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I've been teaching piano for over 20 years and I remain eager to share music with others, help them explore it for themselves and receive It's many benefits.
I try to find the best approach for each one of my students depending on their interests,and I usually incorporate various techniques,including reading,improvisation,memorization and analysis of music.I place emphasis on methods of practicing that yield the best results and best use of practice time.
I always feel that learning music should be a fun and rewarding experience and I strongly feel that the process of learning music is as important, if not more than the end result.

About Glafkos
I'm a professional musician and teacher with over 20 years of experience.I feel that music is a beautiful thing in our world,magical at times and can be incredibly exciting,fun and rewarding.A universal language and a powerful tool, that can help us connect with ourselves and each other.
I always enjoy sharing my enthusiasm for music with students and help them discover what it can do for them.
I strongly feel that learning music at any level should be fun,and that the process of learning is most important and essentially the same as the end result.

In my lessons I strive towards a balance between discipline and creativity, and look for a holistic approach to learning.I explore sight-reading,ear-training, technique,memorization,as well as improvisation which I found to be a powerful learning tool and a fun way to experience music fr
om the beginning.I encourage classical music ,improvisation techniques as well as pieces that the student may have special connections to.I've learned that in general every one learns in his or her own unique way, and I see my job as a teacher to find the best approach for each of my students and guide him or her towards what they are naturally inclined to.

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Upright piano,digital keyboard.Computer and set up for recording and listening

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Jazz,Classical,Improvisation
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MOHAMMAD S. October 15, 2015
· Piano · In home
Very good and very friendly.
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Leah F. September 9, 2013
· Piano ·
Highly recommended

I am extremely happy with my lessons. Glaskos is a fine teacher; knowledgeable, patient and kind. I highly recommend him to anyone looking for piano lessons, whatever your skill level!
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Glafkos K.

Glafkos K.

Flushing, NY 11358
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About Rina M.

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Westfield, NJ

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Learn piano from rudiments to ragtime, Bach to Broadway, classics and more. Start at the beginning and progress at your own pace. Read notes, play chords, study finger aerobics...from technique to musicianship, enjoy playing music on your own terms.

About Rina
I am a music educator, classically trained with an advanced performance degree. As a soloist and collaborative musician, I have performed professionally in ensembles, bands and orchestras both here and abroad. With a high degree of knowledge and proficiency, I teach proper technique and practice strategies, music notation, theory, rhythm and phrasing, while adapting teaching approaches to match the needs of each student. I share a love of music with my students and it gives me great pride to hear each student develop their own musical voice.

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My goal is to help students of varying ages and abilities succeed musically. Dedicated, experienced, encouraging, and sensitive to student moods, I am a multi-instrumentalist who can instruct you in acoustic guitar, classical guitar, piano (classical and popular repertoire
), oboe, and voice. Study music to awaken your aural senses, develop muscle memory, and enhance your intellectual development.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Piano and bench, keyboard, guitar, guitar stand, music stand, foot stool. Ample seating for parents.

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I am comfortable teaching from a piano or keyboard. I will transport my own guitar and anticipate students will own or rent the instrument they will be studying.

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Beginner to advanced music instruction, guitar notes and chords, piano melodies and accompaniment, vocal instruction, musical theater, classical piano and more.
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Riley K. August 4, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Helpful, caring and instructive lessons. Clear improvement shown after each session.
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Johanna T. July 10, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
My son is enjoying the guitar lessons with Rina and is motivated to continue.
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Jack April 6, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Ms. Rina is by far the best teacher I've ever had. She's very genuine in her work and very kind. She has a deep knowledge of music and she play's the piano absolutely beautifully. I highly recommend her for all ages that desire to learn the piano.
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About Timothy H.

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New York, NY

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I have been teaching piano for three years. I am happy to get students moving in the right direction on piano, and will teach up to an intermediate level of playing, from Beethoven to Adele.

I prefer is to use a method book, which introduces and reinforces music fundamentals. Simultaneously, I like to allow the student to select a piece of music that they will enjoy learning and playing. This helps the student apply the often challenging fundamentals to music that they enjoy.

My students have fun, and with practice, learn a lot!

About Timothy
I am a songwriter, composer, and performer living in New York City. I am a formally trained musician with considerable real world performing experience. Teaching music is something I enjoy immensely and something I am extremely passionate about.

During my time as a college student studying music, I began teaching guitar lessons. I found the work to be extremely rewarding. I was happy to be spreading a bit of love for music around, and I believe I made some lasting impressions. I continued to teach music lessons after I graduated, expanding to teach piano as well.

The more I taught, the more I found sincere joy in teaching. As I was was getting to know each of my students better, I realized that I was doing more than just teaching music lessons. I was acting as an example, a friend, and a counselor of sorts. I realized th
at each lesson was an opportunity to influence each of my students in a positive way, however small or large. To be granted that opportunity was truly thrilling.

I teach guitar from beginner to advanced levels of performance, in many styles. I teach piano and drums up to an intermediate level. I specialize in Jazz, Folk, Blues, Rock, Funk, and pretty much any contemporary style a student might be interested in learning. Although not my specialty, I am capable of teaching classical styles as well.

I am very excited to teach anyone interested in learning about the wonders of music, and I work with all ages.

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In my lessons, students can expect to have fun while learning. I am friendly, warm, personable, caring, patient, and fun. I strive to find the perfect balance between learning the important fundamentals of music, and just plain enjoying music. Music takes hard work, but music is supposed to be fun!

I am a laid back person, and I do not expect any strict formalities when interacting with students. I feel that the more comfortable a student is, the more easily that student can learn and have fun doing so. However, I do expect my students to thoroughly practice, to focus, and to strive to improve.

I tailor each lesson to a student's particular needs. Everyone learns and interprets music in different ways, so I strive to serve each of my students uniquely. From basic fundamentals to advanced techniques, I cover everything. I also give each student an opportunity to choose some music that they will enjoy learning.

My curriculum changes depending on the student's ability level, age, and instrument of choice. I typically use a method book for reinforcement of musical fundamentals, and a supplementary "project" piece of music that the student enjoys playing and learning. I do this so that my students can see direct connections between music fundamentals and playing music that they enjoy. My own personal knowledge and experience as a musician is always added to each lesson as well.

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For guitar lessons, I provide my guitar and any equipment that the student may not have initially, like for example, their own guitar, or music stand. Piano students will need their own keyboard for the very first lesson. Drum students should have their own drum set or practice pad for the first lesson. I can assist in finding affordable options for instruments. The student should eventually provide their own instrument and equipment, such as their own guitar, music stand, and copy of the selected method book; all of which are things that they will need in order to pursue practicing on their own time.

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I am capable of teaching using many methods, styles, and genres, depending on the student and their particular needs. However, I specialize in jazz, folk, and rock styles, as well as improvisation.
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jennifer January 2, 2018
· Guitar · In home
wonderful person and instructor for children! provides detailed follow ups to lessons - truly cares.
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Oscar S. September 17, 2016
· Drum · In home
Tim is a very thorough, thoughtful and talented teacher to our son on drums!
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Mindy L. October 28, 2015
· Guitar · In home
He is a great instructor. I'm thoroughly enjoying each and every lesson and feel I'm learning exactly as I need to be. Also, he's quite affable in general.

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Timothy H.

Timothy H.

New York, NY 10040
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About Kellon H.

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You get to have fun at the piano. You learn techniques that you can use to accompany and perform. I am chill and so I bring that same chill energy to lessons, not stressing you out, but relaxing you to be able to learn quicker.

About Kellon
I am a gospel pianist, organist, and vocalist. I have over 20 years of experience in performing and teaching. I have a bachelor in music, concentration in theory and cooositiin from Montclair State University. Music is my passion and I want to share that spoon with others. I believe there is a song in all of us, I want to help you so that the world can hear yours.
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Susan S. March 27, 2018
· Singing · In home
Kellon was what I hoped for; he plays and sings well- my music and his. We warmed up, then practiced some of my chorus music with him singing tenor to my alto, then we recorded the alto to Steal Away and the chorus to The A Train for me to learn. Perfect. Will be a big challenge to sing alto against a strong tenor.
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JESSE February 24, 2018
· Gospel Singing · In studio
AWESOME LESSONS!! Learned a lot especially being he is gospel singer. Great experience
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Susan February 3, 2018
· Singing · In studio
I have listened to your videos. I think I could learn a lot from you. The repertoire I am working with is not gospel, but we could look it over.
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Kellon H.

Parsippany, NJ 07054
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About Xiao J.

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New York, NY
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I teach piano students of all different ages and experience levels. I studied classical piano for 20 years. I can teach students to read music and pursue classical excellence, to learn how to play contemporary music using chord sheets, or both depending on the goals and preference of the student.

About Xiao
I am a professional singer, pianist, songwriter. I graduated from Manhattan School of Music, specifically voice.

Voice students can expect to improve week to week in their vocal technique. Every voice has a unique timbre; I teach students to release built up tension and apply foundational techniques in order to unlock their own individual sound. I can help any student to sing with freedom, confidence, and expression.

I teach piano students of all different ages and experience levels. I studied classical piano for 20 years. I can teach students to read music and pursue classical excellence, to learn how to play contemporary music using chord sheets, or both depending on the goals and preference of the student.

I firmly believe that great technique is essential to any music and every style. I look forward to meeting you and helping you t
o become a better musician!
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Xiao J.

Xiao J.

New York, NY 10002
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About Alon N.

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Brooklyn, NY
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Our lessons will be fun and informative. As a professional, touring musician and Multi-Instrumentalist I was lucky to be well trained in the piano from a young age. We will learn any songs of any genre that interests you, and by doing so with proper technique and good energy, immediate improvement is guaranteed!

About Alon
I'm an electric and upright bass player and multi instrumentalist, well known for playing with multi Grammy Award Winner Billy Childs and his Quartet, the DownBeat "5 starts" awarded Eli Degibri in various Festivals, winning the 1st place award in the "Rostov Jazz Competition", and for touring all over the world. Currently residing in New York, I am working as a professional double and electric bass player, after graduating the "New School For Jazz" with an Honorary Degree.
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Artie Street June 6, 2018
· Bass Guitar · In studio
Lawn is a teacher who has the patience and wisdom to allow students to receive and understand the concept that they need to comprehend. He gives the students The room to understand and develop what they need to know when it comes to playing their instruments
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Bill June 6, 2018
· Upright Bass · In studio
Alon is the real deal. Anyone who's interested in studying the bass should highly consider taking lessons with him. He is incredibly knowledgable in many styles and genres as he's studied them himself and performs them on a regular basis all over the world. Alon is also a fantastic instructor. He's always been professional, kind, supportive and encouraging. He's one of the best. I highly recommend him!
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Alon N.

Brooklyn, NY 11217
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About Sangmi C.

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I teach students how to play instrument, musicianship and artistry, so it becomes all in one at the end. Relaxation, understanding and expression of one's feeling is emphasized and I use different approach depending on students' ability, personality and their learning style.

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Steinway Artist, Juilliard Graduate, Concert and Recording Artist, Taught piano at Colleges in NYC, Private Studio with all ages
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Sangmi C.

Sangmi C.

New York, NY 10028
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$67 / 30-min

About Judith O.

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New York, NY

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I am an extremely versatile piano teacher with over 30 years of experience. My Russian-based training in both piano and ballet enables me to understand and teach a relaxed, coordinated approach to the instrument. If you have technical problems or limitations, I'm a great troubleshooter! I emphasize reading, as this is the skill that makes it possible for you to enjoy playing the piano for the rest of your life. I have developed my own curriculum for students as young as four, but I enjoy helping students of all ages conquer their fear of reading. I'm a serious teacher with an irrepressible sense of humor.

About Judith
I am an extremely versatile piano teacher with over 30 years of experience. My Russian-based training in both piano and ballet enables me to understand and teach a relaxed, coordinated physical approach to the instrument. If you have technical problems or limitations, I'm a great troubleshooter! I emphasize reading, as this is the skill that will make it possible for you to enjoy playing the piano for the rest of your life. I have developed my own curriculum for very young students, and I enjoy helping students of all ages conquer their fear of reading.
I am a very serious teacher with an irrepressible sense of humor.
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Judith O.

Judith O.

New York, NY 10025
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$84 / 45-min

About Daniel H.

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Daniel Hyde is a active piano instructor, classical pianist and musician living and working in New York City for the past ten years. With a decade of experience teaching students ages 3 through 60 and every age in between, he has developed a thorough and personalized teaching method that leaves students fascinated musicians and skilled pianists. Daniel's students not only obtain the skills of a well-rounded pianist, but learn to learn, learn to enjoy and learn to share in the magic of music making.
As a versatile musician who works as an high-level accompanist and classical pianist, Daniel uses the skills of composition, improvisation, sheet-music reading, collaboration, repertoire performance and music-theory application daily. It is these skills which Daniel bestows upon his students through his unique methodology. While each class is personalized to the skillset and interests of the student, with the primary goal of inspiring them to learn and love music, Daniel's classes ...

About Daniel
Daniel Hyde is a active piano instructor, classical pianist and musician living and working in New York City for the past ten years. With a decade of experience teaching students ages 3 through 60 and every age in between, he has developed a thorough and personalized teaching method that leaves students fascinated musicians and skilled pianists. Daniel's students not only obtain the skills of a well-rounded pianist, but learn to learn, learn to enjoy and learn to share in the magic of music making.
As a versatile musician who works as an high-level accompanist and classical pianist, Daniel uses the skills of composition, improvisation, sheet-music reading, collaboration, repertoire performance and music-theory application daily. It is these skills which Daniel bestows upon his students through his unique methodology. While each c
lass is personalized to the skillset and interests of the student, with the primary goal of inspiring them to learn and love music, Daniel's classes are a rigorous and exciting time for student, teacher and parent alike.

Daniel is currently employed as a pianist at the Juilliard School, LaGuardia High School For The Performing Arts, with The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Company, The Martha Graham School Of Contemporary Dance, The Manhattan Youth Ballet and many more. He has taught a growing studio of piano students over his time in New York, as well as teaching for 'Music To Your Home', a major musical education company. He has taught theory, structure and the relationships between music and dance as a Guest Professor at The National University of Costa Rica, as well as in improvisation classes at The Ballet Hispanico School (NYC).
Daniel received extensive training and his Bachelor's Degree in Classical Piano Performance from The University Of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and at El Instituto Superior De Artes, Costa Rica. He has also been trained as an elite Dance Accompanist for over a decade under the mentorship of the best accompanists in New York City. His work as an accompanist has brought him to Barcelona (Spain), Athens (Greece), San Jose (Costa Rica), Chicago (Illinois), and put him in the employment of nearly every major school and dance company in New York City.

Daniel would love to bring his skills, experience and love of music to you and your family.

A hour lesson with Daniel might go something like this!

Technical Work: [10 minutes]

- Scales, posture and technique, and 'Dozen A Day, Daily Piano Lesson Exercises' as well as other method's of technical development created by Daniel to work on dynamic shading, arpeggios, and tone often function to start the lesson, engaging the student's focus and challenging their memory to 'bring up' what was achieved in the previous lesson.

Repertoire: [15 minutes]

-Pieces are chosen from the 'Bastien Piano Teaching Method' which are supplemented by Daniel's personal collection of pieces and based on the students skill level and interest.
In this section we interact with the full capacity of the student to read music, master rhythm and technical difficulties, add increasingly subtle detail, achieve consistency and focus and all with the intention of eventually performing the work. Along the way we instill the knowledge and skills necessary to perform before an audience, often creating mock-performance environments.

Additional repertoire: [15 minutes]

- Students often learn and play Duet Repertoire with Daniel, engaging in the experience of Chamber musician creation and learning the importance of collaboration and listening.
- Students interested in pop and jazz begin work on aural skills or 'Ear Training', learning pieces by way of listening to them and then creating piano arrangements from the transcriptions they craft with Daniel's help. These arrangements become pieces in the student's repertoire.

Music Theory: [10 minutes]

- Theory: Students are taught early on to read 'key signatures' and 'time signatures' in tandem with the development of their scale work and their repertoire. Students learn the significance of the ordering of the scales, the intervals (distance between notes) which define them and multiple ways to deconstruct and define a scale and its parts, thereby allowing students to continue learning on their own, as well as developing the terminology to communicate with other musicians.
Theory gradually increases in complexity based on the student’s interest and skill level, to encompass every facet of chord making, harmony relationships and Roman Numeral Analysis.

- Vocab Word: Students receive a 'Vocab Word' every lesson. This word is a musical term, which will help the student to accurately communicate with Daniel and other musicians as well as more deeply understand the musical language.
- Flash Cards: Students also receive and develop a 'flash-card library'. This is a note-learning game which students play in each lesson with the goal of 'beating last weeks time' using increasing skills in sheet-music reading. As the student learns more notes and achieves faster times, the 'flash card library' grows and the challenge increases.

Improvisation: [5 minutes]

- Every lesson Daniel and the student improvise at least one piece of music. The student is guided over a period of weeks to internalize the concept of improvisation, eventually freeing them to the infinite and inspiring possibilities inherent in the practice of 'Improv'. Improvisations use and thereby reinforce the scales learned at the beginning of each lesson and demonstrate the importance of listening, collaboration, imagination and harmony.

The Color Game: [5 minutes]

- This is a game played at the end of each lesson in which Daniel and the student take turns striking a 'triad' (a chord with three notes). With eyes closed, the two participants begin to 'listen closely' to the chord as it is then restruck and eventually attempt to 'hear a color'. Students may also 'hear' shapes, textures, and scenes, which Daniel and the student then share with each other to great fascination and amusement, revealing similarities of interpretation and most importantly, opening the students mind to a new and magical understanding of sound.
This game, related to the psychological phenomenon of synesthesia, engages the students imagination, self-confidence and concludes each lesson is a fun, inspiring and exciting way.

Piano Notebook:

- All of Daniel's students keep a 'piano notebook', in which they receive a practice plan at the close of each lesson. The practice plan outlines the goals and methods of practice for the coming week, as well as containing advice from and a synopsis of that day's lesson. The notebook further serves as a workbook and a reference used throughout the learning process.

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Daniel Hyde
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Daniel H.

Brooklyn, NY 11222
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About Adrianna S.

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Hello! I've been playing both piano and violin for 17 years, and teaching for 12. I really enjoy cultivating a deep love for music in my students, and working with their specific strengths and weaknesses to find musical strategies that will work best for rapid, solid advancement in their musical journeys. I integrate music theory and technical finger exercises into lessons in order to build a strong foundation. Lessons are built around your personal interests--I'll listen to you, and take all your needs into consideration.

About Adrianna
Hi! Employing about two decades worth of experience in piano and violin, and twelve in teaching, I am really looking forward to sharing my gathered knowledge with you. A little about my career thus far--I'm currently a student at Manhattan School of Music, majoring in Classical Piano Performance under the tutelage of the renowned Philip Kawin. Previously, I attended Interlochen Academy of the Arts on a scholarship, where I concentrated on both piano and violin. Throughout the years, I've performed both piano and violin at many TEDx conferences internationally (including but not limited to: TEDxOrangeCoast, TEDxRedmond--of which I was a co-organizer, TEDxDenverEd, TEDxYouth@SanDiego), the INK conference in India, various universities, and live on TV shows (New Day Northwest, KOMO 4 News). In my youth, I was awarded the concertmistress posi
tion at a prestigious All-Northwest orchestra, and performed with a variety of orchestras and chamber groups.
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Adrianna S.

New York, NY 10027
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