In Convertendo Dominus: Preludio. Christophe Coin. Messe pour le Port Royal: Ave Maris stella. Alceste ou le Triomphe d'Alcide: Ouverture. Jean-Claude Malgoire. Jordi Savall. La Visionnaire. La Misterieuse. La Monflambert. Bach: Variations Goldberg. Bach: Partitas pour clavecin. Allegro, ma non troppo. Maestoso - Allegro con brio ed appassionato. Adagio molto semplice e cantabile. Lento, improvisando - Andante assai; Allegretto - Lento, improvisando.
Fantasia In C Minor, K. Impromptus, Op. Canon simplex. Concierto para una fiesta Romero, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Marriner. Adagietto-Andante Moderato. Adagio - Allegretto Molto Ritmico.
Sonate no l, violon, piano, op. Philips avec : 6 Humoresques, violon, orch. Vladimir Ashkenazy. London Praeludium VII Contenu : Concerto, violon, orch. Ivry Gitlis, violon. Harold Byrns. Bamberger Symphoniker 3e oeuvredir.
Heinrich Hollreiser. Dover Pub. Zino Francescatti, violon. Memebers of the Cleveland Praeludium VII, dir. Columbia MS avec : Concerto, violon, orch. Capella Academica Wien, dir. Kurt Redel. Archiv Produktion Contenu : Concerto, violon, orch.
Concerti 6 Berliner Philharmoniker, dir. I,mi maj. XI 11, sol maj. I, 61, la min. L'Estro armonico : Concerti Grossi, op. L'Estro armonico : Concerti grossi, op. Thomas Brandis. Members of the New York Philharmonic, dir. Sonates 12violon, continuo, op. Philips 3 d. Columbia Y Praeludium VII : Concerto no 22, violon, orch. Suite no 3, BWVdo maj. Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, violoncelle. Trio, piano, cordes, op. Sonates, violoncelle, piano 5 Daniel Shafran, violoncelle.
Anton Ginzburg, piano. Contenu : Sonate no 1, op. Maurice Gendron, violoncelle. London Philarmonic Orchestra, dir. Philips Contenu : Concerto, violoncelle, orch. Concerto, violoncello, si min. Alexander Gibson. Concerto,violoncelle, orch.
Sir Malcolm Sargent. The English Chamber Orchestra, dir. Couperin, arr. Orchestre National de l'O. Deutsche Gr. Christine Walevska, violoncelle. Eliahu Inbal. Philips Contenu : Concerto no 1, violoncelle, orch. Mstislav Rostropovich, et solo violoncelle 2e oeuvre. Polish songs completeop. Ariette italiane 6 Musique de tous les temps, no Janvier Contenu : Les berceaux, op. Si mon moine voulait danser! Dalton Baldwin, piano. Giorgio Favaretto, piano. Sea pictures, op. Sir John Barbirolli.
Wergo WER 5 d. Simon Rattle. Nw York Philharmonic, dir. Giuseppe Sinopoli. Ambrosian Singers, Philarmonia Orchestra, dir. Women's Voices of the Netherlands Radio Chorus. Philips Contenu : Ouverture, op. Aldo Ceccato. Songs dir.
Igor Stravinsky et Robert Craft. Raffi Armenian. Malczik - Mikołaj Trzaska - Pieszo Tate. The American Flag, op. Berliner Rundfunk. Wolfgang Sawallisch. Alexander Nevsky, op. Thomas Peck. Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, dir. Leonard Slatkin. Alexander Nevsky cantata op. Igor Stravinsky. Paul Traver. Michel Sanvoisin. Marcel Couraud. Paul Dessau. Ferdinand Grossmann. Contenu : Feuilles du matin, op. Joseph Liebling.
Silvio Foretic et Mauricio Kagel. Elmer Iseler. Anderson, A. Jones, E. Ein Instrumentalensemble, dir. Carl Orff. Lawrence Park Collegiate Orch. John P. Barron et John R. David Willcocks.
Jolly Rutterkin. Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, dir. Praeludium VII Setti, et autres orch. Bayerisches Staatsorchester, dir. The St. Rome Opera House Orchestra and Chorus, dir. Silvio Varviso. Julius Rudel. Angel S Contenu : Medea. Nel di Various - Summertime Gold vittoria io le incontrai… Ambizioso spirto tu sei… Vieni!
Eugenio Marco. William Christie. Zoltan Pesko. New Philharmonica Orchestra, dir. Columbia M Contenu : Don Pasquale. Orchestra e Coro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, dir. Gabriele Ferro. Jesus Etcheverry. Heinrich Bender. Horch, die Lerche singt im Hain! Squilla il bronzo del dio! Les voici! Philips Contenu : La fausse magie. Respirons un moment The wandering scholar, op. Angel S avec : The perfect fool : ballet music, op. Orquestra Sinfonica de Barcelona, dir. Gianfanco Rivoli.
Povero Ernesto! Wiener Staatsoper Orchester, dir. Argeo Quadri. Eugenio M. Cielo e mar! Richard Bonynge. London OSA 2 d.
Orchestra Filarmonica di San Remo, dir. Franco Mannino. Cetra 2 d. Sir Charles Mackerras. Choeur et Orch. Philips Zaide, K. Ei parte Didim Mirzchulava. Mstislav Rostropovich. Anton Guadagno. Lamberto Gardelli. London OS Contenu : Turandot. O madre, dal cielo Se vano, se vano Philips Contenu : Madama Butterfly. Dove sola m'inoltro? Questo pianto favelli Music for the theatre Joan Carlyle, soprano. Bath Festival Orchestra, dir. CBS Masterworks D2 2 d. Gerd Albrecht. Russian Opera Arias Galina Vishnevskaya, soprano.
Oh, listen, night! John Matheson. Bohumil Gregor. Divers orcherstres et chefs. Tatiana Kolomijzeva. Pace, Pace, mio Dio! Schubert arr. Tu, tu, amore? L'abborrita rivale Ma chi vien? No, Smaragdi, no! Ne me refuse pas! Sir Adrian Boult. Uri Mayer. Carlo Franci.
Das Rheingold. NBC Symphony Orchestra, dir. Arturo Toscanini. Heinz Wallberg. Ein deutsches Requiem, op. Hermann Prey, baryton. Herbert Kegel. Herbert Schmolzi et Karl Ristenpart. Munich Bach Orch. Karl Richter, et al.
Fanfare : Festival music at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark Minneapolis, Minn. Gerald Bales, orgue et dir. Mark, trompettes 3trombones 3percussion 2. Memorial University of Newfoundland Chamber Choir, dir. Jon Washburn. Messe, BWVsi min.
Elly Ameling, Yvonne Minton, et al. Fritz Reiner. Missa solemnis, op. Orchestre de Chambre de Fontainebleau, dir. Ambrosian Singers, dir. John McCarthy. Roger Delage.
Te Deum, H. Historial Anthology of Music. Horst Stein. Tito Gotti. London Philharmonic Choir and Orch. Charles Groves. Early Music Consort of London, dir. David Munrow. Emile Martin. Charlin disques. Here he also wrote most of his organ works. The organ loft is visible at the top the chapel just below the roof, it had two manual keyboards, a of the picture.
It is probable that the longer chorale preludes composed then served some ceremonial function during the services in the court chapel, such as accompanying communion. The manuscript is made up. In when Bach began to suffer from blindness before his BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin in July, BWV and were dictated to his student and son-in-law Johann Christoph Altnikol and copied Praeludium VII into the manuscript.
Only the first page of the last choral prelude BWVthe so-called "deathbed chorale", has survived, recorded by an unknown copyist. There have been various accounts of the circumstances surrounding the composition of this chorale. The biographical account from of Johann Nicolaus Forkel that Altnikol was copying the work at the composer's deathbed has since been discounted: in the second half of the eighteenth century, it had become an apocryphal legend, encouraged by Bach's heirs, Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach and Wilhelm Friedmann Bach.
Compositional models The breadth of styles and forms represented by the Great Eighteen is as diverse as that of Bach's Well Killer 4 - Marco Werba - Giallo (Original Soundtrack) Clavier for the keyboard. It is a mid-eighteenth century salute to the musical traditions of the previous century. The single surviving page of the manuscript of Vor deinen Thron tret ich, BWVrecorded by an  unknown copyist in the last year of Bach's life.
The Renaissance motet, in madrigal style, forms the model for the chorale motet, used in BWV Shine - Be Bop Deluxe - Futurist Manifesto - The Harvest Years 1974 - 1978 Each line of the chorale is established as a point of imitation for the different parts, which keep to a common rhythm.
A common distinctive feature is the use of musical figures to illustrate particular lines or even words in the hymn text. Great Eighteen Chorale Preludes Chorale partita The chorale partita is a set of variations on a chorale Praeludium VII. Normally each variation repeats the chorale melody and is essentially a separate movement. This might be a homage to Buxtehude, who had written similar partitas and whose music and virtuosity at the organ is known to have exercised a considerable influence on Bach in his Praeludium VII.
Buxtehude was one 16 Stone Pig - Various - Korn Family MP3 most celebrated exponents, with his individual expressive "vocal" ornamentation. Five chorale preludes of the Great Eighteen were written in this style: BWV,BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin One of his students was Johann Christian Bach, Bach's older brother, who in turn taught Bach keyboard technique. There are six examples of the cantus firmus chorale: BWV, and Bach elevated this form to the status of contemporary Italian trio sonatas or double concertos of Antonio Vivaldi and Giuseppe Torelli: it is probably his single most original innovation in the repertoire of organ chorales.
The three virtuosic chorale preludes of this type are BWVand To listen to a midi recording, please click on the link. Top left is Bach's  motto "J. The gentle ritornellos of the accompanying parts in the two upper parts and pedal of this sarabande, anticipate the ornamented chorale in the tenor, evoking the mournful tone of the Winterwhite (Wind Harp) - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Dream, the "organs and harps, hung up on willow trees", based on Psalm In a famous concert in on the great organ in St Catherine's Church in Hamburg, Bach had improvised for almost half an hour on the same hymn tune as a tribute to the church's organist Johann Adam Reinken and his celebrated fantasy on the same theme.
Great Eighteen Chorale Preludes Similar in texture to movements from the organ trio sonatas, this jubilant and lively concerto-like chorale prelude echos the "eternal joy and blissful light" of the last verse. The two manual solo parts and pedal continuo are based on elements from the cantus fermus, which is heard in its entirety in the pedal part of the recapitulation. The beautiful melody, endlessly prolonged and never fully perceptible amid the freely spiraling arabesques, evokes the mystery of the incarnation; it is matched by the perfection of the accompaniment.
It has two ornate fugal inner parts BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin a continuo-like pedal, with a florid and melismatic cantus firmus in the. Great Eighteen Chorale Preludes soprano, its figurations reminiscent of those for obligato violin or oboe in the Weimar cantatas e.
The chorale prelude is in three parts: six fugal statements of the ritornello; a series of brilliant violinistic episodes with suspensions, semiquavers and prolonged trills, punctuated twice by the ritornello in the minor mode; and a return of the ritornello over the cantus firmus ending in a long pedal point. When there are two or three earlier versions, the numbering uses other letters of the alphabet, for example BWV a, b and c.
The variant BWV a is the complete version of the chorale prelude that was published as an appendix to the Art of the Fugue, possibly to compensate for the unfinished final fugue, Contrapunctus XIV.
Publication The Great Eighteen were known throughout Germany by the turn of the nineteenth century, but only the last chorale prelude was available in print, in several editions, thanks to its Cute Machines - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection as the "deathbed chorale".
Prior BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin the two Leipzig editions of Felix Mendelssohn in which omitted BWV, and and of Griepenkerl and Roitzsch in which was completethe only other published chorale prelude of the Great Eighteen was the. Schicht's four-volume anthology. Berlin dedicated to Brahms. Recorded in on the large Silbermann organ in Freiberg Cathedral, Germany, dating from The chorale preludes, recorded in on the G.
Nekrolog auf Johann Sebastian Bach. Vol 4, pt 1. Stinsonpp. Faksimile der Originalhandschrift mit einem Vorwart herausgegeben von Peter Wollny. It acquired that name BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin distinguish it from the earlier Little Fugue in G minor, which is shorter.
This piece is not to be confused with the Prelude and Fugue in A minor, which is also for organ and also sometimes called "the Great.
Inventions and Sinfonias The Inventions BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin Sinfonias, BWV —, also known as the Two and Three Part Praeludium VII, are a collection of thirty short keyboard compositions composed by Johann Praeludium VII Bachconsisting of fifteen inventions two-part contrapuntal pieces and fifteen sinfonias three-part contrapuntal pieces.
They were originally written by Bach as exercises for the musical education of his students. Bach titled the collection: "Honest method, by which the amateurs of the keyboard — especially, however, those desirous of learning — are shown a clear way not only 1 to learn to play cleanly in two parts, but also, after further progress, 2 to handle three obligate parts correctly and well; and along with this not only to obtain good inventions ideas but to develop the same well; above all, however, to achieve a cantabile style in playing and at the same time acquire a strong foretaste of composition.
The Italian Concerto has become popular among Bach's keyboard works, and has been widely recorded both on the harpsichord and the piano. Movements: 1.
Without tempo indication 2. Andante 3. Presto The Italian Concerto's two lively F major outer movements, in ritornello style, frame a florid arioso-style movement in D minor, the relative minor. Though a concerto relies upon the contrasting roles of different groups of instruments in an ensemble, Bach imitates this effect by creating contrasts using the forte and piano manuals of a two-manual harpsichord throughout the piece. In fact, along with the Overture in the French style and some of the Goldberg Variations, this is one of the few works by Bach which specifically require a 2-manual harpsichord.
The full title of the work is Motet No. A seventh has only recently been subjected to some scholarly doubt as to its authorship. The 5th voice of the chorus is a second soprano part of harmonic richness, adding considerably to the tonal palette of the Praeludium VII as a whole. The German text is by Johann Franck, and dates from c.
The words of the movement nos. The scriptures here speak of Jesus Christ freeing man from sin and death. The chorale text is from the believer's point of view and praises the gifts of Jesus Christ as well as longing for his comforting spirit. It also abounds with stark contrasts between images of heaven and hell, often within a single section. Bach's vivid setting of the words heightens these dramatic contrasts resulting in a motet with an uncommonly wide dramatic range.
Movements 1. Jesu, meine Freude 1. Es ist nun nichts Verdammliches based on Ro 8,1 and 8,4 3. Unter deinem Schirmen 2. Trotz dem alten Drachen 3.
So nun der Geist based BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin Ro BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin Weicht, ihr Trauergeister Over And Over - The Dave Clark Five - Over And Over. Chorale setting.
Five-part dramatic chorus, florid variations on the chorale, in the manner of an instrumental ripieno. Chorale, with flourishes 4.
Setting in the manner of a trio sonata soprano, soprano, alto. Five-part double fugue 7. Chorale, with florid variations. Setting in the manner of a trio sonata alto, tenor, bass 9. Chorale prelude soprano, soprano, alto, tenor. The melody is in the alto.
Chorale setting repeats 1 with different text An analysis would reveal a balanced musical BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin around the 6th movement double fugue, with Our Savior - Terry Talbot - On Wings Of The Wind (Vinyl, Album, LP) and containing a chorale, a trio and a quasi-aria movement, and Killer 4 - Marco Werba - Giallo (Original Soundtrack) work beginning and ending with the identical.
This can be expressed as a diagram: Chorale Setting of Scripture. Johann Sebastian began compiling the collection in Most of the pieces included are better known as parts of the Well-Tempered Clavier and the Inventions and Sinfonias. The authorship of most other works is debated: particularly the famous Little Preludes BWV — are sometimes attributed to Wilhelm Friedemann Bach.
Contents The book begins with a preface that contains an explanation of clefs and a guide to playing ornaments. The pieces of the collection are Praeludium VII by complexity, beginning with the most simple works. Possibly composed by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach.
Possibly fingering marks are clearly visible. Probably not by Johann Sebastian Bach. This piece was also included in the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. Alternative version of the prelude from Prelude and Fugue in C major from the first book of the Well-Tempered Clavier. Alternative version of the prelude from Prelude and Fugue in E minor from the first book of the Well-Tempered Clavier. This was later arranged for pianoforte by Alexander Siloti and transposed into a Prelude in B minor.
Incomplete, only features two parts: Allemande and Courante. Not included in the BWV catalogue. Three parts: Allemande, Courante and Gigue. A common misconception is that the Little fugue in G minor is Little in importance, but editors titled or subtitled the work Little to avoid confusion between this piece and the later Great Fantasia and Fugue in G minor, BWVwhich is longer in duration.
Leopold Stokowski has arranged this fugue for orchestra. Score The fugue's four-and-a-half measure subject is one of Bach's most recognizable tunes. The fugue is in four voices. During the episodes, Bach uses one of Arcangelo Corelli's most famous techniques: imitation between two voices on an eighth note upbeat figure that first leaps up a fourth and then falls back down one step at a time.
The song is titled "Fuguetta". The main character in the drama Elegy plays this piece on the piano in a key scene of the movie.
The fugue appears BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin G major rather than G minor as part of Japanese electronic BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin Cornelius's piece "" from his album Fantasma.
It was composed for orchestra, a Praeludium VII choir and four or five soloists. The text is the canticle of Mary, mother of Jesus, as told by Luke the Evangelist see BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin for more. Bach composed an initial version in E flat major Praeludium VII for the Christmas Vespers in Leipzig which contained several Christmas texts. During the years he removed the Christmas-specific texts to make it suitable for year-round performance, as well as transposing it to D major, providing better sonority for the trumpets in particular.
The new version, which is the one usually performed, had its premiere at the Thomaskirche on July 2,the BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin Sunday after Trinity Sunday, which was the Feast of the Visitation at the time. The Feast was later moved to the end of May. The work is divided into twelve parts which can be grouped into three movements, each beginning with an aria and completed by the choir in a fugal chorus.
Its performance lasts BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin thirty minutes. The indented parts below indicate the removed Christmas texts. The work was one of Bach's last, although much of Kalima - Feeling Fine was made of music that Bach had composed earlier.
Bach assembled the Mass in its present form injust before his death in The Sanctus of the Mass in B minor dates back to and the model for one parody even to To complete the work, however, Bach composed new sections of the Credo such as Et incarnatus est. These were his last major compositions. It was unusual for composers working in the Lutheran tradition to compose a Missa tota and Bach's motivations remain a matter of scholarly debate.
The Mass was most probably never performed in totality during Bach's lifetime, and the work largely disappeared in the 18th century. Johann Sebastian Bach Several performances in the early 19th century, however, sparked a revival both of the piece and the larger rediscovery of Bach's music.
Today, it is widely hailed as a monumental work of the late Baroque and is frequently performed. Background and context Bach did not give the work a title; instead, in the score four parts of the Latin Mass are each given their own title page—"Kyrie", "Gloria", "Symbolum Nicaenum" the profession of faith or Credoand "Sanctus, Hosanna, Benedictus, Agnus Dei"—and simply bundled together.
Indeed, the different sections call for different numbers and arrangements of performers, giving rise to the theory that Bach did not ever expect the work to be performed in its entirety. On the other hand, the parts in the manuscript are numbered from 1 to 4, and Bach's usual closing formula S.
Because of its length—nearly two hours of music—it was never performed in its entirety as part of a church liturgy. Although he was a committed Lutheran, it is uncertain whether he composed it for the Lutheran liturgy or composed it for the Elector BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin Saxony who had just been elected king of Poland and therefore had to convert to Catholicism.
Bach had written four Missae for liturgical use before. Five months of mourning followed, during which all public music-making was temporarily suspended. Bach used the opportunity to work on the composition of a Missa, a portion of Praeludium VII liturgy sung in Latin and common to both the Lutheran and Roman Catholic rites.
His aim was to dedicate the work to the new Motorway - The Rifles - Big Life Augustus III, a Catholic, and by doing BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin to hope to improve his own standing. On its completion, Bach visited Augustus and presented him with a copy of the Missa, together with a petition to BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin given a court title, dated July 27, The petition did not meet with immediate success, but Bach did eventually get his title: he was made court composer to Augustus in It consisted of settings of the Kyrie and Gloria that now comprise the first part of the Mass in B Minor.
There is, however, no proof for this assumption and no performance parts for a performance in Leipzig exist. This suggests the piece was written out in Dresden Praeludium VII the Bach family for a July performance in the Sophienkirche where Wilhelm Friedemann was organistor perhaps the Hofkirche im Theater. Displaced Master - Dub Syndicate - One Way System researchers believe that the Symbolum Nicenum or the Credo was composed between andbut others think it predates the Missa and was first heard in However, the building was not completed untiland Bach's death in July, prevented his Mass from being submitted for use at the dedication.
Instead, La Corte Di Hon - Festa Mobile - Diario Di Viaggio Della Festa Mobile Adolph Hasse's Mass in D minor was performed, a work with many similarities to Bach's Mass the Credo movements in both works feature chant over a walking bass line, for example. Chronology According to Mellers, the chronology of the sections of the Mass is obscure.
Bach presented these as a Missa with a set of parts Kyrie plus Gloria, BWV a to Augustus with a note dated 27 Julyin the hope of obtaining the title, "Electoral Saxon Court Composer", complaining that he had "innocently suffered one injury or another" in Leipzig. Mass in B Minor Although only a few of the pieces in the work can be specifically identified as being reused from earlier music, some scholars such as Joshua Rifkin believe, on the basis of manuscript evidence and compositional models, that the majority of the music was reused.
Details of the parodied movements and their sources are listed in the movement listing. Status The Mass in B Minor is widely regarded as one of the supreme achievements of classical music. Alberto Basso summarizes the work as follows: "The Mass in B minor is the consecration of a whole life: started in for 'diplomatic' reasons, it was finished in the very last years of Bach's life, when he had already gone blind. This monumental work is a synthesis of every stylistic and technical contribution the Cantor of Leipzig made to music.
But it is also the most astounding spiritual encounter between the worlds of Catholic glorification and the Lutheran cult of the cross. Scholars have suggested that the Mass in B Minor belongs in the same category as the Art of Fugue, as a summation of Bach's deep lifelong involvement with musical tradition - in this BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecinwith choral settings and theology.
Bach scholar Christoph Wolff BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin the work as representing "a summary of his writing for voice, not only in its variety of styles, compositional devices, and range of sonorities, but also in its high level of technical polish Bach's mighty setting preserved the musical and artistic creed of its creator for posterity. Bach made annotations and corrections to his father's manuscript of the Mass, while also adding emendations and revisions of his own. The manuscript is in the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.
Structure of the work The work consists of 27 sections. Kyrie 1. Kyrie eleison 1st. Christe eleison. Kyrie eleison 2nd. Gloria Note the 9 trinitarian, 3 x 3 movements with the largely symmetrical structure, and Domine Deus in the centre. Gloria in excelsis. Et in terra pax.
Again the music also appears in the BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin chorus of BWV Laudamus te. Aria soprano II in A major with violin obbligato, marked Andante, common time. Gratias agimus tibi. The music is a reworking of the second movement BWV 852 - Bach* - Blandine Verlet - Clavecin Bach's Ratswechsel cantata Wir. Domine Deus. Duet Praeludium VII I, tenor in G major, marked Andante common time.
The music appears as a duet in BWV Qui tollis peccata mundi. The chorus is a reworking of the first half of the opening movement of Cantata Schauet doch und sehet, ob irgend ein Schmerz sei, BWV Qui sedes Te Amo (Caliente Mix) - Sultana - Te Amo dexteram Patris.
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