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Goals

In keeping with the mission and goals of Marywood University, the programs in music, theatre, and dance provide a framework for students to master the professional and leadership skills necessary for various careers in the performing arts, while at the same time enabling them to develop their highest human potential. Our goal is to foster and inspire spiritual, ethical, and religious values as we teach our students to live in an interdependent world.

The programs in music prepare students for careers as school music teachers, as private studio instructors, as music therapists in a variety of clinical settings, and as performing artists. Programs in theatre prepare students for careers in musical theatre, acting and theatre production, stage direction, technical production, and the business of theatre. The 18-credit Dance minor offers courses from ballet to modern form, all with performance components. Teacher certification programs in music (K-12) and theatre (7-12) are approved by the PA Department of Education.

Graduating students may also choose careers in a related performing arts industry as music librarians, arrangers, arts managers, fine arts consultants, or further graduate study.

Requirements for all Bachelor of Music Majors

All music majors whose primary performing instrument is not keyboard must pass a piano proficiency examination. If keyboard skills are lacking, further applied piano study is required. Music Therapy majors must also pass guitar and voice proficiency examinations. B.M. candidates must present a senior recital in the major performing area. 

All music majors participate in a major ensemble appropriate to their primary performing instrument each semester of full-time status. Vocal, keyboard, and guitar majors enroll in Campus Choir. Winds and percussion majors enroll in wind ensemble. Strings majors enroll in orchestra. Additionally, non-vocal majors (string, woodwind, brass, and percussion) must participate in a vocal ensemble for four semesters.

All music majors complete the University liberal arts core requirements and competency courses according to the major area of study. Students should consult with their academic advisors to determine the exact combination of courses required for their specific degree program.

Degree Requirements

  Major Core Electives To Graduate
B.M. Music Education
85
43/46
0
135
B.M. Performance
78
43/46
3
126
B.M. Music Therapy
86-88
43/46
0
132-134
Collaborative Programs:
B.A. Musical Theatre
74
43/46
6
126
B.A. Theatre
65
43/46
15
126
B.A. Theatre Education
74
43/46
6
126
B.A. Arts Administration
a) Music
65
43/46
15
126
b) Theatre
67
43/46
13
126

 

Curriculum Requirements

B.M. in Music Education

Graduates are eligible for Pennsylvania teacher certification vocal/general and instrumental music (K­-12), and for further Graduates are eligible for Pennsylvania teacher certification in music educa­tion (K-12), and for further graduate study. A Music Education candidate must complete 190 hours of assigned fieldwork in observation prior to student teaching. Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) requires a minimum QPA of 3.00 for formal acceptance into the teacher education program. Application is typically done via sophomore screening process in the second year of study. Teacher certification requires a successful student teaching experience and the passing of Pennsylvania state teacher education tests. The music education program requires at least eight regular semesters and additional summer sessions.

Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification (music K-12)

 Applicants possessing a bachelor’s degree in a related music field (e.g., music performance, music therapy, church music) who are seeking initial teacher certifica­tion must successfully complete Components II and III: Music Education (II), and Professional Education (III).

Applicants with a bachelor’s degree in a field other than music (e.g., education, art, etc.) must successfully complete all three components: Basic Musicianship (I), Music Education (II), and Professional Education (III).

I. BASIC MUSICIANSHIP AND PERFORMANCE – 46 credits

MUSC 111 A, B Written Theory I
4
MUSC 112 A, B Aural Skills I
2
MUSC 115 A, B Conducting I
2
MUSC 120 A, B Fundamentals of Vocal Techniques
2
MUSC 127 A, B Class Piano, where applicable  4
MUSC 211 A, B Written Theory II
2
MUSC 212 A, B Aural Skills II
2
MUSC 213 A, B Keyboard Harmony
2
MUSC 309 Form and Analysis  3
MUSC 318 A, B, C Italian Vocal Diction (German-, French-), voice majors only  3
MUSC 322 History of Music I
3
MUSC 323 History of Music II
3
MUSC 412 Orchestration
2
MUSC 421 Introduction to World Music
1
MUSC 419 Conducting II
1
MUSC varies Applied Major
14
MUSC varies Applied Minor
2
MUSC varies Ensemble
4+
MUSC 482 Senior Recital 0

II. MUSIC EDUCATION COMPONENT – 14 credits

MUSC 118 Percussion Methods
2
MUSC 215A Violin Methods
2
MUSC 215B Cello/Bass Methods
2
MUSC 303A Woodwind Methods I
1
MUSC 303B Woodwind Methods II
1
MUSC 311B Music Education in Elementary School
2
MUSC 312 Music Education in Secondary School
2
MUSC 315C Instrumental Lab 0
MUSC 315D High Brass Methods
1
MUSC 315E Low Brass Methods
1

III. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION – 25 credits

EDUC 000 Field Experience 0
EDUC 005D Practicum IV Secondary/K-12 1
EDUC 100, 101 Introduction to Education .5,.5
*PSYC 251 Developmental Psychology 3
*EDUC 311 Educational Psychology 3
*EDUC 411A Effective Instruction in Secondary and K-12 Education 3
*EDUC 414 Social Foundations of Education 3
SPED 100 Characteristics of Students with Disabilities 3
**SPED 300 Curriculum Adaptations 3
*SPED 367 Behavior Management 3
EDUC 442M Student Teaching 9
*EDUC 461 Methods, Materials, & Assessment of ELL 3

*requires upper level screening
**taken with student teaching

B.M. in Performance

Graduates of this program are prepared for solo/ensemble performance, studio teaching and further graduate study. In addition to a solo recital in the senior year, the performance major must also present a solo recital in the junior year.

I. MAJOR AREA - 40 credits

MUSC varies Applied Major
32
MUSC varies Pedagogy/Literature in major performing instrument/voice
1-4
MUSC varies Ensemble
4+
MUSC 382 Junior Recital 0
MUSC 482 Senior Recital 0

II. SUPPORTIVE MUSIC COURSES – 41 credits

MUSC 111A, B Written Theory I
4
MUSC 112A, B Aural Skills I
2
MUSC 115A, B Conducting I
2
MUSC 120A, B Fundamentals of Vocal Techniques
2
MUSC 127A, B Class Piano where applicable
4
MUSC 211A, B Written Theory II
2
MUSC 212A, B Aural Skills II 2
MUSC 213A, B
Keyboard Harmony
2
MUSC 309 Form and Analysis  3
MUSC 318 A, B, C Italian Vocal Diction (German-, French-), voice majors only  3
MUSC 322 History of Music I
3
MUSC 323 History of Music II
3
MUSC 411 Modal Counterpoint
3
MUSC 412 Orchestration
2
MUSC 413 Tonal Counterpoint
3
MUSC 415 Composition
2
MUSC 419 Conducting II
1
MUSC 421 Introduction to World Music
1
MUSC varies Elective
3

B.M. in Music Therapy

Completion of this program leads to board certification as a music therapist. Following the academic studies and the required clinical training, the candidate is awarded the B.M. degree and is eligible to take the National Board Certification Examination for Music Therapists, designed and administered by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT). The credential awarded is Music Therapist-Board Certified (MT-BC).

The music therapy degree candidate completes a minimum of 1200 hours of clinical training, which has two The music therapy degree candidate must complete the required clinical training experience, which has two components: pre-internship and internship. Pre-internship training consists of various practical field experiences with at least three different populations, taken by a student in conjunction with music therapy coursework as prerequisite for internship placement. Internship is the culminating, in-depth, super­vised clinical training experience in music therapy completed at a national roster internship site. A minimum of 1040 hours is required (or hours until entry-level competence is achieved) at an AMTA-approved clinical training site. 

This competency-based curriculum prepares students for a career using music in a systematic sequence of interventions leading to specific changes with children, adolescents, and adults requiring special services. A credentialed music therapist is employed in such places as community health centers; traditional state and private facilities serving persons with mental and physical challenges, including psychiatric partial hospitalization day programs, group homes or intermediate care facilities for people with developmental disabilities; general hospitals; allied health rehabilitation centers; day care centers; nursing homes; senior centers; hospice care; correctional facilities; schools; private practice; consultative work, and/or further graduate study. Professional membership is available through the American Music Therapy Association, Inc. (AMTA).

I. BASIC MUSICIANSHIP AND PERFORMANCE 52-54 credits

MUSC 111 A, B Written Theory I
4
MUSC 112 A, B Aural Skills I
2
MUSC 115 A, B Conducting I
2
MUSC 118 C Percussion Class
2
MUSC 120 A, B Fundamentals of Vocal Techniques
2
MUSC 211 A, B Written Theory II
2
MUSC 127 A, B Class Piano, where applicable 4
MUSC 212 A, B Aural Skills II
2
MUSC 213 A, B Keyboard Harmony
2
MUSC 318 A, B, C Italian Vocal Diction (German-, French-), voice majors only  3
MUSC 322 History of Music I
3
MUSC 323 History of Music II
3
MUSC 376 Recreational Music
2
MUSC 412 Orchestration
2
MUSC varies Applied Major
14
MUSC varies Applied Guitar
2
MUSC varies Ensemble
4+
MUSC 482 Senior Recital 0

II. MUSIC THERAPY COMPONENT 19 credits

M TH 170 A, B Introduction to Music Therapy
4
M TH 171 Clinical Experience -- 20 hours
0
M TH 271 Pre-Internship Clinical Experience -- 40 hours
0
M TH 271S Pre-Internship Seminar
.5,.5
M TH 371A Pre-Internship Clinical Experience -- 50 hours
0
M TH 371S Pre-Internship Seminar
.5,.5
M TH 372 Psychological Foundations I
2
M TH 373 Psychological Foundations II
2
M TH 377 Piano Improvisation
2
M TH 471 Pre-Internship Clinical Experience -- 50 hours
0
M TH 471S Pre-Internship Seminar
.5,.5
M TH 474 Music in Therapy
3
M TH 475 Influence of Music on Behavior
3
M TH 480, 481 Music Therapy Internship -- 1040 hours
0

III. BEHAVIORAL/HEALTH/NATURAL SCIENCES 15 credits

*BIOL 130 Anatomy and Physiology and lab
4
*PSYC 211 General Psychology
3
PSYC 251 Developmental Psychology
3
PSYC 431 Abnormal Psychology
3
PSYC 432 Abnormal Behavior in Children and Adolescents
3
SPED 152 Orientation to Exceptionalities
2
SPED 355M, A Fine Arts for Students with Disabilities
2
*SOC 211 Introductory Sociology
3
* Included in liberal arts requirements

Degree-Equivalency in Music Therapy Certificate Program

This program is designed for the student who holds a bachelor’s degree in music and wishes to seek board certification in order to begin professional practice as a music therapist. The equivalency program consists of all core music therapy and clinical training requirements, plus any pertinent courses in related fields (e.g., abnormal psychology, etc.) It should be noted that an equivalency program is regarded as entry level, regardless of the level of credit awarded for course work. The student usually earns undergraduate credit for these courses.

Prior to beginning the program, the director of Music Therapy designs a course of study with the student that will result in entry-level competencies in three main areas: musical, clinical, and music therapy foundations and principles, as specified in the AMTA Professional Competencies. The transcripts of the student’s work, i.e., the first degree plus the music therapy course work, must meet the required competency-based standards.

The Equivalency in Music Therapy requires a minimum of three semesters or one and a half years, plus the minimum of 1200 internship hours as specified above. The internship follows the completion of all music therapy coursework.

Upon successful completion of the academic and internship components, the candidate is eligible to take the national Board Certification Examination for Music Therapists. Successfully passing the exam, the candidate is awarded the credential Music Therapist-Board Certified (MT-BC) by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT). Professional membership is available with the American Music Therapy Association, Inc. (AMTA).

B.A. in Musical Theatre

Combining competencies in both music and theatre, the Bachelor of Arts emphasis in Musical Theatre program provides opportunities for students to develop skills and competencies in both the artistic and technical production of musical theatre. Admission to this program requires an audition (with music, theatre, and dance components). 

Completion of this program prepares the student for professional work in musical theatre, as well as for further graduate study. This program has received final approval for listing in the NASM Directory.

Music courses — a total of 33 credits

MUSC 111 A, B Written Theory I
4
MUSC 112 A, B Aural Skills I
2
MUSC 115 A Conducting I
1
MUSC 120 A, B Fundamentals of Vocal Techniques
2
MUSC 127 A or B
Class Piano
2
MUSC 224 A or B Audition Workshop  2
MUSC 319 A, B Musical Theatre Repertoire
3
MUSC 322 History of Music I
3
MUSC 323 History of Music II
3
MUSC varies Applied Major
7
MUSC varies Vocal Ensemble
2
MUSC varies Elective
2

Theatre courses — a total of 29 credits

THEA 113 Introduction to the Theatre
3
THEA 230B Practicum
1
THEA 241 Fundamentals of Acting
3
THEA 242 Advanced Acting
3
THEA 244A,B,C,D Audition Workshop
.5,.5,.5,.5
THEA 247A Stage Management
2
THEA 330B Practicum
1
THEA 341 Theatre History
2
THEA 342A Tragedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 342B Comedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 347 Fundamentals of Directing
3
THEA 404 Theatre as a Business
2
THEA 451 Capstone Project: Musical theatre Showcase
3

Dance courses — a total of 15 credits

DANC 140 Fundamentals of Dance/Movement
3
DANC 141 Body Awareness
3
DANC 142 Fundamentals of Improvisation/Choreography
3
*DANC varies Dance Technique 6

*Six credits of dance technique required. Courses are offered in ballet, jazz, modern dance, tap, musical theatre, and special topics.

Additional Requirements

A musical theatre major must appear in public musical performances each year at Marywood and is required to audition for all dance and musical theatre productions. In addition, a musical theatre major must attend all master classes and workshops offered in dance.

The musical theatre major will be evaluated or juried each year in music, theatre and dance to make recommendations for further study.

Requirements for all Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

There are two concentrations in the theatre program: (1) Theatre Arts prepares students as performing artists, directors, technicians, designers, and managers. (2) Theatre Education leads to Pennsylvania teacher certification in Communication Arts 7-12 (which includes English, theatre, and non-print media). 

All students adhere to Marywood University’s liberal arts core curriculum requirements as outlined in the undergraduate catalog. 

Curriculum Requirements

Basic requirements for all students in Theatre Arts or Theatre Education (15 credits):

THEA 113 Introduction to Theatre
3
THEA 247A Stage Management
2
THEA 341 Theatre History
2
THEA 342A Tragedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 342B Comedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 451 Capstone Project
3
THEA 130A Theatre Lab
1

B.A. in Theatre Arts (65 credits)

The broad base of the theatre arts program allows for the exploration of a student’s strengths, which are then converted into marketable skills. With the advisement of faculty and staff, students are eventually directed toward a focus on performance, technical production or management. For all theatre students, production experiences place strong emphasis on the development of an ensemble work ethic. Course requirements include the basic requirements of 15 credits for the major, plus:

THEA 241 Fundamentals of Acting
3
THEA 247B Scenic Design
2
THEA 247C Lighting and Sound Design
2
THEA 247D Costuming and Make-Up
2
THEA 343 Theatre Management
2
THEA 347 Fundamentals of Directing
3
THEA 404 Theatre as a Business
2
THEA 130B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 230A,B Theatre Lab
1,1
THEA 330A,B Theatre Lab
1,1
THEA 430A,B Theatre Lab
1,1

Select 6 credits from the following:

THEA 242 Advanced Acting
3
THEA 348 Advanced Directing
3
THEA 247 Advanced Production
3
DANC140 Fundamentals of Dance/Movement
3

Select 21 credits of electives with advisement. Students are encouraged to take an 18-credit minor in an area of related interest.

B.A. in Theatre Education (74 credits)

Students are certified to teach Communication Arts at the secondary level. The certification area includes English, theatre, and non-print media. Theatre Education candidates complete 190 hours of assigned fieldwork in observation prior to student teaching. Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) requires a minimum QPA of 3.00 for formal acceptance into the teacher education program. Application is typi­cally done via sophomore screening process in the second year of study. Teacher certification requires a successful student teaching experience and the passing of Pennsylvania state teacher education tests.

Course requirements include basic requirements of 15 credits for the major plus:

COMM 112 Communication Theory
3
THEA 230A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 330A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 430A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 241 Fundamentals of Acting
3
THEA 247B Scenic Design
2
THEA 247C Lighting and Sound Design
2
THEA 347 Fundamentals of Directing
3
+ENGL 412A Teaching of Writing
3
OR
+ENGL 412B Teaching of Literature
3

+ The course selected may be applied both as a requirement for the major and as an upper level Liberal Arts core requirement.

Select 6 credits from the following non print courses:

COMM 231 Audio Production
3
COMM 233 Video Production I
3
COMM 234 Video Production II
3
COMM 237 New Communication Technologies
3
COMM varies Non-print media electives
3

Professional Education Component

EDUC 000 Field Experience
0
EDUC 005D Practicum IV Secondary/K­12 1
EDUC 100, 101 Introduction to Education
.5,.5
*PSYC 251 Developmental Psychology
3
*EDUC 311 Educational Psychology
3
*EDUC 411A Effective Instruction in Secondary and K-12 Education
3
* EDUC 414 Social Foundations of Education 3
SPED 100 Characteristics of Students with Disabilities
3
**SPED 300 Curriculum Adaptations
3

* SPED 367

Behavior Management 3
EDUC 442M Student Teaching
9
*EDUC 461 Methods, Materials, & Assessment of ELL 3

*requires upper level screening
**taken with student teaching

Theatre Minor

To compliment an academic major or to provide student enrichment, the theatre minor includes a broad scope of interest in the field. Minor specialization in theatre requires 18 credits:

THEA 230A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 247A Stage Management
2
  Choose two courses from the following three (247B, C, D):
THEA 247B Scenic Design
2
THEA 247C Lighting/Sound Design
2
THEA 247D Costuming/Make-Up
2
THEA 330A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 341 Theatre History
2
THEA 342A Tragedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 342B Comedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 347 Fundamentals of Directing 3
THEA 430A or B Theatre Lab
1

Dance Minor

The objectives of the dance minor at Marywood University are to develop technique and competency in the body as an instrument of expression and to provide an awareness of the body itself. Dance is the most fundamental of the arts, involving a direct expression of oneself through the body. It is a basic form of communication. The application of dance theory has broadened in recent decades to include a variety of fields of study. The Marywood dance minor not only addresses the need for developing technique and aesthetic principles for theatre or music majors, but is compatible with study in other academic areas at Marywood.

Minor specialization in Dance requires 18 credits:

DANC 140 Fundamentals of Dance/Movement
3
**DANC 141 Body Awareness
3
DANC 142 Fundamentals of Improvisation/Choreography
3
DANC 143A or B Ensemble
3
*DANC varies Dance Technique 6

*Six credits of dance technique required. Courses offered in ballet, jazz, modem dance, tap, musical theatre, stage combat and special topics.

**Some majors (such as Psychology or Early Childhood Special Education) may require a student to substitute Body Awareness with Kinesiology.

In addition, all dance minors are required to attend master classes and workshops in dance.

B.A. in Arts Administration

Primary concentration — Music; Secondary Concentration — Art or Theatre

Music, art, or theatre and a business component as a combined form have cultural and practical aspects. Encompassing the arts in their broadest interpretation and incorporating a basic business component, this program permits students to live responsibly in an interdependent world. It forms an intrinsic parallel to the undergraduate curricular purpose regarding the human condition.

The program consists of these objectives:

  1. develop student competencies in music;
  2. develop in the students basic skills in business administration;
  3. familiarize student with the separate as well as the combined standards for effective arts management.


Graduates of this program are prepared for a variety of positions in organizations concerned with artistic presentations. Arts administrators are needed in federal, state, and community arts agencies, as well as in the promotion of arts education programs.

Required Courses (24 credits)

BUS 111 Principles of Marketing
3
BUS 123 Management and Career Options
3
BUS 131 Accounting I
3
BUS 132 Accounting II
3
BUS 200 Advanced Computer Tools 3
BUS 252 Business Law I
3
BUS varies Electives
6

Primary Concentration — Music (26 credits)

MUSC 111A & 112A Written Theory I & Aural Skills I
3
MUSC 115A Conducting I
1
MUSC 120A Fundamentals of Vocal Techniques
1
MUSC 322 History of Music I
3
MUSC 323 History of Music II
3
MUSC varies Applied Music
4
MUSC varies Choral/Instrumental Ensemble
3
MUSC 203 Arts Management
3
MUSC 303 Practicum
2
MUSC 403 Internship
3

If one chooses Art or Theatre as a primary concentration, then Music becomes the secondary concentration as follows:

Secondary Concentration — Music (15 credits)

MUSC 111A & 112A Written Theory I & Aural Skills I
3
MUSC 115A Conducting I
1
MUSC 120A Fundamentals of Vocal Techniques
1
MUSC 322 History of Music I
3
MUSC 323 History of Music II
3
MUSC varies Applied Music
2
MUSC varies Choral/Instrumental Ensemble
2

Primary Concentration Theatre (28 credits)

THEA 113 Introduction to Theatre
3
THEA 130A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 247A Stage Management
2
  Choose two courses from the following three (247B, C, D):
THEA 247B Scenic Design
2
THEA 247C Lighting/Sound Design
2
THEA 247D Costuming/Make-Up
2
THEA 330A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 341 Theatre History
2
THEA 342A Tragedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 342B Comedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 343 Theatre Management
2
THEA 404 Theatre as a Business
2
THEA 430A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 451 Capstone Project
3
THEA 450 Internship
3

Secondary Concentration Theatre (15 credits)

THEA 230A or B Theatre Lab
1
THEA 247 Stage Management
2
  Choose two courses from the following three (247B, C, D):
THEA 247B Scenic Design
2
THEA 247C Lighting/Sound Design
2
THEA 247D Costuming/Make-Up
2
THEA 341 Theatre History
2
THEA 342A Tragedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 342B Comedy in Dramatic Literature
2
THEA 343 Theatre Management
2

Minor in Music

Designed for students who wish to combine their aptitude for music with a major in another area. A total of 18 credits is required.

MUSC 111A & 112A Written Theory I & Aural Skills I
3
MUSC 115A, B Conducting I
2
MUSC 120A, B Fundamentals of Vocal Techniques
2
MUSC 322 History of Music I
3
OR MUSC 323 History of Music II
3
MUSC varies Applied Music
4
MUSC varies Electives (2 electives should be in ensemble)
4

Requirements for Admission

In addition to fulfilling the general requirements for admittance to the University, the student auditions in the major performing medium (for music or musical theatre). A placement test is also given at the time of the audition. This test includes:


Transfer Students

Students transferring from other schools or other courses of study must follow the same procedure as new applicants. Transfers must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours in Music at Marywood.

Graduation Requirements

Before graduation, candidates for the Bachelor of Music degree must fulfill the requirements for the degree program as stated in the current catalog and student handbook.

Accreditation

Marywood University has been a full member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) since 1945. This association is responsible for the accreditation of music curricula in higher education and all other levels of music. Membership in this organization ensures the establishment and maintenance of minimum standards for the education of musicians while encouraging both diversity and excellence in all educational programs.

Marywood University also has full approval of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA). Both the AMTA and the NASM collaborate regarding standards for education and clinical practice. Curriculum, personnel, and criteria are recommended by the AMTA to the NASM for accreditation. AMTA approval places colleges and universities offering programs in health related fields on a par with other health care associations that require this type of approval.

The professional Music Therapist Board Certified (MT-BC) credential is awarded by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT). The CBMT is committed to maintaining the current standard for eligibility to sit for the national examination in that “Candidates must have completed academic and clinical training requirements established by the American Music Therapy Association.”

Facilities

University facilities that support the performing arts programs include hold­ings in books, scores, audio, DVDs, and video recordings in the University library, as well as the following scores and equipment in the Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts: 

 


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