David Huron
Lecture Presentations

LECTURES (selected, non-conference)

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2007
________
"How music makes us feel: From Biology to Brahms"
Longwood University
Farmville, Virginia (2007 March 22)
________
"Communication of emotion in music."
Department of Psychology
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia (2007 March 21)
________
"The good, the bad, and the ugly: Some factors influencing vocal affect.
Cognitive Science Lunch Lecture
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia (2007 March 21)
________
"How music evokes emotions."
School of Music
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona (2007 February 9)
________
"The Wide Wild Wonderful World of Music Psychology!"
Psychology Club
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2007 January 29)
2006
________
"How music makes us feel: Lecture 4: Making Music Come Alive."
Sudler Hall
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut (2006 December 5)
________
"How music makes us feel: Lecture 3: Many Musical Worlds."
Sudler Hall
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut (2006 November 28)
________
"How music makes us feel: Lecture 2: Anticipation and Surprise."
Sudler Hall
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut (2006 November 14)
________
"How music makes us feel: Lecture 1: The Good, the Bad, and the Sublime."
Sudler Hall
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut (2006 November 7)
________
"The Sublime in Music: Edmund Burke Meets Physiological Psychology."
Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island (2006 November 6)
________
"Explaining Musical Organization."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 October 6)
________
"Perceptual Foundations of Voice-leading."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 October 5)
________
"Melody and Voice-leading."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 October 4)
________
"Consonance and Dissonance."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 October 3)
________
"Weeping, Shivers and Awe."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 October 2)
________
"Music and Laughter."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 September 30)
________
"Music and Expectation."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 September 29)
________
"Music and Language."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 September 28)
________
"Music and Evolution."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 September 27)
________
"Music and Mind: Motivating Questions in Music Cognition."
Escuela Nacional de Musica
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico City, Mexico (2006 September 26)
________
"Describing Music, Interpreting Music, Explaining Music"
Department of Music,
Ashland University
Ashland, Ohio (2006 April 9)
2005
________
"The explanatory goals of music analysis."
Music Theory Colloquium
School of Music
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana (2005 October 26)
________
"Describing music, interpreting music, explaining music."
Psychology Department
Uppsala University,
Uppsala, Sweden (2005 September 30)
________
"Sofia Dahl's Disputation: On the Beat, Human movement and timing in the production and perception of music."
Department of Speech, Music and Hearing
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH),
Stockholm, Sweden (2005 September 29)
________
"Musically-induced shivers, awe, and laughter: A physiological speculation."
Department of Speech, Music and Hearing
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH),
Stockholm, Sweden (2005 September 28)
________
"Describing music, interpreting music, explaining music."
Music Department
Sheffield University,
Sheffield, England (2005 September 26)
________
"Describing music, interpreting music, explaining music."
Music Department
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Amherst, Massachusetts (2005 September 23)
________
"The mental representation of sound: A neural Darwinist perspective."
Hearing Seminar, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2005 August 25)
________
"The explanatory goals of music analysis."
Music Department
Columbia University
New York, New York (2005 April 12)
________
"The explanatory goals of music analysis."
School of Music
Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois (2005 April 6)
________
"A five-component theory of expectation."
Center for Cognitive Science
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2005 March 11)
________
"Densmore Project update."
Ethnomusicology Laboratory
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2005 January 20)
2004
________
"Generating laughter without jokes: Lessons from auditory expectation."
Media Lab Europe
Dublin, Ireland (2004 October 26)
________
"Auditory-evoked laughter: The role of expectation."
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2004 July 1)
________ & Ollen, Joy
"Rhythmic smilarity in speech and music: Agogic contrast in French and English music."
Center for Cognitive Science
Ohio State University,
Columbus, Ohio (2004 June 11)
2003
________
"Is Music an Evolutionary Adaptation?"
Music Department
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut (2003 November 19)
________
"Making Music -- Making a Living."
School of Music
Florida State University
Tallahasse, Florida (2003 October 3)
________
"The Explanatory Goals of Music Analysis."
School of Music
Florida State University
Tallahasse, Florida (2003 October 3)
________
"Cognitive Foundations of Schenker's Musical Intuitions."
School of Music
Florida State University
Tallahasse, Florida (2003 October 2)
________
"How Music Evokes Human Emotions."
School of Music
Florida State University
Tallahasse, Florida (2003 October 2)
________
"The Explanatory Goals of Musicology."
Music, Mind, Machine Symposium
University of Nijmegen
Nijmegen, Netherlands (2003 September 8)
________
"How Music Evokes Human Emotions."
Iceland Academy of the Arts (Listaháskóli Íslands)
Reykjavik, Iceland (2003 September 5)
________
"Human Nature and the Craft of Sonic Design."
Department of Psychology
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2003 May 21)
________
"Music, Technology and Cognition."
Communication, Culture and Information Technology Program
University of Toronto, Mississauga
Mississauga, Canada (2003 April 7)
________
"Sweet Anticipation: Music and the Science of Expectation."
Center for New Music and Technology
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (2003 March 18)
________
"Music Analysis Using Humdrum."
Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2003 March 6)
________
"A Theory of Music and Emotion."
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2003 March 5)
________
"The Explanatory Goals of Music Analysis."
School of Music
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, Canada (2003 March 3)
________
"The Explanatory Goals of Music Analysis."
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2003 February 19)
________
"Sweet Anticipation: Music and the Science of Expectation. LECTURE 2: The Psychology of Musical Expectation."
Music Department
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California (2003 February 7)
________
"Sweet Anticipation: Music and the Science of Expectation. LECTURE 1: The Cognitive Science of Expectation."
Music Department
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California (2003 February 5)
"How music evokes emotion."
Department of Ethnomusicology
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California (2003 February 4)
________
"A cognitive account of two musical revolutions."
Hearing Seminar, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2003 January 23)
2002
________ & Aarden, B.
"The growth of sonic design."
Department of Industrial, Interior and Visual Communication Design, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2002 December 4)
"Music and emotion."
Department of Psychology, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2002 November 26)
"Musical expectation: An overview of the research."
School of Music, Lectures in Musicology, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2002 April 29)
"Is music an evolutionary adaptation?"
Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2002 March 7)
"Music information processing using Humdrum."
Open Source Club
Department of Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2002 February 7)
2001
"How music evokes emotion."
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio (2001 October 12)
"The Densmore Project: A web-based Native American resource."
American Indian Studies Research Institute & Archives of Traditional Music
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana (2001 September 14)
"A survey introduction to music cognition."
Music Department
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2001 September 7)
"Auditory and musical expectation."
Hearing Seminar, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University
Stanford, California (2001 August 16)
"Software-tools approach in music information processing."
Department of Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2001 May 31)
"A psychology of musical timbre."
MusicCog/2001, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2001 May 19)
"Music and emotion."
Peabody Institute
Baltimore, Maryland (2001 Apr. 12)
"Statistics and musical data mining."
Department of Bio-Statistics, Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland (2001 Apr. 11)
"Music and emotion."
Santa Clara University
Santa Clara, California (2001 Feb. 16)
2000
"A cognitive anthropology for music: Reconnecting music cognition and ethnomusicology."
University of California, San Diego
San Diego, California (2000 Nov. 21)
"How music evokes human emotions."
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Pomona, California (2000 Nov. 20)
"Spatial information and musical culture: Mapping musical features."
Center for Mapping, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2000 Oct. 17)
"An introduction to cognitive musicology."
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (2000 Sept. 12)
"Music cognition and the Internet"
Harmonic Vision, Inc.
Chicago, Illinois (2000 March 4)
"Music and the brain"
School of Music, DePaul University
Chicago, Illinois (2000 March 3)
"Valentine's Day Special: Music and emotion"
Graduate theory students seminar
School of Music, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (2000 Feb. 14)
"Cognitive foundations of voice-leading"
Eastman School of Music
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York (2000 Jan. 21)
1999
"A cognitive anthropology for music."
The Ernest Bloch Lectures
Music Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 Dec. 3)
"Humanities research and the quantitative quandary."
Statistics Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 Nov. 30)
"Is music an evolutionary adaptation?"
Music Department, Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island (1999 Nov. 17)
"An introduction to cognitive musicology."
Music Department, Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts (1999 Nov. 15)
"A theory of music and affect."
The Ernest Bloch Lectures
Music Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 Oct. 29)
"Why is timbre so difficult to study?"
Hearing Seminar, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University
Stanford, California (1999 October 26)
"What is a musical feature?."
The Ernest Bloch Lectures
Music Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 Oct. 22)
"Is music an evolutionary adaptation."
Cognitive Psychology Seminar, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 October 15)
"Empiricism and Postmodernism."
The Ernest Bloch Lectures
Music Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 Oct. 8)
"Is music an evolutionary adaptation."
The Ernest Bloch Lectures
Music Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 Sept. 24)
"Music and mind."
The Ernest Bloch Lectures
Music Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1999 Sept. 13)
"Cognitive musicology."
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1999 Sept. 13)
"Music and emotion: A review of the research."
MusicCog/98, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1999 May 15)
"The Humdrum Toolkit: Unix-based tools for music research."
Media Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts (1999 March 18)
"An introduction to research on music and emotion."
Music Department
University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, California (1999 Feb. 12)
1998
"A theory of auditory dissonance: or Why simple sounds can sound ugly."
CogFest, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1998 Nov. 30)
"Reconstructing musical origins: Perception, cognition and history."
MusicCog/98, Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1998 May 1)
"An instinct for music: Is music-making an evolutionary adaptation?"
Distinguished Lecture, Music Department
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California (1998 March 6)
"An instinct for music: Is music-making an evolutionary adaptation?"
Center for New Music and Audio Technology
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1998 March 5)
"An introduction to Humdrum."
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1998 February 29)
"The perceptual and cognitive origins of Western voice-leading."
Department of Ethnomusicology
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California (1998 February 27)
"An instinct for music: Is music-making an evolutionary adaptation?"
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1998 January 29)
1997
"On the evolutionary origins of sensory dissonance."
Psychology Department, Scarboro College
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada (1997 October 28)
"On the evolutionary origins of sensory dissonance."
Psychology Department
McMaster University
Hamilton, Canada (1997 October 17)
"The Humdrum Toolkit: Software tools for music research."
School of Music
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1997 May 2)
"The perceptual foundations of Western voice-leading."
School of Music
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1997 March 10)
"On the evolutionary origins of sensory dissonance."
Ear Club, Psychology Department
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1997 February 3)
"A possible evolutionary origin for sensory dissonance."
CCRMA Hearing Seminar
Stanford University
Stanford, California (1997 January 23)
"Sound, music and emotion: A tutorial survey of research."
Interval Research Corporation
Stanford, California (1997 January 17)
"Arousal, attention, and anxiety: Some fundamentals of listener physiology."
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics Graduate Colloquium, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1997 January 15)
1996
"Sound, music and emotion: A tutorial survey of research."
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1996 October 10)
"On the evolutionary origins of sensory dissonance."
Perception and Cognition Seminar, Psychology Department
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1996 May 16)
1995
Collins, D. & ________
"Voice-leading in cantus firmus-based canonic composition: A comparison between theory and practice."
Music Department, University of Victoria
Victoria, Canada (1995 October 19)
"What is melodic accent?"
Faculty-Fellows Colloquium
Conrad Grebel College
Waterloo, Canada (1995 October 13)
"What is melodic accent?"
Perception and Cognition Seminar, Psychology Department
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1995 September 26)
"Philosophy of science for practising scientists who feel guilty about how little they know about philosophy of science."
Psychology Department
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1995 June 1)
"The measurement of musical similarity."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 25)
"Chordal-tone doubling and the enhancement of key perception."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 24)
"Interval-class content in equally-tempered pitch-class sets."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 23)
"Absolute pitch as a learned phenomenon."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 22)
"Melodic arches in Western folksong."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 19)
"Problems with the application of set-theoretic analysis to tonal music."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 18)
"Musical dynamics and the maintenance of auditory attention."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 17)
"Deciphering Ugaritic cuneiform notations."
Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1995 May 16)
"Humdrum: Hands-on tutorial with Unix tools for musical analysis."
Music Department
Stanford University
Stanford, California (1995 February 24)
"Music theory and music cognition: Some experimental highlights."
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1995 February 23)
"Problems with applying set theory to the analysis of tonal music."
Faculty of Music, University of Western Ontario
London, Canada (1995 January 31)
"Music research using the Humdrum Toolkit."
Music Department, York University
Toronto, Canada (1995 January 26)
1994
"The Humdrum Toolkit."
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Composition Seminar, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1994 December 7)
"The Humdrum Toolkit."
Center for Music Research, School of Music, Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida (1994 November 7)
Hewlett, W., Selfridge-Field, E., & ________ "An overview of computer-assisted musicology."
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1994 October 31)
"The perceptual foundations of Western part-writing."
Invited lecture, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics,
Music Department, Stanford University
Stanford, California (1994 October 27)
"Consonance and dissonance."
Invited lecture, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Music Department,
Stanford University
Stanford, California (1994 October 14)
"An Introduction to Psychomusicology."
Invited lecture, Vers une compréhension scientifique du phénomène musical.
Faculté de musique, Université de Montréal
Montréal, Québec (1994 April 7)
"The perceptual foundations of Western voice-leading."
Invited lecture, School of Music, University of British Columbia,
Vancouver, Canada (1994 March 4)
"Software tools for music information processing."
Invited lecture, School of Library and Information Science, University of Western Ontario
London, Canada (1994 February 11)
"Consonance and dissonance."
Perception and Cognition Graduate Seminar, Psychology Department, University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1994 January 14)
1993
"Scales, tonics, and sensory dissonance."
Invited lecture, Department of Psychology, Queen's University
Kingston, Canada (1993 November 3)
"The perceptual foundations of Western part-writing."
Invited lecture, Department of Psychology, Queen's University
Kingston, Canada (1993 November 3)
"The perceptual foundations of Western voice-leading."
Invited lecture, Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1993 May 25)
"Melodic line and melodic motion: Evidence of Fitts' law in musical organization."
Invited lecture, Department of Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, Canada (1993 April 21)
"The perceptual foundations of Western voice-leading."
Invited lecture, School of Music, University of Washington
Seattle, Washington (1993 April 19)
"Some methodological issues in systematic musicology."
Invited lecture, School of Music, University of Washington
Seattle, Washington (1993 April 19)
1992
"The perceptual foundations of Western voice-leading."
Invited lecture, Psychology Department, York University
Toronto, Canada (1992 November 17)
"The perceptual foundations of voice-leading"
Invited lecture, Music Department, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California (1992 November 9)
"The aesthetics of computer music: A case study for a theory of technology."
Invited public lecture, Institute for Computer Research, University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1992 January 27)
1991
"Computer based methods in music analysis."
Invited lecture, Faculty of Music, University of Western Ontario
London, Canada (1991 October 21)
"Aspects of music perception."
Invited lecture, Cognitive Research Group, University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1991 October 10)
1990
"Auditory scene analysis and the study of musical organization."
Invited lecture, Vision & Image Processing Group, Davis Computer Research Center,
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1990 March 28)
1989
"Psychophysical and gestalt approaches in music performance and perception." (with Dr. C. MacKenzie)
Invited lecture, Psychology Department, McMaster University
Hamilton, Canada (1989 October 18)
"The perceptual organisation of polyphonic music."
Invited lecture, Graduate Music Society, Faculty of Music, Oxford University
Oxford, England (1989 May 9)
"Perceptual conditioners of composition."
Keynote speaker, Music Perception Symposium, School of Music, University of Nottingham
Nottingham, England (1989 May 5)
"Perceptual constraints in the organisation of music."
Invited lecture, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex
Brighton, England (1989 March 7)
"Musical organisation and auditory attention."
Invited lecture, Medical Research Council, Institute of Hearing Research
Nottingham, England (1989 February 20)
"Recent discoveries in Music Perception"
Music Department, Conrad Grebel College
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1989 February 9)
"Characterising musical textures: Evidence of a preferred textural density in J.S. Bach's
polyphony." Guest lecture, Faculty of Music, McGill University
Montréal, Québec (1989 February 6)
1988
"The perception of polyphonic music."
Invited lecture, Music School, Cambridge University
Cambridge, England (1988 December 6)
"On the ontology of sound."
Invited lecture, School of Music, University of Nottingham,
Nottingham, England (1988 May 16)
"A model for the analysis of musical texture."
Invited speaker, Theory & Analysis Symposium, Music School, Cambridge University
Cambridge, England (1988 May 7)
"Music as perceived."
Invited lecture, Music Department, Huddersfield Polytechnic
Huddersfield, England (1988 April 26)
"Characterising musical textures."
Invited lecture, Physics Department, University College
Cardiff, Wales (1988 February 25)
1987
"Auditory streaming and computer-aided analysis of tonal music."
Invited speaker, Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique (IRCAM),
Centre Georges Pompidou
Paris, France (1987 November 27)
Guest of the Institut, 1987 November 25-29
"The perception of musical texture: Points of agreement in musical practice and empirical auditory theory." Invited lecture, Psychology Department, University of Manchester
Manchester, England (1987 November 10)
"Auditory theory and musical practice."
Invited lecture, Music Department, University of Durham
Durham, England (1987 April 27)
"Perceptual tools in music analysis: opportunities and limitations of auditory theory"
School of Music, University of Nottingham,
Nottingham, England (1987 January 12)
1986
"Cultural policy in Canada"
Conrad Grebel College Community Dinner
Waterloo, Canada (1986 July 9)
1984
"Music in the flesh; an anatomy of musical performance"
Conrad Grebel College Community Dinner
Waterloo, Canada (1984 October 26)
"Applications of computers to musical problems."
Invited Lecturer, 3-day intensive course. Departamento de Assuntos Culturais,
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Florianópolis, Brazil (1984 April 9-11)
"Some remarks on `Proper Nouns/Perfect Verbs'."
Music Department, Center for Arts and Letters, Universidade do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO),
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1984 April 19)
1983
"History and critique of the idea of musical progress."
Faculty/Fellows Colloquium
Conrad Grebel College
Waterloo, Canada (1983 March 3)
"Computers in the musical mosaic."
Invited lecture, Faculty of Music, Queen's University
Kingston, Canada (1983 February 7)
"A new theory of music based on auditory streaming."
Invited lecture, Faculty of Music, Queen's University
Kingston, Canada (1983 February 7)
1981
"Intellectual Property in the Software World."
Invited speaker, Arts Computing Facility
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1981 November 30)
1980
"Computer music: what it means to computer science."
Invited speaker, UW Computer Science Club
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1980 June 26)
"Motivation and self-discipline."
Session leader; First Spring Symposium: Learning about Learning.
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Canada (1980 March 29)
1979
"The `pinning' of computer music."
Computer Systems Research Group, University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada (1979 November 13)
"Composer imagery in computer music."
Guest lecture, Music Department
University of Calgary
Calgary, Canada (1979 October 12)
"A review of computational musicology."
Guest lecture, Music Department, University of Calgary
Calgary, Canada (1979 October 11)
"Independent study in a university setting."
Invited speaker to Trent University's Long-range Planning Committee
Peterborough, Canada (1979 March 14)

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