List of composers by nationality

List of composers by nationality

The following is a list of major composers by nationality:


* Simon Gjoni (1926–1991), 20th century composer of orchestral and piano pieces


* Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983), 20th century composer
* Sandro de America (1945- ), contemporary pop music composer
* Mauricio Kagel (1931-2008), contemporary composer
* Facundo Cabral (1937- ), contemporary protest music composer
* Carlos Gardel (1887-1935), influential tango composer of the era
* Carlos Guastavino (1912–2000), composer of Romantic and folk influenced music
* Ricardo Montaner (1957- ), contemporary pop music composer


* Alexander Kaloian (1962- ), composer of highly nationalist music for Military, Chamber and Orchestral ensembles
* Aram Khachaturian (1903–1978), 20th century composer famous for his ballet "Gayane"


"see the List of Austrian composers"


* Pieter van Maldere (1729 — 1768), early classical violinist and composer of sonatas and symphonies
* François Joseph Gossec (1734–1829), Classical era composer of operas and string quartets
* Charles de Bériot (1802–1870), 19th century violin teacher and composer
* Dirk Brossé (1961-), composer and conductor
* Brian Clifton (1962-), composer and conductor
* César Franck (1822–1890), Romantic era composer and organist
* Eugène Ysaÿe (1858–1931), late Romantic virtuoso violinist and composer
* Jef Maes (1905–1996), 20th century composer and teacher
* Didier van Damme (1929- ), composer and conductor
* Mathias van den Gheyn


* Alberto Nepomuceno (1864 - 1920)
* Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 - 1959)
* Antônio Carlos Gomes (1836 — 1896)
* Camargo Guarnieri (1907 — 1993)
* Chiquinha Gonzaga (1847–1935), composer, pianist and conductor
* Claudio Santoro (1919 - 1989)
* Tom Jobim (1927-1994),


* Diko Iliev (1898–1984), probably most famous of his works is "Dunavsko horo" (Danube's horo; Дунавско хоро)
* Dobri Hristov (1875–1941), composer of choral music as well as music for the church and orchestra
* Emanuil Manolov (1860–1902), composed the first Bulgarian opera "Siromahkinia" based on the work of Ivan Vazov with the same title
* Petko Staynov (1896–1977), a founding member and first chairman of the Bulgarian Contemporary Music Society (1933), which later became the Union of Bulgarian Composers
* Pancho Vladigerov (1899–1978), a founding member of the Bulgarian Contemporary Music Society (1933)
* Alexandra Fol (1981- ), composer and organist, currently writing her dissertation at McGill University's Schulich School of Music
* Georgi Tutev (1924–1994), composer of contemporary classical music, one of the main representatives of Bulgarian modernism
* Petar Krumov (1934- ), composer, arranger, conductor and expert on Bulgarian folk music
* Milcho Leviev (1937- ), composer, arranger, jazz performer and pianist
* Emil Tabakov, composer of symphonies and concertos
* Hristo Tsanoff (1947- ), composer
* Michail Goleminov (1956- ), composer, pianist, conductor, and co-founder of music publishing house The Orange Factory
* Georgi Arnaoudov (1957- ), composer of stage, orchestral, chamber, film, vocal, and piano music
* Anna-Maria Ravnopolska-Dean, composer mostly of harp music.


*Manu Dibango (1933- ), contemporary composer who drew on Makossa to create Disco in the album, Soul Makossa, sampled in Pop Music as recently as 2008.


* Steve Barakatt (1973- ), Composer/Producer/Pianist/Singer composed for several world renowned artists and films
* David Foster (1949- ), Grammy Award winning composer, arranger and producer; composed theme songs for 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics and 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics and numerous movie soundtracks
* Frank Horvat (1974- ), Award-winning and critically acclaimed composer and pianist whose original music is influenced by the post-modern idea of eclecticism
* Oskar Morawetz (1917-2007), Juno Award winning composer, first composer to be awarded the Order of Ontario and recipient of the Order of Canada
* Phil Nimmons (1923- ), composer, jazz clarinetist, founder of jazz ensemble Nimmons 'N' Nine and educator
* Daniel Theaker (1967- ), Composer of Chamber Music, Concerti, and educational materials


* Victor Jara (1932–1973), 20th century composer, pedagogue, theatre director, poet, singer-songwriter, and political activist
* Jorge Urrutia (1905–1981), 20th century composer, influenced by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel


* Xian Xinghai (1905–1945), composer known for the "Yellow River Cantata", a patriotic song during the Second Sino-Japanese War
* Xiao Shuxian (1905–1991), composer who blended elements of Chinese folk culture with Western techniques in her music
* Nie Er (1912–1935), wrote "March of the Volunteers", the national anthem of the People's Republic of China
* Du Mingxin (1928- ), composer who collaborated on the ballet "Red Detachment of Women"


"see the List of Croatian composers"


* Nicolas Economou (1953–1993), 20th century composer and conductor


* Jan Stamic (1717–1757), Classical era composer better known as Johann Stamitz, founder of the Mannheim School of composers
* Bedřich Smetana (1824–1884), nationalist composer, known for the opera "The Bartered Bride"
* Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904), Romantic nationalist composer, known for his symphonies, especially the ""New World" Symphony"
* Leoš Janáček (1854–1928), 20th century neoclassical composer
* Julius Fučík (1872–1916), 20th century military band leader, known for his "Entrance of the Gladiators"
* Bohuslav Martinů (December 8, 1890 — August 28, 1959) was a prolific Bohemian Czech composer, who wrote six symphonies, 15 operas, 14 ballet scores and a large body of orchestral, chamber, vocal and instrumental works.


* Niels Wilhelm Gade (1817–1890), significant early Romantic composer
* Carl Nielsen (1865–1931), 20th century composer known especially for his six symphonies

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* Charytin (1949- ), significant 1970s pop music composer
* Juan Luis Guerra (1957- ) significant contemporary merengue and pop ballad composer
* Anthony Santos (2001- ) significant bachata composer
* Sandra Zaiter (1943- ) significant children's songs composer


* Erik Tulindberg (1761-1814), first Finnish composer of classical music
* Jean Sibelius (1865–1957), Romantic nationalistic composer of renown, works include seven symphonies and "Finlandia"
* Erkki Melartin (1875–1937), late Romantic composer, pupil of Robert Fuchs
* Leevi Madetoja (1887 – 1947), late Romantic composer influenced by the traditional music of his home region, Ostrobothnia
* Einojuhani Rautavaara (1928- ), modern mystical composer of eight symphonies, concertos, operas
* Kalevi Aho (1949- ), modern composer of symphonies and concertos, in tradition of Shostakovich
* Kaija Saariaho (1952- ), modern composer of string quartets and operas, known for combining live music with electronics
* Magnus Lindberg (1958- ), modern composer, clarinet concerto with folk-like melody and rich orchestration
* Esa-Pekka Salonen (1958- ), modern composer, prominent orchestral conductor


"see the List of French composers"


"see the List of German composers"


"see the List of Greek composers"


* Ricardo Arjona (1964- ), modern pop composer


* Franz Liszt (1811–1886), Romantic composer-pianist, wrote a number of tone poems and extended piano technique
* Ervin Nyíregyházi (1903-1987), 20th century romantic composer-pianist
* Stephen Heller (1813–1888), Early Romantic composer and pianist
* Karl Goldmark (1830–1915), Romantic composer influenced by Richard Wagner
* Béla Bartók (1881–1945), 20th century composer, considered one of the founders of ethnomusicology
* Zoltán Kodály (1882–1967), 20th century composer and ethnomusicologist
* Gábor Darvas (1911–1985), 20th century composer and musicologist


* Fariborz Lachini (1949- ), contemporary film score composer
* Behzad Mirkhani (1969- ), the first Iranian composer of guitar solos established in Iran Ministry of Culture


*Ustad Sarwat Hussain Khan {1950- }, contemporary
*Kalyan sen {1957-}, comtemporary Film score composer
*Ustad Zameer Ahmed Khan {1947-}, contemporary
*Yateesh M. Acharya {1967-}, contemporary Film score composer
*AR Rahman
*Harris Jayaraj


* John Field (1782–1837), Romantic composer and pianist, notable for cultivating the nocturne
* Michael William Balfe (1808–1870), Romantic opera composer best known for "The Bohemian Girl"
* Seán Ó Riada (1931–1971), 20th century composer, led the revival of traditional Irish music in the 1960s
* Fiachra Trench (1941- ), contemporary film score composer ("Pearl Harbor", "The Ring")
* Frank McNamara (1960- ), composer and pianist known for symphony and orchestral work
* Ciaran Farrell (1969- ), 20th century composer.
* Shaun Davey (1948- ), 20th century composer, his repertoire includes symphony, orchestral and movie scores
* Eoin O'Keeffe (1979- ), 21st century composer.
* Stuart Leathem (1980- ), contemporary composer of electro-acoustic music. Also noted for film-scores and collaboration/production with and for other artists in various genres


"see the List of Israeli classical composers"


* Giovanni Gabrieli (1557–1612), 16th century composer and organist
* Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643), member of the Florentine Camerata, who are generally credited with inventing the modern opera, best known for his "Orfeo", also wrote several books of madrigals
* Arcangelo Corelli (1653–1713), early Baroque violinist and composer
* Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1751), Venetian composer of opera and instrumental music, the "Adagio in G minor" is based on his works
* Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741), Baroque composer, wrote over 600 concerti, famous for "The Four Seasons"
* Domenico Scarlatti (1685–1757), Baroque composer, influential in the development of the Classical style
* Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770), Baroque composer, famous for his "Devil's Trill Sonata"
* Luigi Boccherini (1743–1805), 18th century composer in the Galante style
* Antonio Salieri (1750–1825), Classical era composer
* Giovanni Viotti (1755–1824), Classical era violin teacher
* Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829), virtuoso guitarist and composer
* Niccolò Paganini (1782–1840), virtuoso violinist and composer, wrote the "24 Caprices" for violin
* Gioacchino Rossini (1792–1868), opera composer, best known for "The Barber of Seville" and overtures to various other operas
* Gaetano Donizetti (1797–1848), opera composer, known for "Lucia di Lammermoor" and "L'Elisir d'Amore" among others
* Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835), opera composer, famous for his opera "Norma"
* Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901), Italian opera composer best known for "Rigoletto", "Nabucco", "Aida" and "La Traviata"
*Amilcare Ponchielli (1834–1886), Romantic opera composer known for "La Gioconda"
* Luigi Denza (1846–1922), Neopolitan song composer of "Funiculì, Funiculà"
* Ernesto Köhler(1849-1907)
*Giacomo Puccini (1858–1924), late romantic opera composer ("La Bohème", "Tosca", "Madame Butterfly")
* Pietro Mascagni (1863–1945), opera composer, known for "Cavalleria Rusticana"
* Ottorino Respighi (1879–1936), Romantic composer, known for his symphonic poems "The Fountains of Rome" and "The Pines of Rome"
* Ildebrando Pizzetti (1880–1968), Italian opera composer best known for "Fedra", "Assassinio nella cattedrale' and "Cagliostro"
* Luigi Dallapiccola (1904–1975), Italian composer of Il Prigioniero"
* Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988), 20th Century composer
* Bruno Maderna (1920–1973), Italian composer of "Satyricon", "Venetian Journal"
* Luciano Berio (1925–2003), Italian composer of "Sinfonia", "Un re in ascolto", and "Passaggio"
* Luigi Nono (1924–1990), Italian composer of "Prometeo", "Canto Sospeso"
* Vittorio Rieti (1898–1994), Italian composer of "Barabau"
* Franco Donatoni (1927–2000), Italian composer of "Puppenspiel", "Atem", "Alfred,Alfred" and "Hot"
* Paolo Longo (1967- ), 20th Century composer
* Carlo Forlivesi (1971- ), 20th century composer and researcher


* Kan Ishii (1921- ), 20th century classical composer
* Tōru Takemitsu (1930-1996), 20th century contemporary composer
* Koji Kondo(1960- ), 20th-21st century classical video game composer
* Kajiura Yuki(1965- ),20th-21th century music producer and composer


* Kyoung Shin Park (1939- ), 20th century classical composer


* Niccolò Isouard (1775–1818), composer of thirty-five operas within sixteen years, in Malta and in Paris
* Robert Samut (1869–1934), composer of Malta's National Anthem, l-"Innu Malti"
* Carmelo Pace (1906–1993), music teacher and composer, wrote several operas, including "Caterina Desguanez" (1965), "I Martiri" (1967), "Angelica" (1973) and "Ipogeana" (1976), and the popular fantasy for village band clubs, "Maltesina" (1931), based on samples of traditional Maltese folk music.
* Charles Camilleri (1931- ), 20th century classical composer


* Francisco López Capillas (1608-1674), composer of the Baroque
* Manuel de Sumaya (1678-1755), composer of the Baroque
* Ricardo Castro (1864-1907), composer and pianist
* Juventino Rosas (1868-1894), composer of vals "Sobre las olas"
* Julián Carrillo (1875-1965), discovered the 13th sound
* Manuel María Ponce (1882-1948), 20th Century composer.
* María Grever (1884-1951), composer of romantic songs like "Júrame"
* Jose Bernardo Alcedo
* Carlos Chávez (1899-1978), 20th century classical composer and conductor
* Silvestre Revueltas (1899-1940), 20th Century clasical composer of Sensemayá
* Blas Galindo (1910-1993), 20th century composer
* José Pablo Moncayo (1912-1958), composer of "Huapango"
* Conlon Nancarrow (1912-1997), wrote for player piano
* Carlos Jiménez Mabarak (1916-1994), 20th Century composer
* Consuelo Velázquez (1924-2005), wrote the song Bésame Mucho
* Manuel Enriquez (1926-1994), modern classical composer
* Armando Manzanero (1935), singer, pianist and composer of Boleros
* Arturo Márquez (1950), wrote "Danzón no. 2"
* Mario Lavista (1943), composer and writer
* Julio Estrada (1943), composer and theoretician
* Daniel Catán (1949), composer of operas
* Eugenio Toussaint (1954), contemporary jazz and classical composer


"see the List of Dutch composers"


* Joshua Uzoigwe (1946-2005), 20th century classical and Nigerian folk composer


* Herman Severin Løvenskiold (1815–1870), Romantic composer who wrote the score for the ballet "La Sylphide"
* Edvard Grieg (1843–1907), Romantic composer, known for his incidental music for "Peer Gynt" and his "Piano Concerto"
* Agathe Backer Grøndahl (1847–1907), Romantic composer and pianist, contemporary of Edvard Grieg
* Geirr Tveitt (1908-1981)


* Nisar Bazmi
* M. Ashraf


* Jose Bernardo Alcedo (1788-1878), 19th Century Peruvian Romantic composer, wrote the "Peruvian National Anthem"
* Daniel Alomía Robles (1871-1942), Romantic Composer, wrote "El Cóndor Pasa"
* Celso Garrido Lecca (1926-), contemporary composer
* Felipe Pinglo Alva (1899-1936), poet and songwriter, father of Musica Criolla


"see the List of Polish composers"


*Zeca Afonso (1929-1987), composer and singer
*Sérgio Azevedo (1968-), contemporary composer
*Luís de Freitas Branco (1890-1955), composer and academic
*Pedro Camacho (1979-), videogame music composer
*Manuel Cardoso (1566-1650), composer and organist
*Eurico Carrapatoso (1962-), composer of mostly orchestral, chamber, choral, and vocal works
*Adriano Correia de Oliveira (1942-1982), composer and singer
*Pedro de Escobar (1465-1535), composer of the Renaissance
*Sérgio Godinho (1945-), composer and singer
*Fernando Lopes Graça (1906-1994), , composer and musicologist
*King John IV, king of Portugal and early musicologist, with an essay on Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
*Alfredo Keil (1850-1907), composer of operas and author of the music of the portuguese national anthem
*Bruno Bizarro (1979-), film composer, composer, songwriter.
*Duarte Lobo (c. 1565-1646), composer of the late Renaissance and early Baroque
*Vicente Lusitano (?-?), composer and music theorist
*Pilar Homem de Melo(1963-)
*Manuel Mendes (1547-1605), composer of the Renaissance
*Ernesto Rodrigues (1959-), composer and violinist
*António Chagas Rosa (1960-), contemporary composer
*Joly Braga Santos (1924-1988), contemporary composer and conductor
*Carlos Seixas (1704-1742), organist and composer
*Isabel Soveral (1961-), contemporary composer
*António Pinho Vargas (1951-), jazz and contemporary music pianist and composer
*Mafalda Veiga (1965-), singer and songwriter
*José Vianna da Motta (1868-1948), pianist, teacher and composer

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*Juan F. Acosta (1890 – 1968), composer of folkrore music
*Rafael Alers (1903-1978), danza composer
*Puchi Balseiro (1926-2007), feeling composer
*Obie Bermudez (1980-), composer and pop singer
*Americo Boschetti (1951-), composer and pop singer
*Roy Brown (1950-), composer and folklore singer
*Vico C (1971-), rap composer and singer
*Antonio Caban Vale (1942-) "El Topo", modern danza composer and singer
*Héctor Campos-Parsi (1922-1988), composer and singer
*Bobby Capo (1922-1989), composer and singer
*Vicente Carattini (1939-2005), composer of Christmas tunes and singer
*Rafael Cepeda (1910-1996), bomba & plena composer
*Willie Colón (1950-), salsa composer
*Federico A. Cordero (1928-), composer and guitar virtuoso
*Tite Curet Alonso (1926-2003), salsa and bolero composer
*Robi Draco Rosa (1970-), composer and singer
*Johnathan Dwayne (1963-), composer and singer
*Noel Estrada (1918-1979), composer of "En Mi Viejo San Juan"
*Narciso Figueroa (1906-2004), modern danza composer
*Pedro Flores (1897-1969), bolero composer
*Luis Fonsi (1978-), composer and singer
*‎Gloria González (1944-), composer
*Rafael Hernandez Marin (1892-1965), legendary composer
*Angel Mislan (1862-1911), danza composer
*Glenn Monroig (1957-), composer and singer
*Juan Morel Campos (1857-1896), danza composer
*Carlos Ponce (1972-), composer and singer
*Richie Ray (1945-), composer and pianist
*Sylvia Rexach (1922-1961), legendary composer
*Julito Rodriguez (1925-), composer and singer
*Myrta Silva (1917-1987), composer and singer
*Arturo Somohano (1910-1977), composer and orchestra conductor


"see the List of Romanian composers"


"see the List of Russian composers"


* Zulkifli Mohamed Amin (born 1983), world music composer/arranger/accordionist, associate conductor of Orkestra Melayu Singapura (BELIA)


* Bojan Adamic (1912 - 1995), composer of film scores
* Jakob Aljaz (1845 - 1927), composer of choir music
* Blaz Arnic (1901 – 1970) symphonic composer
* Darijan Bozic (1933), composer and conductor
* Vinko Globokar (1934), composer and trombonist
* Nenad Firšt (1964), composer and conductor
* Jani Golob (1934), composer
* Jakob Jez (1928), composer
* Marij Julij Kogoj (1892 - 1956), avantgard composer and opera composer
* Marjan Kozina 1907 - 1966, symphonic composer, composer of film scores
* Uros Rojko (1954), composer
* Aldo Kumar (1954), symphonic composer, composer of film scores
* Lojze Lebič (1934), composer
* Pavel Mihelčič (1937), composer and critic
* Slavko Osterc (1895 - 1941), composer
* Jacobus Gallus (1550 – 1591), late Renaissance composer
* Stanko Premrl composer of choir music


"see the List of South African composers"


* Alejandro Sanz (1968-) contemporary composer and singer
* Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710), Baroque era guitar composer
* Camilo Sesto (1946-), contemporary composer and singer
* Antonio Soler (1729–1783), wrote sonatas and concertos for the harpsichord and organ
* Fernando Sor (1778–1839), Classical era composer for the guitar
* Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga (1806–1826), Romantic composer, nicknamed the "Spanish Mozart" before dying at age 19
* Felipe Pedrell (1841–1922), 19th century composoer
* Pablo de Sarasate (1844–1908), Romantic era virtuoso violinist and composer
* Francisco Tárrega (1852–1909), Romantic era guitarist and composer
* Isaac Albéniz (1860–1909), late Romantic composer and pianist, wrote nationalist works such as "Iberia"
* Enrique Granados (1867–1916), nationlist composer and pianist, influenced later composers such as Manuel de Falla
* Manuel de Falla (1876–1946), 20th century composer, best known for "The Three-Cornered Hat"
* Joaquín Turina (1882–1949), composer of chamber music, piano works, guitar pieces, and songs
* Joaquín Rodrigo (1901–1999), 20th century composer, wrote the "Concierto de Aranjuez" for classical guitar and orchestra
* Antonio Ruiz-Pipò (1934–1997), 20th century composer for the guitar
* Pedro Vilarroig (1954- ), contemporary neotonal composer.
* Manuel Alejandro (1969- ), contemporary song composer
* Rodrigo Rodriguez, contemporary, world music composer, Multi instrumentalist.
* Pere Soto (1958- ), contemporary, jazz& classical composer, jazz guitarrist.
* Xavier Pagès i Corella (1971- ), contemporary composer and conductor.


* Joachim Raff (1822-1882), Romantic composer, noted for his eleven symphonies, particular nos. 3 (Im Walde), 4 and 5 (Lenore)
* Fritz Bovet (fl. 1845-1888), violinist, composed at least one string quartet (still in print), watchmaker, Swiss vice-counsel to Canton, China
* Arthur Honegger
* Frank Martin
* Othmar Schoeck


* Liu Shueh-Shuan 劉學軒 (1969- ), 21st century contemporary classical composer

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* Siraseth pantura-umporn (1982- ), 21st century contemporary classical composer


*Cemal Reşid Rey (1904-1985), symphonic music, operas, chamber music, operettas and musicals
* Ulvi Cemal Erkin (1906–1972), symphonic music, choral music, solo piano, chamber music
* Hasan Ferid Alnar (1906–1978), symphonic music, chamber music, soundtracks, stage music
*Ahmed Adnan Saygun (1907-1991), symphonic music, oratorio, choral music, chamber music, opera, ballet music
* Necil Kazım Akses (1908–1999), symphonic music, oratorios, choral music, chamber music, solo piano, stage music, opera


"see the List of Ukrainian composers"


*John Dowland (1563-1626), lute songs and lute music
* Henry Purcell (1659–1695), Baroque composer, known for his opera "Dido and Aeneas"
*John Blow (1649-1708) composer of many services and anthems, teacher of Purcell
* Jeremiah Clarke (1674–1707), Baroque composer known for "Prince of Denmark's March", erroneously called "Trumpet Voluntary"
* Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842–1900), Romantic composer known for his work with W.S. Gilbert
* Edward Elgar (1857–1934), late Romantic composer, famous for the "Pomp and Circumstance Marches" and the "Enigma Variations"
* Ethel Smyth (1858–1944), famous for her opera "The Wreckers" and the "March of the Women"
* David Ellis born in Liverpool in (1933) and studied at the Royal Manchester College of Music from 1953 to 1957 his works have been played with considerable success in Canada, the USA, Israel, Portugal,Denmark, Australia and throughout Europe.
* Frederick Delius (1862–1934), 20th century composer, used chromaticism in many of his compositions
* Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958), 20th century composer
* Gustav Holst (1874–1934), 20th century composer known for "The Planets"
* Rebecca Helferich Clarke (1886–1979), classical composer and violist best known for her chamber music
* William Walton (1902–1983), 20th century composer, known for his "Viola Concerto" as well as the suite "Facade" which shows influence of popular music, also wrote choral music and film scores
* Benjamin Britten (1913–1976), 20th century composer, conductor, and pianist, known for his operas and his "War Requiem"
* George Lloyd (1913–1998), 20th century composer of late-Romantic music
* James Douglas (born 1932-), Composer of 15 Symphonies, 15 String Quartets and music for Choir, Piano, Organ, Trumpet and various Instrumental Ensembles.
* Gavin Bryars (born 1943-)


"see the List of American composers"


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