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Performances

(For TONE BENT performances go to www.tonebent.com)

(For Take Jack performances go to www.takejack.com)

2014

Friday, August 8th and Saturday August 9th 8PM

THE SKERRIES

HOUSE CONCERT • LIVE RECORDING SESSION!

Scott Walton upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Reservations required: bhorvitz@sonic.net

Music...refreshments...fun time for all!

Admission: Pay What You Will

Saturday, February 8th 9:30 pm

THE SKERRIES  plus HORNS!

Duende

468 19th Street, Oakland, CA

510-893-0174  $10       

Scott Walton upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Steve  Adams saxophones

Cory Wright saxophones

Hal Forman trumpet

http://duendeoakland.com/

PAST PERFORMANCES 2013

Saturday, September  28th 2-4 pm

THE SKERRIES

Seasons of the Vineyard

113 Plaza Street

Healdsburg, CA

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

http://www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org/wordpress/events/seasons-of-the-vineyard/

Tuesday, October 15th 5-8 pm

THE SKERRIES

Ceres Community Project Fundraiser

Lagunitas Brewing Company

1280 North McDowell St.

Petaluma CA

$25 includes food and one beverage

Scott Walton   upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

http://www.ceresproject.org/CeresFest/index.html

Saturday, October 19th 8pm

THE SKERRIES

Occidental Center for the Arts

3850 Doris Murphy Ct.

Occidental, CA

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

$15 at the door or through Brown Paper Tickets

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/browse.html

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org/122-2/

Sunday, June 30th 6PM

THE BILL HORVITZ EXPANDED BAND (East Coast) CD RELEASE CONCERT IN NYC!

Roulette  509 Atlantic Ave (On the corner of Atlantic & 3rd Aves)
DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN, NY

The Band for Roulette:
Ben Kono oboe/English horn
Mike McGinnis clarinets
Marty Ehrlich alto sax/flute
Matt Bauder tenor sax
Dave Sewelson bari sax
Sara Schoenbeck bassoon
Vincent Chancey French horn
Nate Wooley trumpet
Riley Mulherkar trumpet
Steve Swell trombone
Ron Caswell tuba
Jason Hwang violin
Christopher Hoffman cello
Wayne Horvitz piano
Ken Filiano bass
Bobby Previte drums
Omid Zoufonoun conductor
Bill Horvitz guitar

Friday, March 22nd 9 PM

THE BILL HORVITZ EXPANDED BAND CD RELEASE CONCERT

The Long Walk  in memory of Philip Horvitz

Duende

468 19th Street, Oakland, CA

510-893-0174        $15

http://duendeoakland.com/

Saturday, March 23rd 8 PM

THE BILL HORVITZ EXPANDED BAND CD RELEASE CONCERT

The Long Walk in memory of Philip Horvitz

The Glaser Center

547 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa
all ages (707) 568-5381

Pay what you will, suggested admission $20
http://www.glasercenter.com

The Bill Horvitz Expanded Band 2013 (West Coast)

Kyle Bruckman oboe/English horn

Steve Adams alto sax flute

Cory Wright  tenor sax
Jon Raskin  baritone sax
Aram Shelton clarinets
Michael Cooke bassoon
Hal Foman trumpet
Chris Grady trumpet
John Chapman French horn

Ned Haran trombone
Nathan Riebli tuba

Wayne Horvitz piano
Sarah Jo Zaharako violin
Crystal Pascucci cello
Dan Seamans bass
Vijay Anderson drums
Omid Zoufonoun conductor
Bill Horvitz guitar/composer

Thursday, February 21st 8pm to 10pm

THE SKERRIES

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Gaia's Garden

1899 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa CA

707-544-2491 no cover, $4 minimum

http://www.gaiasgardenonline.com/

Monday, January 28th 7-10 PM

Bill Horvitz/Scott Walton Duo

Dry Creek Kitchen in the Hotel Healdsburg

317 Healdsburg Avenue,

707-431-0330

Healdsburg Jazz Festival site--see current jazz calendar

2012

Saturday, December 15th 8pm

THE SKERRIES

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Main Stage West

104 North Main Street, Sebastopol CA

Admission: Sliding Scale $7-$25

707-823-0177

www.mainstagewest.com

Thursday, November 15th 8pm to 10pm

THE SKERRIES

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Gaia's Garden

1899 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa CA

707-544-2491 no cover, $4 minimum

http://www.gaiasgardenonline.com/

Saturday, September 29th 8pm

THE SKERRIES

Occidental Center for the Arts

3850 Doris Murphy Ct.

Occidental, CA

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

$10 at the door or through Brown Paper Tickets (link to come)

http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org/122-2/

Saturday, August 11

THE SKERRIES

Benefit for the Ceres Community Project

Dinner and Auction

http://ceresproject.org/

Thursday, August 16th 8pm to 10pm

THE SKERRIES

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Gaia's Garden

1899 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa CA

707-544-2491 no cover, $4 minimum

http://www.gaiasgardenonline.com/

Monday, August 21st 7:30pm

THE SKERRIES

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Nebraska Mondays at Luna's Cafe

1414 16th Street (btween N and O)

$5-10 sliding scale, all ages

http://lunascafe.com/

Thursday, June 21st 8pm to 10pm

THE SKERRIES

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Gaia's Garden

1899 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa CA

707-544-2491 no cover, $4 minimum

http://www.gaiasgardenonline.com/

Thursday, April 26th 8pm to 10pm

THE SKERRIES

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz   electric guitar, composer

Gaia's Garden

1899 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa CA

707-544-2491 no cover, $4 minimum

http://www.gaiasgardenonline.com/

Our Town directed by John Shillington.

music composed and/or arranged by Bill Horvitz

Santa Rosa Junior College Newman Auditorium

Friday and Sat March. 9, 10 8pm    Sunday, March 11th 2pm

Thursday, Friday March 15th, 16th 8pm

Saturday March 17th at 2pm and 8pm and Sunday March 18th at 2pm

advance tickets highly recommended at:

http://www.santarosa.edu/theatrearts

2011

Friday, December 9th 8:00 PM

THE SKERRIES with:

Scott Walton  upright bass

Tom Hayashi  drums

Bill Horvitz      electric guitar, composer

A brand new instrumental band performing original music

based in jazz, folk, and rock traditions.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts

6780 Depot Street Sebastopol CA

$10 suggested donation

707.829.4797
http://www.sebarts.org/

Voice of the Prairie directed by John Shillington.

music by Bill Horvitz guitar, banjo, vocals and Robin Eschner, vocals and guitar Santa Rosa Junior College Newman AuditoriumFriday and Sat Jan. 28, 29 8pmWed, Thu, Fri Feb. 2nd, 3rd, 4th, at 8pmSat Feb 5th at 2pm and 8pm and Sunday Feb 6th at 2pmadvance tickets highly recommended at:

http://www.santarosa.edu/theatrearts

THE BILL HORVITZ EXPANDED BAND recording session

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA

January 22nd and 23rd

2010 

THE BILL HORVITZ EXPANDED BAND with DUCHAMPION AND THE SHADE

Friday, June 25th 8:30 PM

21 Grand

416 25th Street
Oakland, CA

$6-10 sliding scale

http://www.21grand.org/

BH Expanded Band

"The Long Walk"

in memory of Philip Horvitz

see below for lineup ***

Duchampion

Asa Horvitz guitar and vocals

Ben Saretan guitar and vocals

Will Brant guitars, bass

Jake Nussbaum drums

The Shade

Adam Tinkle

Matt Patterson
Josh Koenig
Will Brant

Jake Nussbaum

***

The Bill Horvitz Expanded Band 2010

Kyle Bruckman oboe/English horn

Steve Adams alto sax flute

Cory Wright  tenor sax
Jon Raskin  baritone sax
Cornelius Boots clarinets
Michael Cooke bassoon
Hal Foman trumpet
Darren Johnston trumpet
John Chapman French horn

Liam Staskawicz trombone
Nathan Riebli tuba
Emily Packard violin
Laura Gaynon cello
Dan Seamans bass
Vijay Anderson drums
Omid Zoufonoun conductor
Bill Horvitz guitar/composer

Barbara Kingsolver Stories "Why I Am a Danger to the Public" and "Rose-Johnny" adapted for theater in the "word for word" style by director John Shillington.

Music by Bill Horvitz guitar, banjo, vocals and Katie Phillips, vocals.

Santa Rosa Junior College Newman Auditorium

Friday and Sat Jan. 29, 30 8pm

Wed, Thu, Fri Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th at 8pm

Sat Feb 6th at 2pm and 8pm and Sunday Feb 7 at 2pm

advance tickets highly recommended at

http://www.santarosa.edu/theatrearts

 

2009 

THE BILL HORVITZ EXPANDED BAND

"The Long Walk"

in memory of Philip Horvitz

Friday, November 13th 8 PM

Community Music Center

544 Capp St.
San Francisco

$10 adults/$5 students, seniors, art pass (all ages) (415) 647-6015
http://www.sfcmc.org/site/index.php?id=10

Saturday, November 14th 8PM
The Glaser Center
547 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa
Sliding Scale admission (all ages) (707) 568-5381
http://www.glasercenter.com

 

      photo: © Brad Winter 2005

        

Wednesday, October 14th 9PM

Guitar Showcase with Teja Gerkin, Mokai, Bill Horvitz

The Sleeping Lady

23 Broadway, Fairfax CA

(415) 485-1182

www.sleepingladyfairfax.com

no cover

 

2008

Saturday November 1 7-10 PM

Tone Bent

French Garden Bistro

Sebastopol, CA

www.frenchgardenrestaurant.com

Monday, Octber 27th 9:30 PM

with Darren Johnston trumpet and David Phillips pedal steel guitar

The Make-Out Room

3225 22nd ST

San Francisco

www.makeoutroom.com

Friday, October 24th 8PM

TONE BENT
CD RELEASE CONCERT!!
Come help us celebrate the release of "Say What You Will"
Sebastopol Community Center Annex
390 Morris Street, Sebastopol, CA
General admission $15, free to children and teens.
To purchase tickets* and for additional information, please contact:
Sebastopol Community Center - www.seb.org - (707) 823-1511

*You can also make reservations on this site by sending us an email. Go to CONTACT.

We'd love to see you there. We will be performing 2 sets of music including songs from the new CD and a few of our favorite covers. CD's will be "on special" that night for $10.00. Enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages . . . buy a few dozen CDs and t-shirts to pass out to tricker-treaters and help us celebrate. The Community Center Annex is the smaller building NW of the Community Center at 390 Morris St. in Sebastopol.

TONE BENT

Sunday, October 12th
House Concert (private event)
Sebastopol, CA

TONE BENT

Tuesday, October 7th 9 PM--
Hopmonk Tavern
Sebastopol, CA

April through August

Tone Bent CD composing and recording

Thursday, February 7th, 7:30PM

Tone Bent, Forestville, CA

info

www.tonebent.com

"Anatomy of Gray" by Jim Leonard, Directed by John Shillington

Performing original music on guitar and banjo

Newman Auditorium, Santa Rosa Junior College 8PM

Thursday, January 24 (preview)

Friday, January 25

Saturday, January 26

Wednesday, January 30

Thursday, January 31

Friday, February 1

Saturday, February 2 (2PM and 8PM)

Sunday, February 3 (2PM)

http://www.santarosa.edu/theatrearts/current.html

2007

The Bill Horvitz Band with Steve Adams and Harris Eisenstadt

West Coast Tour October/November 2007 (confirmed dates)

note: For the first three dates, the fabulous drummer Paul Kikuchi will be with us. The fabulous Skye Brooks will be drumming in Vancouver. After that, it's the fabulous Harris. Note duo set with Wayne in Seattle.

Sunday, October 28th, 8PM

Seattle, Washington

Gallery 1412

1412 18th Avenue at Union Street

info@gallery1412.org

First set: Wayne Horvitz/Bill Horvitz Duo!

Monday, October 29th, 7:30 PM

Nanaimo, BC, Canada

The & Loan Gallery

www.zula.ca

Tuesday, October 30th

Gabriola, BC, Canada

The Roxy

560 North Road

www.zula.ca

Thursday, November 1

Vancouver, BC

1067

1067 Granville Street

www.myspace.com/1067granville

Friday, November 2nd

Astoria, Oregon

The Astoria Visual Arts Center
453 A 11th Street
contact: Paul Hoskin (503) 325-2276

www.astoriaarts.com

Saturday, November 3rd

Corvallis, Oregon

Sahalie Wine Cellar
151 NW Monroe Ave #101

(541) 754-7457
www.sahaliewine.com

Sunday, November 4th 8PM
Ashland, Oregon

The Mobius

281 4th Street (between A and B)

www.themobius.com

Tuesday, November 6th

Arcata, California

Jambalaya Restaurant

915 H Street

(707) 822-4766

Thursday, November 8th

Healdsburg, California

Palette Cafe and Gallery

235 Healdsburg Avenue, 105

(707) 433-2788

www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org

http://www.palette-art.com/gallery/pc/Upcoming.asp

 

Note Expanded Band Performance below at Roulette NYC

May 6th, 2007

 

The Bill Horvitz Band with Steve Adams and Harris Eisenstadt

East Coast Tour April/May

Friday April 27th, 8PM

Portland, Maine

Portland Conservatory of Music

116 Free Street

Saturday April 28th, 8PM

Somerville, MA

The Nave Gallery

Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church

155 Powderhouse Blvd

http://www.artsomerville.org/calendar/month.php?year=2007&month=04

Sunday April 29th, 9:30 PM

Ithaca, NY

The ABC Cafe

308 Stewart Avenue

607-277-4770

www.theabccafe.com

Monday April 30th, 7PM

Syracuse, NY

Jazz Central

441 East Washington Street

315-479-5299

www.cnyjazz.org

Tuesday May 1st,

Toronto, ON, Canada

The Now Lounge

89 Church  Street

416- 364-1301
www.nowlounge.com

Wednesday May 2nd, 8PM

Rochester, NY

The Bop Shop

274 N. Goodman Street

585-271-3354

www.bopshop.com

Thursday May 3rd, 8 PM

Buffalo , NY

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center

341 Delaware Avenue

716-854-1694

www.hallwalls.org

Friday May 4th, 8:30 PM

Hartford, CT

Real Art Ways

56 Arbor Street

860-232-1006

www.realartways.org

The Bill Horvitz Expanded Band In Tribute to Philip Horvitz

(see background below)

Sunday May 6th, 8:30 PM

New York, NY

Roulette

20 Greene Street

212-219-8242

info@roulette.org

The Band

Steve Adams sax flute
David Sewelson baritone sax
Kyle Bruckman oboe/English horn
Marty Ehrlich clarinets
Sara Schoenbeck bassoon
Russ Johnson trumpet
Darren Johnston trumpet
Vincent Chancey French horn
Marcus Rojas tuba
Jason Hwang violin
Katie Harlow cello
Ken Filiano bass
Wayne Horvitz piano
Joseph Sabella drums
Harris Eisenstadt drums
Brian Thorstenson spoken word
Robin Eschner guitar/vocals
Robin Holcomb vocals
Omid Zoufonoun conductor
Bill Horvitz guitar/vocals, composer

"For those of you who didn't know my brother Philip, he passed away suddenly of heart failure on March 30, 2005 at the age of 44. He was an inspired writer, director, actor, dancer, choreographer, and a man who deeply loved many kinds of music. He was generous and kind, playful and curious . . . dramatic and impassioned. He had the largest group of extremely close friends of anyone I've ever known. I had been wanting to write something as a tribute to him, and honestly was pretty much unable to for quite a while. At some point, I began hearing the beginnings of new compositions that felt in some way related to Philip. I started putting these together and the resulting mix is a collection of folk, jazz, funk, and improvisational works that have come out of the enormous range of emotions I've felt since his death, and though they are not "his music" they have been influenced by him nonetheless. I'm delighted to say that we will be joined by Brian Thorstenson--compelling and wonderful writer and playwright--and Philip's treasured friend Brian will be reading some of his writing for Philip with music accompaniment." -Bill Horvitz

 

Spring 2007 performances with the Occidental Choir
Friday, May 11, 8PM      St. Philip Ctr, Occidental, CA
Saturday, May 12, 8PM United Church of Christ, Petaluma, CA
Sunday, May 13, 8 PM    6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa, CA
Friday, May 18, 8PM    Holy Family Episcopal Church, Rohnert Park , CA
Saturday, May 19, 8PM    Community Church, Sebastopol, CA
Sunday, May 20, 3PM   Occidental Center for the Arts,Occidental, CA

info at:

www.occidentalchoir.org

 

2006

The Bill Horvitz Expanded Band in Tribute to Philip Horvitz
Friday Nov. 17th - SF & Sunday Nov. 19th, 2006- Sebastopol
(details below)

Omid Zoufonoun (conducting), Steve Adams (sax/flute), Jon Raskin (sax),
George Cremaschi (bass), Hal Forman (trumpet), Darren Johnston (trumpet), Liam Staskawicz (trombone), Aram Shelton (clarinets), Kyle Bruckman (oboe, English horn), Matt Montgomery (violin), Robin Eschner (vocals, piano), Joseph Sabella (drums), and Bill Horvitz (electric and acoustic guitar and vocals)

I'm delighted to say that we will be joined by Brian Thorstensen -
the wonderful writer and playwright - and Philip's treasured friend.
Brian will be reading some of his writing for Philip with music
accompaniment as part of the performance.

A Tribute to My Brother Philip
For those of you who didn't know my brother, he passed away suddenly
on March 30, 2005 at the age of 44. He was an inspired writer,
director, actor, and a man who deeply loved many kinds of music. He
was generous and kind, playful and curious . . . dramatic and impassioned. He had the largest group of extremely close friends of anyone I've ever known. I had been wanting to write something as a tribute to him, and honestly was pretty much unable to for quite a while. At some point, I began hearing the beginnings of new compositions that felt in some way related to Philip. I started putting these together and the resulting mix is a collection of folk, jazz, funk, and improvisational works that have come out of the enormous range of emotions I've felt since his death, and though they are not "his music" they have been influenced by him nonetheless.

So please mark your calendars (and tell your friends) and join us for
some moving and wacky and sad and fun music to celebrate Philip in
one of the myriad ways that are possible.

Thank you!!!
Bill

Friday, November 17th  8pm
Community Music Center
544 Capp St. (between S. Van Ness and Mission near 21st St.)  SF 
(415) 647-6015
directions

Sunday, November 19th 8pm
Sebastopol Brewing Company 
230 Petaluma Ave (0n the left coming into Seb. on 116 from 101) Sebastopol 
(707) 823-7837
directions at http://www.sebastopolbrewing.com/Pages/chef.htm


Bill Horvitz Band Spring 2007 East Coast Tour
April 24 through May 6
look for info soon about dates in these and other places:

Rochester
Buffalo
Montreal

Ithaca
Syracuse

NYC
Hartford
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Washington, DC   and more . . . . . .

 

2006

with the Occidental Choir

weekends of December 1/2 and 8/9 Sonoma County

see www.occidentalchoir.org for concert dates and locations and times

Bill Horvitz Expanded Band

Community Music Center, SF

Friday, November 17

Saturday, November 18, Sebastopol Brewing Co.

Bill Horvitz Trio with

Hal Foreman trumpet

Matt Montgomery violin

Old Ironsides, Sacramento, CA

Sunday, August 6

with Moe Staiano's Moekestra

CD release party

12 Galaxies, SF

Wednesday, July 19

with the Occidental Choir
Friday, May 5     Sebastopol, CA
Saturday, May 6    Occidental, CA
Sunday, May 7    Santa Rosa, CA
Friday, May 19    Petaluma, CA
Saturday, May 20    Santa Rosa, CA
Sunday, May 21    Occidental, CA

with Vinny Golia's Bay Area Ensemble

21 Grand, Oakland CA

Wednesday, April 19

with Moe Staino   
CD recording
March 14 Oakland, CA

with Harris Eisenstadt Ahimsa Orchestra 
February 2 Oakland, CA

with Bret Martin
January 28 San Francisco;  February 25th Petaluma, CA

with Wayne Horvitz and special guest Lesli Dalaba   
January 18 Seattle, WA

 

TONE BENT

Tour Dates in January 2006
Mt. Shasta Jan 13
Ashland January 14
Eugene Jan 15
Bellingham January 16
Seattle January 17
Vancouver, BC Jan 19
Portland January 22
Klamath Falls, OR Jan 23

(more dates and information to come check TONE BENT.com for concert dates and locations and times )

2005

TONE BENT
Thursday, April 21 7pm

Robin Eschner and Bill Horvitz, guitars and vocals
Quicksilver Mine Company
6671 Front Street (Highway 116)
Forestville, CA, 95436
(707) 887-0799


with songwriter Bret Martin

June 4 Santa Rosa
August 3 Anaheim
August 8 Petaluma
2006
January 28 San Francisco

with the Occidental Choir
May 6, 7, 8, 20, 21, 22 Sonoma County
Montecatini, Italy Choir Festival June 26-30
Spring Sonoma County Concerts
www.occidentalchoir.org for concert dates and locations and times


with poet Bob Stanley
Saturday, February 12
Second Saturday Poetry Series
The Book Collector, at 1008 24th (twixt J & K).
Midtown Sacramento. 8 pm
(916) 442-9295

Bob's Bio
A poet for over three decades, Bob Stanley left behind a business career to pursue a Master’s degree in the Sac State creative writing program, and he hopes to teach English at American River College in the Fall. His poems have been published in numerous journals and anthologies, including The Sacramento Anthology and The Dreamlife of Johnny Baseball. A monthly host at the Sacramento Poetry Center, Bob is currently working on a jazz opera entitled Xanadu. He lives in the Arden area with his wife Joyce, and their four children.

[see poem below]




The New Arrangement

There is a place in this arrangement where I have to make the leap
from where I am
to where I want to go
the words are
love
like
you
but the like is way up high above the love
a major third
and the L’s get in the way
so it comes out a little flat.

I focus my attention on the column of air that moves
right through my heart
When it’s working right it runs from the genitals all the way
to just below the brain
and then it projects
the notes, the words
into a woven fabric of meaning
and when it doesn’t it sounds
like a farm animal on a cold morning.

Who ever thought I would
practice using air so that air
would become whatever I wanted it to be?
Even now I hum to myself
while I wait here at this broad intersection
under a sky grey and white,
the sound of an ambulance recedes
love like love like love like
and as the light changes I move forward
into the measured step of
two or four, depending on
what I want you to feel.

Sometimes you take something
very small to stand for
everything that is going on in a life.
Right now I’m trying
with everything I’ve got
to make one small change
this one leap sound just right
so it’s as smooth a circle
so I breathe more deeply
to make something as simple as
two or three words resonate
so we both understand, you and I.

This is my work
to learn this new arrangement -
Over and over opening wide
to control the vagaries
of mind and tongue:
love like love like love like love like…
and then at last as if sighing
as I sit down into an easy chair
I reveal the note of resolution
at the end of the solo:
you.

- Bob Stanley

 

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