Concerto No 4 in G, Op 58 2nd Movt

       Piano Concerto No.4 in G, Op 58 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1     This 1st cheerful theme opens on the piano.


2    This 2nd lively theme is played by the strings.


3    This 3rd energetic theme is played by the piano.


   Piano Concerto No.5 in Eb Op 73 'Emperor'.
       Piano Concerto No.5 in Eb Op 73 'Emperor' 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    The first theme is strong and noble, as befits an emperor.

       Piano Concerto No.5 in Eb Op 73 'Emperor' 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    This placid theme in the key of B major, is introduced by the strings.


2    Entry of piano, playing simple scale passages over simple tonic/dominant chord sequences played by the orchestra, mainly strings.

       Piano Concerto No.5 in Eb Op 73 'Emperor' 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    This vigorous theme competes with the main theme of the first movement for the top spot as best-known tune from this concerto.


2    The rondo's second theme (Theme B) is introduced by piano scales


3    The piano plays the main tune of theme B in this rondo movement.


   Piano Sonata No.01 in F minor Op 2 No.1
       Piano Sonata No.01 1st movement (Op 2 No 1) (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme

       Piano Sonata No.01 2nd movement - adagio (Op 2 No 1) (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       Piano Sonata No.01 3rd movement- minuet (Op 2 No 1) (Beethoven)

1    The minuet is in the home key of F minor


2    The trio is in the tonic major key of F major

       Piano Sonata No.01 4th movement (Op 2 No 1) (Beethoven)

1    First theme in the minor key (F minor)


2    Second theme in the relative major key of Ab


   Piano Sonata No.02 in A, Op.2, No.2
       Piano Sonata No.02 1st movement (Op 2 No.2) (Beethoven)

1    first theme


2    second theme

       Piano Sonata No.02 2nd movement (Op 2 No.2) (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       Piano Sonata No.02 3rd movement (Op 2 No.2) (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme, in the tonic minor

       Piano Sonata No.02 4th movement (Op 2 No.2) (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme, tonic minor


   Piano Sonata No.08 in C minor Op 13 "Pathetique"
       Piano Sonata No.08 in C minor Op 13 "Pathetique" 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    This introduction, marked Grave, is extraordinarily dramatic and sombre.


2    This is the main theme of this sonata, played extremely fast, at an enormous contrast to the slow introduction.


3    This is the sub theme of the 1st movement, a happier mood prevailing as Beethoven moves through major keys of Db then Eb.

       Piano Sonata No.08 in C minor Op 13 "Pathetique" 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme, a well-loved peaceful tune in Ab major.


2    Second theme switches into Ab minor.

       Piano Sonata No.08 in C minor Op 13 "Pathetique" 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme returns to the home key of C minor.


2    The second theme is a more cheerful scale passage tune in Eb major


3    The third theme is a bold tune in Bb.


   Piano Sonata No.14 in C# minor - Moonlight
       Piano Sonata No.14 in C# minor - Moonlight 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    This triplet figure sets the mood and forms the accompaniment.


2    This is the main theme, heard above the triplet accompaniment pattern.

       Piano Sonata No.14 in C# minor - Moonlight 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme

       Piano Sonata No.14 in C# minor - Moonlight 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    A fast and furious arpeggio passage opens this movement


2    Second theme


   Piano Sonata No.19 in G minor Op 49 No.1
       Piano Sonata No.19 in G minor Op 49 No.1, 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Sonata in G minor Op 49 No 1, 1st Movt.


2    This 2nd theme is in the relative major key of Bb, and brings the exposition to a close, after it has been repeated.


   Piano Sonata No.20 in G Opus 49 No.2
       Piano Sonata No.20 in G Opus 49 No.2 - 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Sonata in G Opus 49 No 2


2    This is the 2nd theme of the exposition, which has modulated to the dominant key of D major. It last 32 bars, ending in D major.

       Piano Sonata No.20 in G Opus 49 No.2 - 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme, a leisurely tune in triple time.


   Piano Trio in Bb Op 11 for piano, clarinet and cello.
       Piano Trio in Bb Op 11 for piano, clarinet and cello - 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Trio in Bb Op 11 for piano, clarinet and cello - 1st Movt

       Piano Trio in Bb Op 11 for piano, clarinet and cello - 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       Piano Trio in Bb Op 11 for piano, clarinet and cello - 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Theme and variations - 3rd Movt


   Piano Trio No.7 in Bb Archduke
       Piano Trio No.7 in Bb Archduke 1st Movement (Beethoven)

1    Piano Trio No 7 in Bb Archduke 1st Movement

       Prometheus Overture Op 43 (Beethoven)

1    Slow introduction


2    Fast energetic high passage in the dominant key, G.

       Rondo for Violin and Piano in G major, WoO 41 (Beethoven)

1    Rondo in G


2    Theme B of the rondo


3    Theme C of the rondo


   String Quartet in C Op59 No.3 "Rasoumowsky"
       String Quartet in C Op59 No.3 "Rasoumowsky" 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme, after slow introduction.

       String Quartet in C Op59 No.3 "Rasoumowsky" 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       String Quartet in C Op59 No.3 "Rasoumowsky" 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       String Quartet in C Op59 No.3 "Rasoumowsky" 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme


   String Quartet in Eb Op 127
       String Quartet in Eb Op 127 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme

       String Quartet in Eb Op 127 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       String Quartet in Eb Op 127 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       String Quartet in Eb Op 127 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


   String Quartet in F major Op 18 No.1
       String Quartet in F major Op 18 No.1 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme

       String Quartet in F major Op 18 No.1 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main tune

       String Quartet in F major Op 18 No.1 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       String Quartet in F major Op 18 No.1 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    Blindingly fast main theme


   String Quartet in G major Op 18 No.2
       String Quartet in G major Op 18 No.2 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme

       String Quartet in G major Op 18 No.2 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme is slow and lyrical


2    Second theme is much livelier

       String Quartet in G major Op 18 No.2 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme - scherzo


2    Second theme - trio

       String Quartet in G major Op 18 No.2 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


   String Quartet No.8 in E minor Op 59 No 2 "Rasoumovsky"
       String Quartet No.8 in E minor Op 59 No.2 "Rasoumovsky" 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    String Quartet No 8 in E minor Op 59 No 2 "Rasoumovsky" 1st Movt

       String Quartet No.8 in E Minor Op 59 No.2 "Rasoumovsky" 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    String Quartet No 8 in E Minor Op 59 No 2 "Rasoumovsky" 2nd Movt

       String Quartet No.8 in E Minor Op 59 No.2 "Rasoumovsky" 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    String Quartet No 8 in E Minor Op 59 No 2 "Rasoumovsky" 3rd Movt


2    The 2nd theme switches into the tonic major key of E major.

       String Quartet No.8 in E Minor Op 59 No.2 "Rasoumovsky" 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    String Quartet No 8 in E Minor Op 59 no 2 "Rasoumovsky" 4th Movt


   Symphony No.1 in C, Op 21
       Symphony No.1 in C, Op 21 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Slow introduction to 1st movement


2    Faster principal theme of 1st movement


3    Second theme


4    Third theme, modulating into the dominant.

       Symphony No.1 in C, Op 21 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Graceful tranquil first theme, with canonical entries.


2    Second theme continues the pastoral flavour but modulating into the dominant C major.


3    Third theme, with lively triplet figures.

       Symphony No.1 in C, Op 21 3rd movement Menuetto (Beethoven)

1    First theme, very fast, definitely a scherzo even though marked menuetto.


2    Second theme on oboes alternating with violins.

       Symphony No.1 in C, Op 21 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    Very lively first theme


2    Second theme modulates into the dominant, G major.


   Symphony No.2 in D, Op 36
       Symphony No.2 in D, Op 36 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Slow intro to 1st movt


2    First principal theme


3    second main theme

       Symphony No.2 in D, Op 36 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    first theme


2    2nd theme


3    3rd theme


4    4th theme


5    5th theme

       Symphony No.2 in D, Op 36 3rd movement (Scherzo) (Beethoven)

1    first theme -Scherzo (Haydn would have called it a minuet)


2    second theme - trio.

       Symphony No.2 in D, Op 36 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    second theme


3    third theme


   Symphony No.3 in Eb "Eroica"
       Symphony No.3 in Eb Eroica 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme, introduced by the cellos.


2    Second theme, thrown from oboes to clarinets, to flutes, and to first violins.


3    Third theme, started on clarinets and taken up by the oboes.

       Symphony No.3 in Eb Eroica 2nd movement (Funeral March) (Beethoven)

1    The solemn C minor theme of the 2nd Movt is a funeral march.


2    The 2nd theme is in Eb major, on the first violins, continuing the solemn and sombre atmosphere of this movement.

       Symphony No.3 in Eb Eroica 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    The 'minuet' part of this fast scherzo - part A


2    After the alternating notes, theme B arrives


3    The trio part of this scherzo played on the horns.

       Symphony No.3 in Eb Eroica 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    First main theme, pizzicato strings, will be bass for next theme.


2    Second theme, on oboes, then picked up by first violins, in counterpoint with theme 1


   Symphony No.4 in Bb Op 60
       Symphony No.4 in Bb Op 60 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Introduction, adagio, pianissimo and sombre in Bb minor, on strings, with chordal woodwinds.


2    A contasting allegro vivace with a burst on the violins.


3    The bassoons introduce this new tune in F minor


4    This new bright tune starts on the clarinet and is thrown around the woodwinds.

       Symphony No.4 in Bb Op 60 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    After a one bar rhythmic introduction by the 2nd violins, the first violins play this graceful tune.

       Symphony No.4 in Bb Op 60 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    The first violins play this tune at a ripping pace, 100 dotted minims per minute!


2    This is the main theme of the trio, woodwinds alternating with violins.

       Symphony No.4 in Bb Op 60 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    A brisk violin passage starts the 4th movement.


2    Violins also play this 2nd tune, echoed almost immediately by the woodwinds.


   Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op 67 "Fate"
       Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op 67 1st Movement (Beethoven)

1    Symphony No 5 in C minor, Op 67 1st Movement


2    This variation on the opening "fate motif" is played by the French Horns.


3    This is the true second theme

       Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op 67 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme, a lovely melody on the violas and cellos.


2    Second theme,firstly quietly on clarinets and bassoons, then triumphantly in C major by the full orchestra.

       Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op 67 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme, pianisssimo on cellos and basses.


2    Second theme, 12 repeated notes, forte, on the horns, but the harmony by the strings modulates from C minor to Eb major..


3    Third theme, (the 'trio') in C major, starts with an energetic quaver passage on cellos and basses.

       Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    This 4th movement starts with a blazing fortissimo tutti, in C major, with powerful but simple tonic/dominant chords.


2    The 2nd theme is stated on the woodwinds with the French Horns, still in Beethoven's characteristic bold dominant-tonic fashion.


3    The 3rd theme, on strings, employs ascending triplet patterns, in the modulated key of G major.


4    the 4th theme is in the dominant key of G, played by the clarinets and bassoons.


5    The 5th theme is introduced forte on the bassoons, then taken up piano by the horns.


   Symphony No.6 in F, Op 68 (Pastoral)
       Symphony No.6 in F, Op 68 (Pastoral) 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Happy feelings are expressed in this first theme, first violins, then conversing with 2nd violins.


2    Second theme, first then second violins playing broken dominant and tonic chords, having modulated into the dominant.


3    Third theme, still violins, forte, still in the dominant key of C major.


4    Fourth theme, woodwinds, piano, still in the dominant key of C major.

       Symphony No.6 in F, Op 68 (Pastoral) 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Upper first theme, on first violins


2    Lower first theme, simultaneous with upper theme, played by 2nd violins.


3    Second theme


4    Third theme


5    Fourth theme on violas, a tune that seems to go round and round.

       Symphony No.6 in F, Op 68 (Pastoral) 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme on strings, a brisk scherzo tune in 3/4 time.


2    The second theme flows more smoothly, but still at an enegetic pace, and in a very distant key.


3    the third theme


4    Fourth theme

       Symphony No.6 in F, Op 68 (Pastoral) 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    There's a storm brewing! Pianissimo 2nd violins start this tune against a backdrop of cellos and basses playing threatening semi-quaver tremoloes deep down.


2    The 1st violins start this fragmentary theme, which conveys a sense of alarm with its emphasis on diminished 5ths.


3    By the time this bold diatonic tune in F minor appears, the storm has reached its climax, and the orchestral tutti are all in full fortissimo.

       Symphony No.6 in F, Op 68 (Pastoral) 5th movement (Beethoven)

1    Peace has returned to the countryside after the storms, and the pastoral mood is captured by this incredibly simple but memorable tune exploring the notes of the tonic, dominant and subdominant triads.


2    Second theme, another peaceful pastoral tune.


   Symphony No.7 in A Op 92
       Symphony No.7 in A Op 92 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    This is the slow introduction to the first movement. The tune on the oboe is punctuated by massive chords on the strings.


2    This is a continuation of the slow introduction, with a new tune on the oboe.


3    This cheerful vivace theme on flutes is preceded by an opening passage of repeated dotted quavers which set the rhythm. The violins take it up fortissimo.


4    This jolly 6/8 tune on the violins continues the Sicilian flavour.


5    This heroic new theme played by the strings with enthusiastic bursts from the horns, takes us to new heights of satisfaction, contentment and gaiety.

       Symphony No.7 in A Op 92 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Theme 1. These starting repeated low notes on the viola are underlaid by the cello with some chordal variations.


2    Theme 2. The viola then climbs a little with a sombre tune in A minor.


3    Theme 3. Violas and cellos play this sad tune in unison, against the 2nd violins who take up theme 2.


4    This section in which the clarinets introduce a new theme, is a little brighter.

       Symphony No.7 in A Op 92 3rd movement (Presto) (Beethoven)

1    This presto scherzo movement opens with this theme played by energetic strings and woodwinds.


2    The 'trio' of the 3rd movement, played on clarinets, is marked 'assai meno presto'.

       Symphony No.7 in A Op 92 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    This very busy tune on the strings is preceded by 4 bars of huge tutti chords.


2    This grand tune played by all is dominated by the brass.


   Symphony No.8 in F Op 93
       Symphony No.8 in F Op 93 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


3    Third theme


4    Fourth theme


5    Fifth theme

       Symphony No.8 in F Op 93 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


3    Third theme

       Symphony No.8 in F Op 93 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Tutti main theme led by violins


2    The 'trio' of the scherzo movement is led by the french horns.

       Symphony No.8 in F Op 93 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    This very lively triplet theme is played by the violins.


2    Second theme


3    A more leisurely theme forms a contrast


4    Fourth theme


   Symphony No.9 in D minor Op 125 'Choral'
       Symphony No.9 in D minor Op 125 'Choral' 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    This is an incredibly dramatic opening theme, firmly establishing the D minor tonality.


2    Second theme


3    Third theme


4    Fourth theme

       Symphony No.9 in D minor Op 125 'Choral' 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


3    Third theme, on horns.


4    Fourth theme, on violins in counterpoint with horns theme 3.

       Symphony No.9 in D minor Op 125 'Choral' 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    theme 1


2    Theme 2 is a flowing tune on the violins.

       Symphony No.9 in D minor Op 125 'Choral' 4th movement (Beethoven)

1    Dramatic introduction to the 4th movement.


2     'Ode to Joy' theme, introduced pianissimo by the double basses.


3    The men's voices introduce this third theme.


4    Fourth theme, a vocal quartet.


5    Fifth theme, the orchestra starts its build-up for the climax of the work.


6    Ode to Joy theme, by violins, in mid phrase, where the first note is repeated as a syncopated tie over a bar-line.


7    Ode to Joy theme, as introduced by the bass solo, with minims replaced by 2 crotchets in two places to fit the words..


   Violin Concerto in D
       Violin Concerto 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Theme 1. This tune is quietly played by the oboes, clarinets and bassoons, then taken up later by the strings.


2    Theme 2, introduced by the woodwinds. This is the best-known tune from Beethoven's violin concerto.


3    Violin solo entrance. The soloist has a very long wait before playing this fairly dramatic opening theme.


4    The soloist plays this tune in a very high register. It is a variation on theme 1 introduced at the start by the orchestra.


5     At long last the soloist gets a chance to play the most recognizable tune from this movement, theme 2, which was introduced by the orchestra at bar 43.

       Violin Concerto 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Violin Concerto 2nd Movt

       Violin Concerto 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Violin Concerto 3rd Movt

       Violin Romance No.1 in G major Op 40 (Beethoven)

1    The beautiful main theme on the violin.

       Violin Romance No.2 in F Op 50 (Beethoven)

1    Violin Romance No 2 in F Op 50


   Violin Sonata No.2 in A major Op 12 No.2
       Violin Sonata No.2 in A major Op 12 No.2, 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       Violin Sonata No.2 in A major Op 12 No.2, 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    main theme

       Violin Sonata No.2 in A major Op 12 No.2, 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme


   Violin Sonata No.5 in F Op 24 "Spring"
       Violin Sonata No.5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 1st movement - Allegro (Beethoven)

1    Violin Sonata No 5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 1st Movt - Allegro

       Violin Sonata No.5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 2nd movement - Adagio (Beethoven)

1    Violin Sonata No 5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 2nd Movt - Adagio

       Violin Sonata No.5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 3rd movement - Scherzo (Beethoven)

1    Violin Sonata No 5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 3rd Movt - Scherzo

       Violin Sonata No.5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 4th movement - Rondo (Beethoven)

1    Violin Sonata No 5 in F Op 24 "Spring" 4th Movt - Rondo


   Violin Sonata No.8 in G Op 30 no 3
       Violin Sonata No.8 in G Op 30 No.3. 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    main theme

       Violin Sonata No.8 in G Op 30 No.3. 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme

       Violin Sonata No.8 in G Op 30 No.3. 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    Main theme


   Violin Sonata No.9 in A "Kreutzer", Op 47
       Violin Sonata No.9 in A "Kreutzer". 1st movement (Beethoven)

1    Introduction. Solo violin, double-stopping, then piano solo in minor key.


2    First principal theme, in a livelier tempo.

       Violin Sonata No.9 in A "Kreutzer". 2nd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme

       Violin Sonata No.9 in A "Kreutzer". 3rd movement (Beethoven)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


3    Third theme

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