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Best Music Schools in the U.S.

It’s time to turn your talent into your profession. The competition in musical fine arts careers can be fiercely competitive. When looking to your future in music, a school’s or conservatory’s reputation is one of the aspects employers will look at for screening concert seats and teaching positions.

This ranking was created to give you further insight into each schools’ affordability and value. We encourage you to take into account your own personal goals when choosing a school or conservatory. This ranking will be a guide to help you navigate an education in music.

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Rankings

EduRef.net rankings are based on affordability, academic quality, and student outcomes via the following information:

  • Average Net Price
  • Retention Rates
  • 4-year Graduation Rates

Each school considered for this ranking was given a score and a ranking based on the average net price, retention rate, and graduation rate. Scores were then combined to create an overall ranking and score with 100 being the highest score and a ranking of #1 as the highest possible ranking in each category and overall ranking.

All data was gathered from NCES.ed.gov and is accurate at the time of this writing (August 2019). All other information was gathered from school websites and other ranking sites such as EDsmart.org, US News & World Report and Niche.com.

Best Music Schools in the Nation

1. Northwestern University

Score: 100.0
Average Net Price: $24,047
Retention Rate: 98%
Graduation Rate: 94%

According to the U.S. News & World Report, Northwestern University is ranked 10th in the nation. It’s also considered to be the most selective in the nation with an acceptance rate of 8.4 percent. Most students that are admitted to the university have ACT scores that average anywhere from 32 to 35 on a 36 scale. SAT scores for accepted students average around 1420 to 1560 on a 1600 scale.

The school’s faculty consists of several Nobel Prize winners, MacArthur Genius Fellows, Rhodes Scholars and Pulitzer Prize winners.

As a private research university, the school offers several undergraduate studies in law, music, medicine, engineering, journalism, business and applied sciences. It’s known for its prestigious Bienen School of Music.

The school has produced several Academy Award, Emmy Award,and Tony Award Winning musicians, actors and directors. This makes it one of the most sought out music schools in the country.

With an A+ score on Niche.com, be sure to have those high ACT and SAT scores to increase your chances of getting accepted into this highly selective and prestigious university outside of Chicago, Illinois.

2. Vanderbilt University

Score: 99.8
Average Net Price: $19,959
Retention Rate: 97%
Graduation Rate: 92%

Founded in 1873, Vanderbilt University is a private research school in Nashville, Tennessee. According to the U.S. News & World Report, the school is ranked 14th in the nation. In fact, it’s ranked 60th in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities! ACT scores from selected students ranged from an incredible 33 to 35 while SAT scores ranged from 1450-1560.

Vanderbilt University is one of the most selective colleges in the United States. In 2019, their acceptance rate was at 6.9%! The university offers over 70 undergraduate majors, and they also allow students to create their own undergraduate major. The school also provides 6 graduate programs.

Vanderbilt is also ranked 20th as one of the best research institutes in the United States.

Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music is also considered one of the best music schools in the country. It has educated famous students such as: Amy Grant, Dierks Bentley, Dinah Shore, Julianne Hough and Tim McGraw.

3. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

Score: 98.8
Average Net Price: $14,860
Retention Rate: 97%
Graduation Rate: 91%

Founded in 1817, the University of Michigan is a public research university that’s located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Most often referred to as “Michigan”, the school the state’s oldest university.

In 2019, Michigan made the SCImago Institutionas Rankings as the 8th in the world for research. In fact, it’s considered one of the highest research schools in the nation and the world.

The school offers over 200 undergraduate degree programs and over 100 masters and doctoral degree programs.

The University of Michigan Music School offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in many fields of study such as: voice, composition, choral, piano, organ, conducting, strings, jazz, and musicology.

The music schools most notable alumni is Madonna!

4. Rice University

Score: 98.4
Average Net Price: $20,237
Retention Rate: 96%
Graduation Rate: 92%

William Marsh Rice University, typically known as Rice University, is located in Houston, Texas. It was founded in 1912.

The university accepts students into the school as a whole and not just by individual departments. Once the students are accepted and enrolled, they don’t have to declare a major of study right away. However, the U.S. News & World Report ranked Rice University as the most selective school in the nation. The ACT scores for selected students ranged from 33 to 35 while the SAT scores ranged from 1460 to 1550.

Rice University has over 360 degree programs for undergraduate and graduate students.

The university’s Shepherd School of Music is also highly selective for it’s choice of students. Approximately 10% are chosen to participate in the Shepherd School of Music. However, once accepted, the students enjoy classes that contain less than 30 students.

Over 400 concerts are provided each year at the Shepherd School of Music by the students and faculty. Several world-renowned classical musicians have performed at the Shepherd School of Music. Yo-Yo Ma is one of them!

5. University of Southern California

Score: 98.2
Average Net Price: $30,232
Retention Rate: 96%
Graduation Rate: 92%

Founded in 1880, the University of Southern California is a private research university. The U.S. News & World Report ranks the university at 22nd in the nation. The school is also considered one of the most selective schools in the country.

The USC Thornton School of Music is considered to be one of the most prestigious colleges in the United States. In fact, USC Thornton School of Music often attracts graduate students from other prestigious schools such as Juilliard and Rice University.

Interestingly enough, USC Thornton School of Music is one of the few colleges in the United States that offers specialty degrees in pre-classical music. Music students may also specialize in various forms of classical music, popular music and early music.

6. Johns Hopkins University

Score: 97.8
Average Net Price: $33,586
Retention Rate: 97%
Graduation Rate: 93%

Founded in 1876, the famous Johns Hopkins University is a private research university located in Baltimore, Maryland.

The U.S. News & World Report ranks the university as 10th in the nation. The acceptance rate is highly selective with an annual cost of around $60.000.00.

In 2019, Johns Hopkins University was ranked 5th in the world by SCImago Institutions Rankings! In fact, the school of medicine was ranked 3rd in the nation in 2017.

The university is most known for it’s school of medicine; however, the music program is also quite prestigious. For anyone to be accepted into Johns Hopkins University, it shows the high level of intelligence for that individual regardless of the degree of choice. Your SAT scores must be between 1460 to 1550 in order to be considered for admission into the university.

7. Carnegie Mellon University

Score: 97.2
Average Net Price: $31,102
Retention Rate: 96%
Graduation Rate: 89%

Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon University was originally founded in 1900 by Andrew Carnegie. It’s a private research university that’s ranked 25th in the nation by the U.S. News & World Report.

The Carnegie Mellon School of Music is considered one of the oldest fine arts colleges in the country. Musician students can major in composition, music theory, piano, voice, organ and much more.

The overall admissions rate is at 17%. Thus, this means that the school is very selective in admitting students. The average ACT scores for admitted students ranges from 31 to 34.

Many students of music desire to attend the Carnegie Mellon University for it’s high prestige and high quality of education.

8. University of Rochester

Score: 95.6
Average Net Price: $30,480
Retention Rate: 97%
Graduation Rate: 85%

Founded in 1850, the University of Rochester is located in Rochester, New York. The university offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

The University of Rochester was considered one of the 25 “New Ivies” in 2007. It’s ranked by the U.S. News & World Report at 33rd in the nation.

The acceptance rate for the university is at 29%. This is much more lenient than schools such as Vanderbilt, Rice and Johns Hopkins.

However, Rochester’s Eastman School of Music ranks first among all music colleges in the nation! This is, by far, the best music school in the United States. The music school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in fields of music such as composition, music theory, piano, organ, voice, jazz, choral and much more.

Keep in mind that the acceptance rate into Rochester’s Eastman School of Music is more strict than the university’s acceptance rate. Only 13% of aspiring music students are admitted into the Eastman School of Music. They are serious about finding talent and cultivating the talents in their students.

Many of the school’s composition students have continued to win several Grammy awards for their film compositions and various other musical compositions.

9. Brigham Young University

Score: 93.4
Average Net Price: $12,974
Retention Rate: 90%
Graduation Rate: 83%

Established in 1875, Brigham Young University is a private research university that’s located in Provo, Utah.

The university has a fairly high acceptance rate with 53%. The average ACT score for accepted students is 29 while the average SAT score for accepted students is 1300. The U.S. News & World Report has ranked the university as 66th among the other universities in the United States.

The BYU music department is home to the famous vocal and dance group, the Young Ambassadors. This group has been around for over 50 years and has toured in countries such as Iraq, Lebanon, India, Jordan and more. Many music students desire to join BYU simply to audition and be a part of the Young Ambassadors. BYU takes their fine arts department very seriously!

10. Boston University

Score: 93.0
Average Net Price: $37,065
Retention Rate: 93%
Graduation Rate: 87%

Founded in 1839, Boston University, otherwise known as BU, is a private research university that’s located in the historic Boston, Massachusetts. Many alumni and faculty members of BU have gone on to earn several Academy, Emmy and Tony Awards, Pulitzer Prizes, Nobel Peace Prizes, Rhodes Scholars, Marshall Scholars, Sloan Fellows and more!

The university is very selective with approximately 18% of students that are admitted every year. However, through 18 different schools and colleges, the university offers many undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

The Boston School of Music was established in 1872. It’s considered to be the oldest music school in the United States. The college’s music faculty consists are notable faces as well. Edwin Barker is a notable double bass player with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and teaches at the Boston School of Music.

The U.S. News & World Report ranks Boston University as 42nd in the nation.

11. Michigan State University

Score: 92.8
Average Net Price: $18,576
Retention Rate: 91%
Graduation Rate: 79%

Founded in 1855, Michigan State University is a public research university that’s located in East Lansing, Michigan. The U.S. News & World Report states that the university is considered to be more selective than many universities as the acceptance rate is at 70%.

The average ACT scores for newly admitted students ranges from 23 to 27. The average SAT scores for newly admitted students ranges from 1030 to 1260 respectively.

Interestingly, MSU has the 7th largest student enrollment in the United States! Ranked 85th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, the university offers many undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

The Fine Arts department is ranked 82nd in the nation. It’s a great music school for those that are wanting the prestige without the stress of getting accepted by the university.

12. Juilliard School

Score: 92.8
Average Net Price: $32,829
Retention Rate: 95%
Graduation Rate: 94%

Founded in 1905, the Juillard School is a performing arts conservatory that’s located in New York City, New York. It’s known worldwide as one of the best performing arts school. According to Niche.com, it’s rated 1st in the nation as the best performing arts college. No wonder it’s such a desired place to earn a music education!

The school is highly competitive with a 7% acceptance rate yearly. On average, 2,000 students apply for admissions every year and only around 150 students are accepted. You have to really showcase your gifts and talents in order to gain admissions into Juillard School.

The college offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in various forms of the performing arts. Music, drama and dance are among the most popular degrees of choice.

Yo-Yo Ma and Sarah Brightman are among the many notable musician students that studied at the Juilliard School.

13. Jacobs School of Music – Indiana University

Score: 92.6
Average Net Price: $14,351
Retention Rate: 91%
Graduation Rate: 77%

Founded in 1921, the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music is located in Bloomington, Indiana.

The acceptance rate for the Jacobs School of Music is 25% for undergraduate students and 30% for graduate students. They offer many undergraduate and graduate degrees of study such as: conducting, piano, vocal, composition, choral and much more. The only way to apply for the Jacobs School of Music is to audition in person or by recording.

Some of the most notable alumni of the school are: Joshua Bell, Sylvia McNair, and Martina Arroyo.

The publication, “Classical Singer” has ranked the Jacobs School of Music as the top ten vocal schools in the United States. In fact, the school is most known for its operatic programs and has trained highly successful opera singers.

If you’re searching for a school to study voice, IU Jacobs School of Music is worth considering.

14. University of Miami

Score: 92.6
Average Net Price: $29,184
Retention Rate: 91%
Graduation Rate: 83%

Founded in 1925, the University of Miami is a private research university located in Coral Gables, Florida. It offers hundreds of undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

In 2019, the university was ranked 53rd on the “America’s Best Colleges” list by the U.S. News & World Report. The Princeton Review also ranks the university as one of the best colleges in the Southeastern United States.

The school is quite selective with an acceptance rate of 27%.

The Frost School of Music has been ranked with having the second best jazz music program in the United States. The Master of Music program has also been ranked in the top 25 in the nation.

Maria Schneider and Matt Cornwell are among the many notable musical students at the Frost School of Music.

15. Southern Methodist University

Score: 91.4
Average Net Price: $32,190
Retention Rate: 91%
Graduation Rate: 80%

Founded in 1911, Southern Methodist University is a private Methodist research institution that’s located in University Park, Texas. It also has campuses in Plano, Texas and New Mexico.

Southern Methodist University is more selective with an acceptance rate of 49%. The average range of ACT scores among selected students is 29 to 33. The average range of SAT scores for selected students is 1280 to 1460.

The U.S. News & World Report ranked the university as 59th in the nation. However, the university is usually considered one of the top 5 schools in the state of Texas.

The Meadows School of the Arts was founded in 1917 and offers a variety of performing arts degrees for undergraduates and graduates alike. It’s a great school to obtain a wonderful music education!

16. New York University

Score: 91.4
Average Net Price: $40,336
Retention Rate: 93%
Graduation Rate: 84%

Established in 1831, New York University is a private research university that’s located in New York City. Popular alumni of this university include: astronauts, royalty leaders, heads of state, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, media personalities, inventors, scientists and more.

The school has several satellite campuses around the world.

Overall, the admissions rates for the school are highly selective with 30%. The average SAT score for newly admitted students is 1480.

The Center for World University Rankings has NYU listed as 20th in the world! The U.S. News & World Report has the school ranked as 30th in the nation.

NYU Tisch School of the Arts was established in 1965. Students can earn undergraduate and graduate degrees from a wide variety of fine arts, arts and performing arts. Some notable students from the Tisch School of the Arts are Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. Many of the school’s students have continued on to perform on Broadway, film and stage productions as well as produce music, movies and more.

17. Lawrence University

Score: 90.0
Average Net Price: $25,117
Retention Rate: 90%
Graduation Rate: 79%

Founded in 1847, Lawrence University is a liberal arts college and music conservatory that’s located in Appleton, Wisconsin. The U.S. News & World Report is consistently ranking Lawrence University as in the top tier of the best music colleges in the country.

The school offers Bachelors of Music and Bachelors of Arts degrees to its students. The school is special in that it allows the students to create their own course of study if they so wish.

In 2016, Niche.com named Lawrence University as the top private university in the state of Wisconsin. Students from nearly every state of the nation attend this rigorous and prestigious school of music and arts. It’s a great place to earn a degree in music!

18. Oberlin College

Score: 90.0
Average Net Price: $31,331
Retention Rate: 90%
Graduation Rate: 86%

Founded in 1833, Oberlin College is a conservatory of music and liberal arts college that’s located in Oberlin, Ohio.

It’s considered to be the oldest co-educational college in the United States. In fact, the Oberlin Conservatory of Music is the oldest conservatory of music in the United States! Many music students desire to attend this college every year.

The school offers over 50 majors and minors in the fields of music and liberal arts. Some of these degree programs include but are not limited to: music composition, voice, piano, choral, music theory, music education, and more.

The U.S. News & World Report ranked Oberlin College 30th in the nation for the best liberal arts colleges. The conservatory of music is very selective with an average of 1,400 students auditioning every year for a spot out of 120! Needless to say, if you become selected and admitted into Oberlin’s Conservatory of Music, it testifies to exactly how talented you are in the field of music!

19. Neumont College of Computer Science

Score: 89.6
Average Net Price: $25,375
Retention Rate: 79%
Graduation Rate: 56%

Founded in 2003, the Neumont College of Computer Science is a new college that’s located in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Niche.com gives the school a grade of C+. However, it has an amazing acceptance rate of 80%! The average SAT range for selected students is 980 to 1180.

The school doesn’t offer much in the way of music degrees and programs. Their main focus is currently on all forms of computer science and technology. However, the school does offer a degree program on video game programming. This high-rising field still requires music to be applied to every video game program that’s created. If you’re interested in music that applies to the video gaming world, then this may be a great option for you.

However, if you’re searching for a traditional music degree, then the Neumont College of Computer Science will not be your best choice.

20. Manhattan School of Music

Score: 88.2
Average Net Price: $47,116
Retention Rate: 95%
Graduation Rate: 84%

The Manhattan School of Music was founded in 1917 and has an overall acceptance rate of 46%. For such a prestigious school, that acceptance rate is not highly selective as other prestigious schools across the country.

Located in New York City, the school has a tremendous reputation for providing a high quality education and support for music. Here, students can earn undergraduate and graduate degrees in music. They provide programs of study in composition, instrumental, performance, voice, musical theater, and jazz performance.

According to Niche.com, the Manhattan School of Music is ranked 16th on the list of “Best Music Colleges in America”. It’s also given a letter grade of “B”.

Regardless, several celebrities and notable performers have studied at the Manhattan School of Music. It also has a world reputation for producing great musicians, performers and concerts. The school puts out a popular musical composition contest every year that attracts aspiring young composers from across the world.

If you’re searching to be a part of an amazing music school in the United States, then considering applying for the Manhattan School of Music. Every year, they produce graduates that go on to make great names for themselves in the field of music.

21. Loyola University in New Orleans

Score: 87.6
Average Net Price: $22,766
Retention Rate: 79%
Graduation Rate: 56%

Founded in 1886, Loyola University in New Orleans is a private Jesuit university that’s located in the historic city of New Orleans, Louisiana.

According to America’s Best Colleges, Loyola University in New Orleans is named as the 10th best university in the Southern colleges region.

Loyola University’s College of Music is the only Jesuit music college in the United States. Established in 1032, the college of music offers degrees in performing arts such as: vocal, piano, music industry, music theory, jazz performance, music education, ballet, dance, theater and more.

According to Niche.com, Loyola University in New Orleans has a higher acceptance rate of 69%. It gives the school a letter grade of a B+.

22. New England Conservatory of Music

Score: 87.0
Average Net Price: $37,507
Retention Rate: 91%
Graduation Rate: 80%

Founded in 1867, the New England Conservatory of Music is located in Boston, Massachusetts. It’s considered to be the oldest independent music college in the United States.

The school is best known of its studies of strings, woodwinds, piano and brass performances. Here, students can earn a Bachelors of Music, Masters of Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts.

Interestingly enough, it’s the only music college in the United States that’s stamped a a National Historical Landmark. With that being said, it’s a highly prestigious institution to earn a music degree from.

In order to get accepted into the school, you must participate in a highly competitive live audition. Several students that train and graduate from the New England Conservatory of Music perform as regulars in the Boston Symphony.

The New England Conservatory of Music is considered to be the 4th best music college in the nation according to the Best Music Colleges in America list.

It’s very selective with the acceptance rate of 33%.

23. Cleveland Institute of Music

Score: 86.8
Average Net Price: $35,603
Retention Rate: 93%
Graduation Rate: 51%

The Cleveland Institute of Music was founded in 1920, and is an independent, international conservatory of music that’s located in Cleveland, Ohio.

On the Best Colleges for Music in America, the Cleveland Institute of Music is ranked 11th in the nation.

According to Niche.com, the acceptance rate is fairly selective with 43%. The overall letter grade on Niche.com is “B+”.

Many students that graduate from the Cleveland Institute of Music continue their studies at prestigious schools such as the Eastman School of Music, Rice University and Juilliard School of Music.

24. Belmont University

Score: 86.4
Average Net Price: $34,819
Retention Rate: 84%
Graduation Rate: 70%

Founded in 1890, Belmont University is a Christian liberal arts school that’s located in Nashville, Tennessee. The school offers more than 90 undergraduate degrees and 25 graduate degrees.

The U.S. News & World Report has ranked the university 6th in the “Best Regional Universities – South”. The school has a fairly high acceptance rate of 81%! With that being said, it’s a great school to study music without the stress of ACT and SAT scores looming over you.

Belmont is noted for having the only AACSB International Music Business program in the world. Therefore, many people who are aspiring to work in the music industry flock to Belmont University! After all, what would you expect from a liberal arts university that’s located in the country music capital of the country?

25. Mannes College – The New School for Music

Score: 84.4
Average Net Price: $40,819
Retention Rate: 81%
Graduation Rate: 68%

The Mannes School of Music is a music conservatory that’s a part of The New School. Founded in 1916, the school is located in New York City, New York.

They offer a collegiate and preparatory education to students of all ages. In fact, many notable composers, musicians and performers graduated from the Mannes School of Music!

The Mannes School for music is very selective with an acceptance rate of 24%! For students that are accepted, they’ll receive a high quality musical education! The school specializes in music theory, performance and jazz standards.

26. California Institute of the Arts

Score: 83.8
Average Net Price: $46,101
Retention Rate: 89%
Graduation Rate: 67%

Founded in 1961, the California Institute of the Arts is a private art university in Los Angeles, California. They offer Bachelors of Fine Arts, Masters of Fine Arts and a Doctor of Fine Arts OR Doctor of Musical Arts.

Many students that desire to have a career in the music or acting industry attend the California Institute of the Arts. Students are provided with specific training in the career that they are desiring to have. To be considered for admissions, you must send the school an Artist’s Statement, portfolio and audition recording.

The school is ranked 4th for the Best Colleges for Film and Photography in America. The California Institute of the Arts is very selective with an acceptance rate of 24%.

27. San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Score: 83.6
Average Net Price: $37,289
Retention Rate: 85%
Graduation Rate: 69%

Founded in 1917, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music is located in San Francisco, California. The schools main focus is music education. If you’re seeking to earn a degree in music education and desire to teach music, then the San Francisco Conservatory of Music is a great school to consider.

According to Niche.com, the school has a fantastic letter grade of “A-“. It’s also listed as 7th for the Best Music Colleges in America. Their acceptance rate is selective with 44% of students that are admitted every year.

Many of the students go on to perform regularly in the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and several are Grammy Award Winning jazz musicians!

It’s a prestigious place to earn a music degree. Ranked at 4th in the nation for music colleges, you’ll want to consider giving this school a try.

28. Berklee College of Music

Score: 82.0
Average Net Price: $47,270
Retention Rate: 84%
Graduation Rate: 63%

Founded in 1945, Berklee College of Music is a private music college that’s located in the historic city of Boston, Massachusetts. It’s considered to be the largest college of music for contemporary music in the world! Many famous musicians and performers have attended the Berklee College of Music.

The school teaches students the basics on rock, hip hop, pop, jazz and other styles of music that’s popular in today’s world.

In order to get into the Berklee College of Music, you must have a great audition. That’s the main supporting basis for getting accepted into the school of music. You must show that you have talent. With that being said, the school is fairly selective with an acceptance rate of 53%.

According to Niche.com, Berklee College of Music is ranked 2nd on the list of “Best Colleges of Music in America”! It’s the real deal if you’re seriously searching for a great music school.

The school offers several undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the field of music.

29. Musicians Institute

Score: 81.6
Average Net Price: $36,765
Retention Rate: 70%
Graduation Rate: 46%

Founded in 1977, Musicians Institute is a for-profit college of music that’s located in Hollywood, California. Here, students can earn certificates, Associates Degrees and Bachelors Degrees in musical performance or musical composition.

The school is best known for its education in guitar, bass and audio engineering. It’s a great place to earn an education if you’re looking to start a career in the music industry. Many music producers, guitarists and band members have studied at the Musicians Institute. It’s reputation in the music industry field is top notch.

The publication, “International Students: Leading Institutions by the Institutional Type” ranked Musicians Institute as 13th in the nation out of 40 other schools. Guitarist Robert Walser vouched for Musicians Institute as one of the best schools for guitarists.

If you’re a passionate guitarist, then Musicians Institute is a great school to consider. Not many music colleges specialize in the guitar and guitar performance.

Musicians Institute has an overall acceptance rate of 80%. This is great news because the school is not very selective. It gives many aspiring musicians a higher chance of earning a higher education in the field of music.

The school ranked 202nd out for 1,592 on the list of, “Most Diverse Colleges in America”. According to Niche.com, it also has a letter grade of “B-“.

Even better? You don’t have to submit any ACT or SAT scores in order to be considered for admissions at Musicians Institute. You simply must audition in order to be considered for admission to the music school.

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