Articles & features: 2012 / International
In the second part of his series, Jeremy Dibb finds out more about the hub success of Grimethorpe's partnership with its local music services.
4BR's Malcolm Wood catches up with Salford University student Jessica Tredrea to find out about where her passion to be a conductor came from.
Howard Snell tells 4BR just who he would like to have around the dinner table this Christmas.
John Whittle reports from Russell Gray's recent Conducting Seminar & Workshop.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox reports from a passionate, fevered and at times chaotic conflict at the registry open forum in Barnsley.
4BR's Malcolm Wood talks to Matthew White to find out how he is finding life in Wales as principal euphonium at Cory
4BR looks a bit closer at the 18 runners & riders taking to the stage in Perth hoping to claim the Scottish Open title this year.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks forward to a season ending contest with the selection box of goodies at the Scottish Open in Perth.
New eras couldn't have started better for Philip Harper at Brass in Concert.
Five things we got to know from Brass in Concert at The Sage Gatehead on the weekend.
There was plenty to listen to at The Sage last weekend - and not just from the bands.
These are the programmes of the 11 competing bands at The Sage on the weekend.
Steve Jack captures the action from the 11 bands at Brass in Concert this year.
Steve Jack was out and about recording the action over the weekend at Brass in Concert
Selection of images from 2012 Northern Open Championships.
4BR looks at the form and personnel of the 11 contenders hoping to be crowned Brass in Concert Champions this weekend.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks forward to a health concious Brass in Concert Championship.
Jeremy Dibb looks at the new Music Education Hubs and what they could mean for the future development of young players in brass bands in England.
Geraint Davies looks at the logistical problems and the possible musical solutions when bringing together the massed ranks of brass and voice.
4BR's Malcolm Wood catches up with Foden's prize winning soprano player, Richard Poole to find out what it's like to be a 'Double' champion, how hard was 'Daphnis et Chloe' and what big date is still to come in 2012...
One of the most brilliant list of dinner guests you are ever likely to meet - from Joan of Arc to William Halliwell. A great night is guarenteed then...
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at a contest where the secret to success was no secret at all for Foden's and Allan Withington.
A combination of many different X Factors made for a truly memorable National Finals this year.
4BR picks up on five things we got know from the 2012 National Championships at the Royal Albert Hall.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox picks his favourites images from the host of brilliant pictures taken by Ian Clowes of Goldy Solutions at the Albert Hall.
Images of the National Finals day by Ian Clowes
The presentation of the awards
Images of the 20 conductors in action at the Royal Albert Hall by Ian Clowes
Which band can bring one of the most colourful ballet scores to life at the Albert Hall on the weekend?
4BR looks at the records of the 20 bands that will take to the stage trying to win the title this weekend.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox takes a closer look at Howard Snell's masterful arrangement.
Lots of fantastic images of the Albert Hall from Ian Clowes at Goldy Solutions.
A few ways important things to know if you want to bluff your way through a conversation about Ravel's masterpiece at the Albert Hall.
This month we have been invited by Craig Patterson for an evening's entertainment around the dinner table with his guests...
4BR's Malcolm Wood catches up Norfolk Wherry MD Andrew Craze, to find out a bit more about the man and his Fourth Section National Champion band.
4BR's Chris Thomas talks all things musical to the superstar composer of the classical music world, who just happens to have a background in brass bands.
A great day of contesting at the Marine Hall, Fleetwood
Iwan Fox looks back on a victory for Nofolk Wherry that couldn't have been scripted by a Hollywood film maker.
Chris Thomas looks back at a closely fought contest won by a band that can fall back on its own 150 years of ancient customs.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at a contest which produced a long odds winner - not that the still celebrating South Milford will mind that.
Malcolm Wood looks back on a First Section National Final that provided an emphatic winner in Unite the Union (City of Sheffield)
Images from the First Section National Finals.
Images from the Third Section National Finals.
Images from the Fourth Section National Finals at Cheltenham
4BR images of the action and awards ceremonies in the 2nd Section at Cheltenham.
4BR images from the National Championships held at Cheltenham.
List of the competing bands in the First Section at Cheltenham
List of the competing bands in the Second Section at Cheltenham
4BR looks in and around the Cheltenham Centaur Arena venue for the 2012 National Championships of Great Britain
The list of the competing bands in the Third Section at Cheltenham.
The list of competing bands in the Fourth Section this weekend.
4BR looks forward to the musical celebrations both before and after the announcement of the results in the First Section.
4BR looks forward to finding out which bands can pass an old academic exam paper with flying colours on Saturday morning.
4BR looks forward to seeing who will come out on top with their understanding of some wonderful ancient customs.
4BR looks forward to the battle for greatness in the Fourth Section on Saturday afternoon in Cheltenham.
There was a great day of contesting and plenty of prizes won at Porthcawl.
4BR talks to Nick Harris, one of only two brass band players still working in a deep mine in the UK.
4BR looks forward to the unique and lucrative Dr Martin Contest in Middlesbrough this weekend to see who may walk away with the ?4,000 top prize.
Geraint Davies provides students with a guide to get their A Level Music studies off to a flying start in the new term.
Geraint Davies provides students with a guide to get their GCSE Music studies off to a flying start in the new term.
Photographer Steve Jack captures the highlights of the music making from the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.
Chris Thomas talks at length with one of the banding movement's young polymaths - composer Tom Davoren.
4BR's Malcolm Wood manages to catch up with the one and only John Doyle.
Malcolm Wood catches up with a talented trombonist from a famous Yorkshire banding family.
There is plenty of life left in the old bones of the British Open thanks to an intriguing contest day at Symphony Hall.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at how Allan Withington inspired Foden's to victory at the British Open with a little bit of help from Alfred Hitchcock.
4BR looks at five things that came to light at the end of the 160th British Open in Birmingham on the weekend.
This is what Derek Broadbent, Stephen Roberts and Steve Sykes wrote in their adjudications for the podium finishers at Symphony Hall.
Evan T Sayer reports on the National Youth Band of New Zealand's ground breaking trip to the 2012 International Children's Art and Culture Festival in Tianjin, China.
Ian Clowes captures the action in and around Symphony Hall for the 160th British Open.
Images by Ian Clowes of Goldy Solutions of the competing conductors at the 160th British Open at Symphony Hall.
There has been plenty to talk about before a note has been blown in anger this year - and the action promises to be even tastier...
Bands should be wary of a free gift from a Greek source on Saturday - otherwise a there could be blood on the carpet at Symphony Hall.
17 bands take to the stage at Symphony Hall on Saturday all hoping to be crowned the Kings of the banding world.
4BR gives you a quick crash course into understanding what the the storyline of Electra is all about...
Iwan Fox looks in more detail at Martin Ellerby's balletic take on the Greek tragedy of Electra.
Malcolm Wood talks to Mark Bousie, who will be presented with the Mortimer Medal at the British Open Championships in Birmingham.
This month we have been invited by Mark Wilkinson for an evening's entertainment around the dinner table with his guests...
4BR's Malcolm Wood finds out more about rising tenor horn star Emily Evans.
The British Federation of Brass Bands gives a robust defence to the banding press of its approach to the difficulties it is currently facing.
A storyline inspired by Prince Hamlet could see the BFBB fall headlong into terminal obscurity.
Chris Wormald looks back at the highlights of Smithills School's recent return tour to America.
4BR's Malcolm Wood catches up with National Final composer Huw Cole.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox enjoys a day out in the sun at one of the most picturesque brass band festivals in th world.
Brenden Wheeler looks back at the highlights of Desford's recent return trip to Singapore.
Chris Thomas takes a provocative look at the immediate impression we create on the occasionally interested general public...
4BR's Malcolm Wood catches up for a quick chat with composer Tom Davoren.
4BR's Malcolm Wood spends five minutes interviewing composer, conductor and Black Dyke horn player Jonathan Bates.
This month we have been invited by Ian Brownbill for an evening's entertainment around the dinner table with his guests...
Something that was once rare may become commonplace in the UK if Black Dyke continue to thump their rivals like this.
If the optimists really think the English National has a future, then it must be away from Preston.
Images of the day at the English Nationals in Preston.
The English National Championship continues to try and hog the limelight - even in Preston.
Whoever wants to go to Oslo next year may not quite have the last laugh in Preston this weekend.
Eight bands will battle it out to be crowned English champion - and to book their place in Oslo in 2013.
How a Dickensian inspired case between two bands and Section 4 of the 1889 Arbitration Act defined the way in which all brass band contests are run...
Malcolm Wood looks back on a Whit Friday full of flag waving and cash winning performances.
British Composer Award winner talks in depth to 4BR's Chris Thomas to explore why composing is such a solitary existence and having a new piece played is like revealing a part of the soul.
Malcolm Wood captures some of the mood from the 2012 Whit Friday Saddleworth event
Malcolm Wood looks forward to what promises to be a great day of Whit Friday contesting - especially if the sun keeps shining!
Old comedy values sees Tredegar retain the Masters title with a touch of Les Dawson polished elan.
Images of the 2012 All England Masters International Contest.
4BR looks at the 20 runners and riders for this weekend's All England Masters International Championship in Kettering.
It's no laughing matter at the Masters on the weekend as 20 bands tackle a classic comedy from a misanthropic composer.
4BR's Chris Thomas looks back at a contest won by Hepworth standing head and shoulders above their rivals.
4BR's Malcolm Wood looks back at a Senior Cup contest where the best bands were led by MDs who brought traditional virtues to the fore.
4BR's John James looks back at the Senior Trophy, where an understanding of integral calculas came in handy if you wanted to claim a qualification place on Chivalry.
A contest winning behemoth may have been created in Rotterdam - and it will take more than burning torches and pitchforks to stop it now...
It may need an overhaul, but the B Section continues to provide wonderful entertainment - and great shoes...
Away from the main contests, the European Championships revealed plenty of things to keep you interested...
Rotterdam may have cut its cloth accordingly, but it still provided a memorable championships.
Images from the 2012 Spring Festival at Blackpool's Winter Gardens.
There is banding fantasy and there is banding reality. Guess which one happens at Blackpool this weekend?
20 bands are just one step away from the big time and Symphony Hall. But which two will take the Giant inspired musical leaps to make it there?
Blackpool is the land of hope and glory. At least for one band come Saturday evening on Elgar Variations.
Is the art of chivalry dead in Blackpool we wonder? Perhaps not if the 20 bands here treat Martin Ellerby's test piece with the respect it deserves.
There will be major changes to the way the Brass in Concert title is decided this year.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox reports from the recent National Association of Brass Band Conductors Conference in Woking.
Selection of pictures from Saturday Championship Own Choice in the De Doelen Concert Hall, Rotterdam.
Selection of pictures from 2012 European Championships B Section in the De Doelen Concert Hall, Rotterdam
Selection of pictures from the opening Ceremony and draw for the EBBC
Selection of pictures of the European Youth Brass Band (EYBB)
Selection of pictures from Friday Championship Set Work in the De Doelen Concert Hall, Rotterdam.
Selection of pictures from the venue of the De Doelen Concert Hall, Rotterdam.
Images in preparation for the 5th European Composers Competition
Images from the 5th European Composers Competition
The daily thoughts and opinions of 4BR Editor Iwan Fox at the European Championships in Rotterdam.
Selection of pictures from the venue of the 2012 European Championships. De Doelen, Rotterdam.
Much has changed since the European Championships were last in Rotterdam - but there is just as much excitement in store 21 years later it seems.
This year it's a heavyweight scrap between some of the biggest and best brawlers in the business.
11 of the very best bands will lock horns to see who can be crowned the 2012 Champion Band of Europe.
Details of the runners, riders, preview and prediction to come...
All you need to know from the names of the winners to the number of performances of Eric Ball's works to be used at the contest since 1978.
Images from the National Youth Championships of Great Britain held at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
4BR's Malcolm Wood looks forward to a great day of music making at the National Youth Brass Band Championships in Manchester on Sunday.
Peter Bale looks back at the Championship Section contest in Stevenage.
Peter Bale looks back at the First Section contest at Stevenage.
Matthew Ruel looks back at the Second Section contest at Stevenage.
Martin Benson looks back at the Third Section contest at Stevenage.
Rob Richardson looks back at the Fourth Section contest in Stevenage.
Malcolm Wood looks back at a memorable musical weekend at the Dolphin Centre in Darlington - 30 years after it all started.
Malcolm Wood looks back at the Championship Area contest in Darlington.
Malcolm Wood looks back at the First Section Area contest in Darlington.
Malcolm Wood looks back at the Second Section Area contest in Darlington.
Malcolm Wood looks back at the Third Section Area contest at Darlington.
Malcolm Wood looks back at the Fourth Section Area contest at Darlington.
This month we have been invited by Brett Baker for an evening's entertainment around the dinner table with his guests...
Iwan Fox looks back at the event's in and around a memorable weekend in Wales.
Chris Thomas looks back at the Championship Section Area contest at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.
Chris Thomas looks back at the First Section Area contest at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.
Iwan Fox looks back at the Second Section Area contest at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.
Iwan Fox looks back at the Third Section Area contest at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.
Iwan Fox looks back at the Fourth Section Area contest at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.
Was there something in the tea at Torquay?
Malcolm Wood looks back at the Championship Section area contest in Torquay.
Malcolm Wood looks back at the First Section Area contest in Torquay.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at the Second Section Area contest in Torquay.
Malcolm Wood looks back at the Third Section Area contest in Torquay.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at the Fourth Section Area contest at Torquay.
Chris Thomas looks back on an intriguing Midlands Area contest in Bedworth.
Chris Thomas looks back at the Championship Section Area contest at Bedworth.
Chris Thomas looks back at the First Section Area contest at Bedworth.
Chris Thomas looks back at the Second Section Regional contest at Bewdworth.
Martin Benson looks back at the Third Section Area contest at Bedworth.
Dave Tinker looks back at the Midlands Fourth Section Area contest in Bedworth.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at the 12 year tenure of Dr Robert Childs at Cory.
Welsh banding has its own very particular problems this weekend...
The Devil himself should enjoy this battle for supremacy in the Principality.
Getting inspiration from mountain views shouldn't pose a problem for these Welsh contenders...
The Welsh love a bit of fire and brimstone biblical story telling. This isn't it then...
The Olympics may be in London this year but all eyes will be on Cheltenham in Swansea...
There is quality and now quantity in the Fourth Section - so plenty of room to park an English chariot or two...
There is so much to enjoy about the banding scene in these parts that it's a pity they haven't had much to fly the flag about of late.
The Devil will seek two disciples in Darlington on the weekend...
Five intrepid musical mountaineers know they have come off pretty well this weekend as they seek their places at Cheltenham.
A great test piece deserves a great winning performance, so can any of these eight band's provide David Horsfield with it on the weekend?
Whoever claims the gold and silver medals on Philip Harper's test piece will head to Cheltenham.
Grass roots banding is taking hold in the North East and they have brought in an English Folk Song expert to sort them out...
The bands of the Southern Confederacy are starting to make more of a mark north as well as west of the Watford Gap...
There is one burning question to be answered in Stevenage on Sunday - and it's not whether Redbridge will win again...
Who will fly away to Cheltenham on the back of a qualifying performance on Betrand Moren's big blowing test piece?
A very stern test of character awaits the bands looking carry the cross of qualification to Cheltenham...
A well fitted pair of sandals and a snug jockstrap could by the Olympic equipment needed to make it to Cheltenham for these well matched contenders...
A big field and a great test piece should keep everyone happy in the Fourth Section.
4BR looks back at an engrossing weekend at Bradford, when it appeared the Devil himself stirred things up a bit...
4BR looks back at the Championship contest in Bradford, where Black Dyke gained a deeply satisfying victory for their MD.
4BR's Malcolm Wood looks back at the First Section contest which showed that Yorkshire has some impressive musical mountaineers...
4BR's Malcolm Wood looks back at the Second Section contest at Bradford, where the test piece proved to be a heavy cross to bear...
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at the Third Section contest at Bradford where an impressive Elland Silver took the Olympic qualification laurels.
4BR Editor Iwan Fox looks back at a cracking Fourth Section contest in Bradford, full of great playing and impressive upholstery work.
4BR images from two days of competition from the Riviera Centre in Torquay
West of England banding is on the up - and now its lead is coming from the top down...
Someone will have to find the devil from within if they are to claim the top prize on the Sabbath...
Plenty of good bands with plenty to try and emulate in the First Section.
A very special composer has left 16 bands with a very special piece of music to play this weekend if they are to reach Cheltenham.
A local lad has given the local bands an Olympic high bar to jump if they are to get the Cheltenham.
A massive field of 25 bands - but each of them knows they have a proud record to maintain if they get the nod for Cheltenham.
The price of banding may be rising faster than a gallon of 4 star, but the Midlands keeps topping up the tank...
Just two Devil qualification places up for grabs and plenty of contenders fancying their chances...
The Midlands may boast the highest football ground above sea level in the UK, but it's a bit short on towering mountain tops.
The smallest section of the weekend has perhaps the hardest test piece to overcome to get to the Finals..
The Midlands provides a field of 17 would be Olympians trying to reach Cheltenham this year.
A healthy line up of contenders all from the very heart of England shouldn't have a problem being inspired by this music then?
What will those proud Scots make of a very English test of character?
Scotland can boast one heck of a lot of Olympic champions, but can any of these bands go on and claim a medal at Cheltenham?
The Scots know a bit about religion, so who can be inspired by this particular Cross?
There are plenty of mountains in this part of the world, so it shouldn't be hard for these competitors to know what to make of these Mountain Views.
Which bands will master the the Devil and claim those priceless away day tickets to the Albert Hall?
A move to full independence, devo max or just an enlightened new way of doing things at the Scottish Championship?
Images from the action in the Championship Section at Bradford.
Images from the First Section action at Bradford
Images from the Third Section at St George's Hall in Bradford
Images from the Fourth Section contest at St George's Hall.
Images from the action as it unfolded at St George's Hall in Bradford.
Some things are changing in Blackpool - and some things are not...
The boys are Bach in town, as Leyland make a pact with the Devil to win in Blackpool...
Two very competitive bands will enjoy the trip to Cheltenham after enjoying a Blackpool mountain top view.
No Blackpool cross to bear for Mossley as they claim a second seaside title of the year.
The medal winners head to Cheltenham but the debate still raged about who was higher, stronger and faster in the Empress Ballroom...
The North West can boast four very good qualifiers for Cheltenham thanks to their understanding of what it takes to be good English folk...
4BR has unearthed a remarkable account of Meltham Mills at the peak of their powers - and enjoying the fruits of their labour at their annual dinner - in 1877.
Yorkshire does things its way... and it's hard to disagree that it doesn't work
A great contest is in prospect on Sunday - even if it could end late into the night before the champion is announced.
Not the toughest of mountain climbs awaits in Bradford, but a number of these challengers have already been in high altitude training...
A touch of delicate French cross dressing lies in store for 13 powerful contenders...
Which of these 12 bands will be inspired by the history of the Olympics to gain a place at Cheltenham?
There is an encouraging line up of 12 bands in the Fourth Section this year, but which one will be singing their English Folk songs in celebration on Saturday?
4BR images from the top section contest in Blackpool where bands tackle 'The Devil' head on...
4BR has been out and about with the camera at the Winter Gardens to catch the action as it unfolds...
Chris Thomas talks to composer Paul McGhee ahead of the launch of his ground breaking musical celebration of 20 years of Derwent Brass.
Numbers are up, but is the North West in need of a bit of trickle down success?
Foden's are unbeaten at the Winter Gardens since 2005. Has the time come for their reign to come to a diabolical end?
Nice mountain views but not many great peaks to conquer for the First Section bands wishing to get to Cheltenham.
At least two bands won't have a cross to bear on Sunday night...
A huge field of Olympic hopefuls line up will try and claim a place on the winner's rostrum on Sunday...
A massive line up of bands means that listeners will enjoy both quantity and quality on a great old test piece?
The new national body of Welsh banding has been officially launched with a high profile political endorsement in Cardiff.
Images of the presentations at the Welsh Open Championship in Porthcawl.
4BR has been capturing some of the images from the competing bands at the Welsh Open contest in Porthcawl.
The domestic Welsh contesting season opens by the seaside in Porthcawl on Saturday. 4BR looks to see who will make the biggest splash...
Malcolm Wood reports from Blackpool where the entertainment on offer from the best youth bands around certainly kept you warm...
Are the first signs of an audience recession in Norwegian banding starting to be felt?
A new era of Eikanger dominance has started to appear - freed by a desire for a holy grail...
No other conductor knows how to win a contest of two halves quite like Professor David King...
The Elite Division gains the headlines, but there was equally startling playing to be found in the First Division - especially with the podium finishers.
There was the first taste of National success for Askoy Brass in the Second Division.
There was plenty of great playing going on at the Peer Gynt Hall on the Nationals weekend.
There was plenty to see as well as hear at the Grieghallen in Bergen...
The top 10 bands in Norway battled it out for glory on their own choice selections in Bergen...
Some of the images from the Norwegian National Championship in Bergen.
From Moby Dick to Bach and the Brekker Brothers - the 4BR Daily Blog covers it all in Bergen...
The first major National Championship of the year takes place this weekend in Norway. 4BR will be there to find out who comes top in Bergen.
4BR will be in Bergen to listen to the very best bands in Norway battle it out to see who will represent them at the 2013 European Championships in Oslo.
4BR casts its eye over the 12 bands hoping to make the step up and join the Elite bands in Norway this weekend.
Another cracking contest in store in the Second Division with 13 well matched bands all hoping to gain another step up the Norwegian promotion ladder.
There is plenty to look forward to in the Third Division - especially as it may be so difficult to separate the bands out.
The foundation base of Norwegian banding continues to grow - thanks to a simple answer...
Another chapter in the history of Norwegian brass banding is being created on Friday morning...
Who has won what and when since the Norwegian Nationals started in 1979.
Iwan Fox looks forward to the tasty cross border skirmish on offer in Yeovil on the weekend.
Malcolm Wood looks forward to the entertainment of offer at the Action Medical Research Youth Entertainment Championship in Blackpool on the weekend.
Two faces of 21st century banding were on display at Butlins - but guess which one the BBC was interested in?
Despite a second successive Butlins title, the real litmus test for Flowers is still to come...
Eric Ball's test piece certainly proved to be a high peak in more ways than one at Butlins - although not for the winners.
The Frogs may have been written as a comedy in 405 BC, but it was no laughing matter in Skegness on the weekend.
A highly enjoyable contest was won by a highly enjoyable winning performance thanks to an MD with a big smile and deep pockets...
A well chosen test piece was the key to a impressive Fourth Section contest - and a fine winner.
There was plenty of brilliant youth inspired entertainment on show on the Sunday at Skegness - led by the brilliant Youth Brass 1000 & 2000 bands.
Images of the entertainment action from the Championship bands at Butlins on Sunday.
More images from Butlins on the weekend.
Images from the Butlins Mineworkers Championship.
There will be the usual mix of great music and great entertainment on offer at Butlins this weekend.
A mix of 16th century French colonial life and 21st century X Factor entertainment will decide the 2012 Butlins winner.
12 bands take to the stage on the weekend to balance their nautical exploits with their X Factor entertainment...
Who will reach the summit first on Eric Ball's mountainous test of musical character?
It's all going to be ancient herpetologically Greek in the Second Section - old frogs to you and me...
Who will be cracking open the champagne miniatures on Saturday evening?
There is more than just one season to enjoy at Butlins - despite the winter cold...
4BR looks forward to the two exciting youth competitions on the Sunday at Butlins.
The ballot boxes have been emptied and the votes counted - and the winners for 2011 are as follows. Thanks to everyone for taking the time (we had a huge response this year). Drum roll please...
The 4BR Headmaster has finished writing his 2011 end of year reports on the 20 top ranked pupils in the 4BR school...
4BR reveals the list of conductors and players who have made it into our 2011 Band of the Year.
There were a lot of brass band contests in 2011. 4BR provides the definitive list of the bands that took away the victors laurels all over the world.
Cheshire Constabulary Band
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Greenfield Whit Friday Contest
Venue: Greenfield, Saddleworth, Oldham. OL3 7DB
Regent Hall Concerts Sam Rapley Jazz Ensemble
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