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Releasing A New CD
December 21, 2014

In this CD for solo 'ud, Nabil Azzam performs 16 traditional Arab Melodies with percussion instruments
and other beautiful accompaniment by Hatem Mounir dedicated for young ears.
Azzam's selection includes both vocal and instrumental melodies.
Almost all pieces are perfrormed with some degree of improvisation, an art that's highly admired by musicians.

MESTO Successful Concert, Oct. 18, 2014
The Downey Civic Theatre
Featuring music of Syria, Iraq, Jordan and also of Mozart
World premiere of Mariam by Nabil Azzam for violin and orchsestra
Works by Farid El-Atrache, Muhammad 'Abd al-Wahhab

Guest artists Rafi Kamal (Iraq) Samir Rizq (Syria) Hasan Minawi (Jordan) and Maestro Nabil Azzam

World premiere of Mariam for violin and orchestra by Nabil Azzam (violin)

Conducting Min Ghair Laih of 'Abd al-Wahhab

Consul general of Egypt HE AL-Husseini 'Abd al-Wahhab and his wife

Mr. and Mrs. Adel Eskandar of Layali Zaman, Drs. composer Sami and Mary Farag,
Dr. Abu Bakr El-Tawansy,Nabil Azzam and Mr. and Mrs, Maged Girgis of Layali Zaman Ensemble

Dr. Sami Asmar of Turath Ensemble

Strings: violins, violas, celli and basses. Ethnic: qanun, oud and mandolin.
Woodwinds include flute, oboe, clarinets and bassoons

The complete percussion section: Troy, Nahas, Payne and Martinelli

Our dedicated concertmistress Leola Wagner and Greorge Kuhr

Celli Belding (principal) and Votek and oud, Shaaban (also unseen qanun and mandolin)

Azzam performs his violin concerto Mariam
Program included the instrumental works:
Mozart: symphony no. 40 (first movement); Alla Turca
Atyaf (coktail) and Intal Hobb by M. Abd al-Wahhab,
Mariam, for violin and orchestra by maestro Nabil Azzam (World Premiere)
Min Ghair Laih, by M. Abd al-Wahhab (orchestration world premiere, N. Azzam)
Lahn al-Khulud by Farid El Atrache
Dance of Abraham, by N. Azzam, orch. Karim Roustom

Latest MESTO recrodings:
On Tuesdaday May 20th, 2014 MESTO will record two major compositions that were
premiereed on the last concert in February: El Mallah and the violin suite "Mutlaq"
both composed by maestro Nabil Azzam.
These recordings will appear on the upcoming CD of MESTO.

Maestro Azzam and Dr. Hassan Sassi present the
Conductor's Award to
Composer and singer Mr. Nasser El-Mezdawi
(April 28, 2014)

April: New Release
MESTO proudly announces the release of the new CD "Traditional" soon. This CD includes
four Sama'is and four Longas.

MESTO: Hear'n Now
The Downey Civic Theatre, Feb. 22, 2014

Nabil Azzam, music director/conductor
Karima Skalli, guest artists (Morocco)
Nasser El-Mezdawi, guest of honor (Libya)

Samba al-Qahira, Muhammad 'Abd al-Wahhab; Tutah, Faric El-Atrache;
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, W.A. Mozart; El-Mallah, Nabil Azzam; Intal Hobb, M.A.al-Wahhab
Amal Hayati, M.A.al-Wahhab; Nour El-'Ain, Nasser El-Mezdawi;
Violin suite in A Nahawand "Mutlaq", Nabil Azzam; Naseem al-Rih, Marcel Khalifa;
Ana Albi Dalili, Muhammad al-Qasabji; Is'al Alayyah, Mahmud al-Sharif;
Bayni w-Baynak, Elias Rahbani; Nassam 'Alayna, Rahbani Brothers.
(Photos curtesy of Jay Calis)

Azzam conducts MESTO@ Downey Civic Theatre

Karima Skalli, the stunning and enchanting voice--great chemistry with MESTO

Composer and performer Mr. Nasser El-Mezdawi moved the audience with his HIT Nour El-'Ain

Azzam on his world premiere of El-Mallah for orchestra

Azzam performs his violin suite in A Nahawand "Mutlaq"

Our wonderful concert, October 5th 2013 at the Downey Civic Theatre
The program included Arab music, Spanish, Taiwanese and African...
A true celebration of multi-ethnic music program (see sponsorship bellow)

MESTO under Maestro Azzam at the Downey Civic Theatre (photos courtesy of Mrs. Amani al-Hindi Barakat)

Star singer HAMID sings Bitlumuni Laih and Safini Marrah

Star singer Amal al-Refaie sings Fi Yum wi-Laila

ADAAWE singers Phylliss Baily Brooks, Monique Afenjar, Bridget Graham, Joselyn Wilkinson
and on the drums Dez Glover and Anindo Marshall (to the right of the stage) playing along with the MESTO
percussion section (far left, Ava Nahas, back left Christopher Payne, front T.J. Troy and right David Martinelli) Photo by Samer Saba

Star singer Amal al-Refaie

This concert is sponsored by individuals and organizations:
Drs. Hala, Hedab Al-Tarifi; Dr. Raymond Jallow;
Drs. Shawky and Fikria Hassan (Michigan)
Mr. & Mrs. Karim & Lily Karam: Dr. & Mrs. Nabil Khoury
And endorced by the following organizations: Los Angeles-Beirut Sister City Committee
Jordanian American Association of Southern California; House of Egypt; Egypt Cancer Network
PAWA; US-OMEN; Birzeit Society
Turath; AL-Awda; Arab-American Friends of Nazareth; Bethlehem Society; PCRF; NAAPOC

M E S T OThe Royal Opera House in Muscat, Oman
February 7, 2012

MESTO under conductor Azzam

Guest star singer Dalal Abu Amneh of Nazareth...enchanting singer and inspired conductor! she simply stunned her audience both local Omanis and guests

Qanun virtuoso Lilit Khojayan shines in performing Jasmine composed by Maestro Azzam

Azzam performs Unshudat al-Fann by M. 'Abd al-Wahhab. Principle cellist Lisa Belding conducted the intro
His Excellency the American Ambassador to Oman Dr. Richard Schmierer and his wife Sandy, Azzam, Dalal,
His Excellency Mr. Nasr Bin Hamood al-Kindy VP Board of Directors the Royal Opera House in Muscat,
His Excellency Muhammad al-Zubeir, advisor for economic development of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos.

Azzam is greeted by Dr. Issam El-Mallah, Advisor and Director of music programs at ROHM

The invitation sent out by the Art and Culture Organization and the Greek Orthodox Parish Councel in the city of Nazareth
in recognition of the work and contribution of Maestro Azzam. Feb. 22, 2012
at the community center of the Annunciation Church next to Mary's Well

Over 500 people attended this event that included music, memories, ballet dance, poetry dedicated to
Azzam and a painting created on the stage...Mr. Nazir Mgally, journalist and a close friend of Azzam "conducted" the evening

Friend of Azzam, Mr. Ramez Jaraysi, the mayor of Nazareth shared some memories and Ms. Odette Shomar wrote a nostalgic
piece that covered those days at the neighborhood and other family ties to Azzam's parents

some memories are truely emotional and some concerns Mr. Mahmoud Shawahdi's personal observation! also funny

Ms. Katy Jarjoura, a choir conductor and music therapist brings up her use of MESTO's music.
She also read a message from the Board of Director of Arab-American Friends of Nazareth
where Azzam is an active member in Los Angeles.
The talented singer Dalal Abu Amneh performed her song "Amman" also composed by Azzam.
This original song was premiered at the Jerash Festival in Jordan (2007)

Brother of Azzam, Dr. and Mrs. Halim Azzam and sisters Nai'la, Nabila and Nahida

Young ballerina Nadira Libbis dances to Azzam's violin. Original painting by artist
Ms. Cicil Kahleh was inpired by the different program components live on the stage. Title of paiting is yet to be named...

Singer Dalal Abu Amneh presents a special recognition to Maestro Azzam for their long collaboration.
Dr. Azmi Hakim, chairman of the Greek Orthodox parish councel in Nazareth
presents the placque of high artistic excellence to Azzam. Jounslist Nazir Mgalli (middle) addresses the attendees.

Alhan Achkar-Hillo and Nahawand Achkar daughter and son of the late Maroun Achkar first violin teacher of Azzam

Poet Tamim Asadi presents a dedicatory poem to Azzam.
His performance sparked the audience while Azzam's school teacher
Mr. Yousef Zaher shared his memory of Azzam while in 6th grade playing the violin

Azzam was also recognized by a special group of intellectuals who meet on
Wednesdays afternoon to discuss current social and artistic issues.
On Feb. 29 Azzam attended their meeting and received their recognition singed on behalf the group by Nabil Hayek, Esq.

(Left) The parish council of the Orthodox church; The Arts and Culture committee and the
Orthodox Family Club awarded Azzam their prestigous plaque. (middle)
Singer Dalal Abu Amneh-Abbasi and Dr. Anan Abbasi presented Azzam a very special plaque
as a token of appreciation to MESTO and his leading role in the field of music.
(right) "Azzam, an ambassador of oriental music to the West" Hadith al-Nas newspaper (Nazareth)

MESTO had two wonderful and successful concerts.
The Broad Stage on Friday, Dec. 3rd and in San Diego on Sunday, Dec. 5th.
Thank you our supportive and dedicated audience. We love you and will continue to provide you with high level music and guest artists.
MESTO would like to thank our guest artists for their participation:
Jimbo Ross; Yvette Holzwarth; Suhail Bachour; Anna-Suzette Eblen; Prof. Joanna Medawar-Nachef;
Dr. Irene Behnan and the Coptic Orthodox Choir; Ms. Hanna Muluneh and the Ethiopian Tewahedo Church Choir.

Jimbo Ross happily opens the concert with Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
followed by Violinist/singer Yvette Holzwarth who sang I'll be home for Christmas and The Christmas Song (all arr. by John Graves)

Professor Joanna Medawar Nachef, soprano, sang Silent Night and Ikhtaliti, a Lebanese tune (both in Arabic)
while maestro Azzam performed his violin copmosition The Crescent.

Sheikh Dr. Saleh Kholaki recites from the glorious Qur'an. Dr. Raymond Jallow welcomes the audience on behalf of Friends of MESTO.

Syrian-born singer and cantor Suhail Bachour with three eastern hymns accompanie by MESTO (arr. Azzam)
Soprano Anna-Suzette Eblen with The Prayer (arr. J. Graves) and Christmas Medley (arr. Shelly Cohen)

The Coptic Orthodox Choir of St, Peter and St. Paul in Santa Monica under the direction of Dr. Irene Behnan
with two songs: Shere ne Maria (accompanied by Fahd Shaaban, 'ud) and Eparthenos (arr. N. Azzam)

The Ethiopian Tewahedo Church Choir of Los Angeles performed with MESTO two songs:
Aman be-Aman and Elil Bey Bethelehem.MESTO has received so many phone calls,
messages and e-mails from members of the audience praizing our performances.
Thank you all for your unprecedented support for both concerts at the Broad Stage and the Musuem of Contemporary Art in La Jolla.
The La Jolla concert: Photos to follow...
Our gurest artists, bassoonist Charlie Gould was received in a great welcome and our guest singer Ms. Karima Skalli electrified the audience.
Music director and conductor Azzam shined as always. He introduced some of the pieces and the guest artists. More details later...
One of our sponsors wrote:
The annual Christamas concert: Los Angeles has never heard such a variety of music!
San Diego concert: Well, let's put it this way...Not even Arab orchestras perform at that level!
Thank you MESTO and Maestro Azzam who brought a high-class performance to San Diego.

NEW style of presenting Christmas music! It's MESTO style
"When music plays a social role and brings people together"

The Annual Christmas Concert

Friday, December 3, 2010 @ 7:30 pm.
Under the baton of maestro Nabil Azzam, music director

Program includes an unprecedented and unaccompanied
Recitation from the glorious Qur'an by
Sheikh Dr. Saleh Kholaki

A special performances by choir members of the
Ethiopian Orthodox Church
And choir members of the
Egyptian Coptic Church
St. Peter and St. Paul, Santa Monica

with guest artists
Anna-Suzette Eblen
Jimbo Ross
Yvette Holzwarth
Dr. Joanna Medawar Nachef
Suhail Bachour

Anna-Suzette Eblen

Jimbo Ross

Joanna Medawar Nachef

Yvette Holzwarth

For the first time at the new and prestigious concert hall
The Broad Stage
Performing Arts Center, Santa Monica College

1310 11th street, Santa Monica CA, 90401

Please reserve your tickets now!

Sponsors $100 (front seats) $75 and $50

Call (310) 795-4280

The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica
Program also includes: Eternal River, Scheherazade, As'aluka ar-Rahila, Maribel, Watlz of the flowers, Trepak, The Crescent and more.

MESTO back in San Diego

Hosted and organized by Friends of MESTO
Sunday, December 5, 2010 @7:00 pm

Sherwood Auditorium

Museum of contemporary Arts, San Diego
700 Prospect St. La Jolla, CA 92037

Guest Star Singer

Karima Skalli

Performing songs of Asmahan, Umm Kulthum, 'Abd al-Wahhab
Sayyid Darwish and Farid el-Atrache

For tickets call;
(619) 840-1945 Mr. Ibrahim Dayeh
(619) 549--4110 Mr. Tayseer Odeh
(619) 227-1181 Mr. Victor Khouri
(310) 795-4280 MESTO tickets line
Sponsors $100; 75 and $50

MESTO goes to Abu Dhabi 2010
MESTO was invited by the Abu Dhabi Authority of Culture and Heritage (ADACH) to perform in the Sounds of Arabia Festival on May 13th at the Abu Dhabi Theater.
Under the baton of music director maestro Nabil Azzam, MESTO performed a series of Muhammad Abd al-Wahhab masterpieces including al-Nahr al-Khalid (Eternal River), `Ashiq al-Ruh, Andah Alaik, Kallimuni Tani, and Unshudat Al-Fan.

In addition, MESTO entertained their audiences with other MESTO favorites like Muhammad Abdu's Leila Leila, Lahn al-Khulud by Farid al-Atrash, and The Leopard, an original composition by Nabil Azzam.

The concert included three vocal pieces Ya Habibi Ta'ala, La' Mush Ana, and Inta 'Umri featuring the golden voice of guest artist Karima Skalli.

MESTO conducted by Nabil Azzam at Abu Dhabi Theater

MESTO featuring Karima Skalli

MESTO in front of Emirates Palace (Abu Dhabi's 7-Star Hotel)

Coming soon! MESTO's new CDFull Mooon
selection of world music

Nabil Azzam met with master musician Mikis Theodorakis at his residence in Athens. Mr. Theodorakis is holding a special baton that Nabil presented to him. It's made out of olive wood from Nazareth especially made for him. Mr. Theodorakis promised to compose a new piece for MESTO to be premiered this year!

Nabil Azzam at the Sheikh Zayid Mosque in Abu Dhabi and a kind invitation to the Presidential Palace

The Honorable Mr. Zaki Nusseibeh in his office at the Presidential Palace in Abu Dhabi. Advisor of Ministry of Presidential Affairs; Vice Chairman, Abu Dhabi Authority of Culture and Heritage.

With Mrs. Noura Joumblat, President of Beiteddine Festival, Lebanon.

Nabil Azzam with his friend star singer Tony Hanna and his band.
With composer/arranger and poet Mr. Elias Rahbani and an invitation to hear the new musical Eela with start singer Abeer Nehmeh. Jan. 30, 2010
Amazing Stars of MESTO, October 25, 2009
Zipper Hall, Los Angeles
Nabil Azzam, music director, conductor
Guest artist: Karima Skalli (Morocco)
Charlie Gould, bassoon
Lilit Khojayan, qanun

Star singer Karima Skalli

Nabil Azzam conducts MESTO

Lilit Khojayan performed Carnival of Venice by Paganini

Lilit Khojayan, qanun vistuoso and Charlie Gould is so loved by the audience> Charlie performed two Arab songs specially arranged for bassoon and orchestra by Nabil Azzam
The Composer's Award is presented to Mr. Shelly Cohen in recognition to his numerous arrangements for MESTO for almost ten years. Salute!

Our great wind section: Laura Halladay, Armen Khatchatryan, Mandy Fey-Carota, Tom Jones and Marzena Nabours (while Charlie Gould performed his solo

Group photo: Mr. Sami Asmar, Nabil Azzam, Dr. Jihad Racy, Karima Skalli, Dr. Barbara Racy and Dr. Munir Beken
October 17, 2009
MESTO at the Max Fisher Concert Hall in Detroit as part of the 6th Annual Gala
Arab-American National Museum (Dearborn)
Karima Skalli "The Golden Voice" shines in front of great audience
The first half was dedicated to instrumental compositions of Abd al-Wahhab, Farid El-Atrache, Rahbani Bros. and Baligh Hamdi
Nabil Azzam performs Bahlam Biek for violin and orchestra
Karima sings with MESTO under Nabil Azzam songs of Umm Kulthum, Fairouz, Asmahan, Abd al-Wahhab and Sayyid Darwish

Nabil Azzam is back from, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Amman, Beirut and Nazareth...

Honoring legendary singers Wadie al-Safi (right) and Sabah (below)

Poet Henri Zoghaib, Sabah and Nabil Azzam @ Casino Libnan, May 30-2009

Host of the event Lebanese Minister of Tourism Mr. Elie Marouni

At the home of Maestro Elias Rahbani: Ghassan Fahoum, Nabil Azzam, Elias Rahbani and
Prof. Elie Kesrouani

Lebanese Star Singer Tony Hanna...generous invitation at a great restaurant
TV show host Tony Khalifa.. an interest in MESTO

Dubai...Hotels are super clean...

Nabil and son Salim Azzam, Esq. in Dubai
(more photos click on 'news' above)

A Very Successful Concert! Feb.21, 2009
At UCLA, Schoenberg Hall
Karima Skalli

shines with MESTO under the baton of
Nabil Azzam(Alakhbar)

Karima performed with mastery songs of great Egyptian singers (S. Twair)

The audience loved the elegance of the music and the singer (B. Winchell)

Flute virtuoso Laura Halladay performed Celtic Fantasia by Stephanie Bennett

Halladay and Azzam acknowledging composer Bennett

Oud player Fahd Shaaban in his debut on guitar! The active audience insisted on repeating the intro of the song of Umm Kulthum with the perfected solos of Qanun virtuoso Lilit Khojayan and Shaaban on the guitar, Leola Wagner, violin...Maestro Azzam was so accommodating with his prompt action. He stopped the orchestra and started the piece twice.

Singing With The Stars
Sat. Feb. 21, 2009 @7:00

Schoenberg Hall
(music department): 405 Hilgard Ave. Los Angeles CA 90024
Reserve your tickets early January 2009. Call tickets line (310) 795-4280
General admission $40 (Sponsors $100)
Her debut concert in the U.S

Featuring Middle-East Star
The fabulous Moroccan singer Karima Skalli has earned her fame throughout the Middle East thanks to her success in performing concerts of Arab musical traditions.
Repertoire includes: Inta Umri (song of Umm Kultum;) La' Mush Ana (Abd al-Wahhab;)
Layali al- Uns (Asmahan;) Ya Habibi Ta'ala (Asmahan.) In addition to instrumental compositions; Celtic Fantasia for flutes by Stephanie Bennett (soloist Laura Halladay) Sama'i Farahfaza, Longa Shahnaz, Maribel (by Nabil Azzam,) Min Fiotunak and Laila Laila (of Muhammad Abdo) and more...

Also featuring MESTO's flute virtuoso

Laura Halladay
(Performing Celtic Fantasia by Famous American Composer Stephanie Bennet)

Nabil Azzam
conductor and music director

MESTO just performed for the occasion!
Jan. 24 @USC MPAC in support of Gaza
Wonderful concert
Wonderful audience
Humaniterian cause...Gaza

Star singer Woroud captivated the audience

Dr. Maher Hathout, Chairman of the Board of MPAC thanks Maestro Azzam
and star singer Woroud

Cairo in Hollywood
October 26, 2008
Zipper Concert Hall @ Colburn School of Music
Los Angeles
HUGE SUCCESS and enthusiastic audience
Thanks to Maestro Nabil Azzam
Lilit Khojayan, qanun virtuoso
Anna-Suzette Eblen, our talented soprano
Dalal Abu Amneh, star-singer from Nazareth
Talented and dedicated orchestra musicians

photo by Samir Twair

The orchestra performed variety of compositions from around the world

Soprano Anna-Suzette; Star-singer Dalal Abu Amneh and Maestro Nabil Azzam
photo by Fatima Atiyyah

Qanun virtuoso Lilit Khojayan performs "Jasmine" by Nabil Azzam
dedicated to Dr. Tarek Shawaf

Talented soprano Anna-Suzette Eblen sings "Memory" and "Besame Mucho"..she's the darling of the audience.

The orchestra in full...photo by Drew Kogon

Star-singer of the Middle East the fabulos Dalal Abu Amneh arrived from Nazareth specially to perform with MESTO only a day before her first performance in the US. Dalal captured the hearts of the audience (Photo by: Samir Twair)

Dalal performing on of three songs: "Haddi ya Bahar," "Misru Allati," and "Fi Yum wi-Laila"

The audience gave MESTO and the soloists a standing ovation

Encore!!Dalal sings Egyptian song Biladi Biladi and Azzam accompanies on violin photo by Fatima Atiyyah
MESTO is appreciated by a diverse audience typical of Los Angeles

Right before the concert Maestro Azzam with the two fabulous singers Anna-Suzette and Dalal Abu Amneh of Nazareth (photo by Fatimah Atiyyah)

NABIL AZZAM returns for the Middle East
Click on NEWS...

The latest...An official invitation to perform at the 17th Arab Music Festival and Conference in Cairo, November 1-10, 2008! Professor Ratiba El-Hefny "Our audience loves MESTO!"

MESTO performs Tuesday, November 4th. (Cairo Opera)
Thursday, November 6th (Alexandria Opera)

Special guest singer with MESTO in Cairo!
Who will enchant the audience?

NEW*** Youtube!! search for "Ahwak MESTO"***

Sunday, June 1st. 2008 @ 7:00 pm
"Babylon in San Diego"

Smashing success! Great repertoire, talented musicians, warm audience. The concert was one of the best.
Al-Jazeerah TV covered the event, will broadcast all-over the world.

Minutes before the concert, MESTO rehearsing with Samir Rizq
Nabil Azzam conducts the orchestra with mastery and confidence

The audience was so responsive to and supportive of the orchestra.

Guest star singers were fabulous

Woroud-and-Samir Rizq

Sherwood Auditorium
The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego


Baalbek in Hollywood. Sunday, April 20, 2008
Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School of Music. Los Angeles

The orchestra performed instrumental selection and demonstrated mastery with Lebanese music performed by star singer Woroud and star singer Maurice Raad.

The audience loved Woroud and Maurice Raad and our Qanun virtuoso Lilit Khojayan

Raad-Singing al-Safi and Tony Hanna and Joseph Azar with confidence and smile

Woroud with MESTO since its first concert! Artistic performance of special repertoire that included great songs of Fairouz, the Rahbani Brothers and Elias Rahbani

Conductor Azzam with both Woroud and Maurice Raad and enthusiastic audience

Mr. Maurice Mitri receives the award Friend of MESTO. On the stage Dr. Hassan Sassi (co-chair) Maurice Mitri, Dr. Raymond Jallow and our Fahd Shaaban who was the MC before the second half of the concert. Shaaban also announced the 88th birthday of Mr. Charlie Gould (our basson player)

MESTO sponsor Dr. Tarek Shawaf (middle) is the guest of honor who flew from London specially to attend "Baalbek in Hollywood." From left, Dr. Raymond Jallow (co-founder, friends of MESTO) Nabil Azzam, Dr. Tarek Shawaf, Captain Joseph John

Very special guests: Representing the Asian community, highly respected guests of our good friend Mrs. Chisako Kanimaru (second from left.) The music of Lebanon appealed to their ear!

By phone from Beirut commenting on Baalbek in Hollywood this Sunday
Maestro Elias Rahbani to Nabil Azzam
"Your orchestra is promoting our music in the most dignified way...Bravo"

Baalbek in Hollywood
Music of Lebanon
Nabil Azzam-conductor

Zipper Concert Hall
200 South Grand Ave, Los Angeles CA 90012
For tickets call MESTO @ (310) 795-4280
general admission $30 (sponsors $100)
We accept payment with PayPal (mestomusic@aol.com)

Sunday,April 20, 2008
@ 8:00 pm
Featuring Star Singers


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