Dr Christopher Wiley

Research Interests

Musical Biography; Reception History; Historiography and Canonicity; Gender Studies; Literature and Music; Historical Musicology, esp. Western art-music of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries; Popular Music Studies; Music and the Moving Image, esp. Music for Television; Musical Theatre; Learning and Teaching in Higher Education; Ethel Smyth.

Biography

Christopher Wiley completed his BA(Hons) in Music at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford in 1998 and his MMus at the University of Surrey in 2000. His PhD dissertation, Re-writing Composers’ Lives: Critical Historiography and Musical Biography, undertaken at the University of London and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Board, provides a critical examination of musical biography through comparative studies of texts on several canonical composers.

Chris joined the University of Surrey in September 2013 as Senior Lecturer and Director of Learning & Teaching in the School of Arts. Prior to this position, he was Director of Undergraduate Studies (2009–13) and Director of the MA Programmes (2005–09) in the Department of Music at City University London. He has also taught at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the Open University, and Royal Holloway.

Chris is the author of articles published in the journals Music and Letters, Comparative Criticism, Biography, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and The Musical Quarterly, in addition to several book chapters. He has delivered papers on historical, critical, and educational topics at many international and interdisciplinary conferences, including the Keynote Address at the four-day Biennial Conference of Musicology hosted by the University of Arts, Belgrade in 2008.

Chris’s teaching crystallizes around Western art-music of the last three centuries, popular music studies, film and television music, critical musicology, music theory, and musical theatre, and he has acted as a supervisor at all levels from undergraduate dissertations to doctoral research. His continuing commitment to teaching of the highest quality has been widely recognized; he became a Distinguished Educator with Turning Technologies in 2012 (the first ever appointment from the arts and humanities) and was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2013.

Chris frequently provides information and expert comment to the media on various popular and classical music topics, and remains active as a performer on oboe and keyboard instruments. He is Publicity Officer for Retrospect Opera. In 2014, he completed the degree of MA in Academic Practice at City University London. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research Collaborations

The London and South-East England 21st-Century Music Practice Research Network (21 CMP)

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Engineering Education Practice and Development (ICEePAD)

University Assessment and Feedback Research Group

Teaching

Current: 

  • MUS1034 Topic Study 1B: Popular Music (case study: Adele and 25)
  • MUS3074 Musical Theatre
  • MUS2057 Nineteenth-Century Music
  • MUS3055/6/7 Dissertation A/B/C (supervisor)
  • MUS1031 Encountering Music History (contributor)
  • MUSM039/40 Performance A/B (contributor)
  • MUSM053 Screen Music Studies (contributor)

Past: 

  • MUS2046 Musicology A (convener, contributor)
  • MUS2047 Musicology B (supervisor)
  • MUSM056 Readings in Musicology A (contributor)
  • MUSM060 Dissertation (supervisor)
  • AMT1005 Context 1 (convener, contributor) 
  • CMT2001 Applied Music (guest-lecture)
  • CPDM009 Research Methods for Practice (guest-lecture)

Departmental Duties

  • Director of Learning & Teaching, School of Arts (2013-16)
  • Chair, Board of Examiners (all School of Arts taught programmes) (2013-16)
  • Chair, Music & Sound Recording Joint Board of Studies
  • Chair, School Learning & Teaching Forum (2013-16)
  • Senior Personal Tutor
  • School Executive Board (2013-16)
  • GSA Executive Group (2014-15)
  • Faculty Festival of Research Planning Group
  • Faculty Learning & Teaching Committee
  • Faculty Quality Curriculum Management Working Group
  • University Quality & Standards Subcommittee

Contact Me

E-mail:
Phone: 01483 68 6513

Find me on campus
Room: PA 40

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My office hours

Semester 2: 

Mondays 12-1pm (except for weeks 3, 7, and 9: Tuesdays 12-1pm) 

Fridays 5-6pm 

Please e-mail me or check the door of my office (PA40) for further details. 

Publications

Doctoral Dissertation 

  • ‘Re-writing Composers’ Lives: Critical Historiography and Musical Biography’, 2 Vols. (PhD diss., Royal Holloway, University of London, 2008). pp. vii, 396; ii, 203. Available online via Royal Holloway Research Online.

Articles in Refereed Journals 

  • ‘Tracing pedagogic frailty in arts and humanities education: An autoethnographic perspective’, Arts & Humanities in Higher Education (2017), pp. 1–24 (with Ian M. Kinchin). doi: 10.1177/1474022217698082. Available online via Sage Journals.
  • ‘Music and Literature: Ethel Smyth, Virginia Woolf, and “The First Woman to Write an Opera”’, The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 96, No. 2 (Summer 2013), pp. 1–33. doi: 10.1093/musqtl/gdt012. Available online via Oxford Journals and Surrey Research Insight.
  • ‘“When a Woman Speaks the Truth About Her Body”: Ethel Smyth, Virginia Woolf, and the Challenges of Lesbian Auto/biography’, Music and Letters, Vol. 85, No. 3 (August 2004), pp. 388–414. doi: 10.1093/ml/85.3.388. Available online via Project Muse, JSTOR, Oxford Journals, and Surrey Research Insight.
  • ‘“A Relic of an Age Still Capable of a Romantic Outlook”: Musical Biography and The Master Musicians Series, 1899–1906’, Comparative Criticism, Vol. 25, ‘The Lives of the Disciplines: Comparative Biography’ (November 2003), pp. 161–202. Available online via Surrey Research Insight.

Book Chapters 

  • ‘Musical Biography and the Myth of the Muse’, in Vesa Kurkela and Markus Mantere eds. Critical Music Historiography: Probing Canons, Ideologies and Institutions. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015, pp. 251–61.
  • ‘Mythological Motifs in the Biographical Accounts of Haydn’s Later Life’, in Richard Chesser and David Wyn Jones eds. The Land of Opportunity: Joseph Haydn in Britain. London: The British Library, 2013, pp. 195–211. Available online via Surrey Research Insight.
  • ‘Putting the Music Back into Michael Jackson Studies’, in Michael Jackson: Grasping the Spectacle (new essays ed. by Christopher R. Smit). Farnham: Ashgate, 2012, pp. 101–16. Available online via Surrey Research Insight.
  • ‘Theorizing Television Music as Serial Art: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Narratology of Thematic Score’, in Kendra Preston Leonard ed. Buffy, Ballads, and Bad Guys Who Sing: Music in the Worlds of Joss Whedon. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, 2011. pp. 29–73. Available online via City Research Online and Surrey Research Insight.

Conference Proceedings

  • ‘Biography and the New Musicology’, in Tatjana Marković and Vesna Mikić eds. (Auto)Biography as a Musicological Discourse. Beograd [Belgrade]: Fakultet Muzicke Umetnosti, 2010. pp. 3–27. Available online via Surrey Research Insight

Liner Notes and Score Prefaces 

  • The Boatswain’s Mate in the context of Smyth’s life and works’. Liner notes for Ethel Smyth, The Boatswain’s Mate (first modern recording). Retrospect Opera, 2016.
  • Preface for Study Score of Ethel Smyth, Variations on Bonny Sweet Robin (Ophelia’s Song). Munich: Musikproduktion Jürgen Höflich, 2015. Available online at <https://repertoire-explorer.musikmph.de/wp-content/uploads/vorworte_prefaces/1724.html> (in English and in German translation).

Dictionary Entries 

  • ‘Adrien Boieldieu’, ‘Charles-Simon Catel’, ‘Nicolas-Marie Dalayrac’,‘François-Joseph Gossec’, ‘Rodolphe Kreutzer’, ‘Etienne-Nicolas Méhul’, ‘Pierre-Alexandre Monsigny’, ‘Mourons pour la patrie (arr. Berlioz, 1848)’, and‘Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle’, in Pierre Citron, Cécile Reynaud, Jean-Pierre Bartoli, and Peter Bloom eds. Dictionnaire Berlioz. Paris: Fayard, 2003. Translated by Odile Demange.

Reviews

Selected Conference Papers and Invited Lectures 

  • ‘National Trends in Musical Biography’, delivered in the Music Research Colloquia series, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford, 16 June 2015.
  • ‘Myth-making and the Politics of Nationality in Narratives of J.S. Bach’s 1717 Contest with Louis Marchand’, delivered at ‘Musical Biography: National Ideology, Narrative Technique, and the Nature of Myth’, Institute of Musical Research, University of London, 10 April 2015.
  • ‘Life and Works: The Master Musicians Series (1899–1906) as Victorian Period-Piece’, delivered at ‘Music Literature, Historiography, and Aesthetics’, Institute of Musical Research, University of London, 18 July 2014.
  • ‘Music and (or?) Musical Biography’, delivered at ‘Words About Music’, Monash University Law Chambers, Melbourne, 12 April 2014.
  • ‘Dame Ethel Smyth (1858–1944): In Search of a Lesbian Identity in Music and Literature’, delivered at the Ethel Smyth Symposium, LGBT History Month 2014, University of Surrey, 19 February 2014 (plus concert).
  • ‘Ethel Smyth, Virginia Woolf, and “The First Woman to Write an Opera”’, delivered at the University of Surrey, 20 November 2013 (research seminar).
  • ‘Musical Biography and the Myth of the Muse’, delivered at Radical Music History Symposium 2011, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, 8–9 December 2011. 
  • ‘Putting the Music Back into Michael Jackson Studies’, delivered at Kingston University London, 16 February 2010 (invited colloquium). 
  • ‘Musical Biography and the Intervention of the Work-Concept’, delivered at the 2009 Joint Annual Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland and the Royal Musical Association, Royal Irish Academy of Music, Dublin, 9–12 July 2009.
  • ‘Late Victorian Appropriations in the Biographies of Handel, Haydn, and Mendelssohn’, delivered at ‘Purcell, Handel, Haydn, and Mendelssohn: Anniversary Reflections’, Royal Musical Association Conference, New College, Oxford, 27–29 March 2009.
  • ‘Mythological Motifs in the Biographical Accounts of Haydn’s Later Life’, delivered at ‘Joseph Haydn and the Business of Music’, The British Library Conference Centre, 14–15 March 2009.
  • ‘Biography and the New Musicology’, KEYNOTE, delivered at ‘(Auto)Biography as a Musicological Discourse’, The Ninth International Conference of The Departments of Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Faculty of Music, University of Arts, Belgrade, 19–22 April 2008.
  • ‘Gender and the Perpetuation of the Beethoven/Schubert Mythology’, delivered at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, University of Leeds, 28 November 2007.
  • ‘Mozart’s Requiem, Musical Biography, and the Great Last Work’, delivered at ‘Words and Notes in the Nineteenth Century’, Institute of Musical Research and Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2–3 July 2007.
  • ‘Biography, Historiography, and the Beethoven/Schubert Mythology’, delivered at the 2004 Joint Annual Meeting of the American Musicological Society and the Society for Music Theory, Seattle, WA, 11–14 November 2004.
  • ‘Biography, Historiography, and the Beethoven/Schubert Mythology’, delivered at the 13th Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music, University of Durham, 6–9 July 2004.
  • ‘Music and Literature: Ethel Smyth, Virginia Woolf, and “The First Woman to Write an Opera”’, delivered at the 14th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, ‘Back to Bloomsbury’, Institute of English Studies, London, 23–26 June 2004.
  • ‘“A Relic of an Age Still Capable of a Romantic Outlook”: The Master Musicians Series, 1899–1906’, delivered at ‘Music and Britain: A Social History Seminar’, Institute of Historical Research, London, 18 November 2002.
  • ‘“I Believe the Subtext Here is Rapidly Becoming Text”: Music, Gender, and Fantasy in Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, delivered at ‘Blood, Text, and Fears: Reading Around Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, University of East Anglia, 19–20 October 2002.
  • ‘“I Believe the Subtext Here is Rapidly Becoming Text”: Music, Gender, and Fantasy in Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, delivered at ‘The Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art’, University of Warwick, 11–12 May 2002.
  • ‘“When a Woman Speaks the Truth About Her Body”: Ethel Smyth, Virginia Woolf, and the Challenges of Lesbian Auto/biography’, delivered at Graduate Students’ Colloquia, University of Oxford, 22 January 2002.
  • ‘“When a Woman Speaks the Truth About Her Body”: Ethel Smyth, Virginia Woolf, and the Challenges of Lesbian Auto/biography’, delivered at the 37th Annual Conference of the Royal Musical Association, ‘The Theory and Practice of Musical Biography’, King’s College London, 19–21 October 2001.

Other Public Output

  • ‘Ethel Smyth’s (feminist?) opera, The Boatswain’s Mate’, talk for Guildford Hard of Hearing Support Group, 27 February 2017.
  • ‘Dame Ethel Smyth, Groundbreaking Composer, Writer, and Suffragette’, The Guildford Institute, Guildford, 18 January 2017.
  • Pre-performance talk on Puccini’s Madama Butterfly for Glyndebourne Tour 2016, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes, 9 November 2016 and Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, 30 November 2016.
    Pre-performance talk on Mozart’s Don Giovanni for Glyndebourne Tour 2016, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes, 8 November 2016.
  • ‘Ethel Smyth: Composer, Author, Suffragette, and Surrey Resident’, talk at Frimhurst Family House, Frimley Green (Ethel Smyth’s childhood home), 11 September 2016.
  • Pre-performance talk on Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail for Glyndebourne Tour 2015, Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, 1 December 2015. 
  • Pre-concert talk for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, G Live, Guildford, 15 May 2015 (host, with conductor Andrew Greenwood).
  • ‘The Composer Dame Ethel Smyth and her Deafness’, talk for Guildford Hard of Hearing Support Group, 26 January 2015.
  • Pre-concert talk for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, G Live, Guildford, 7 November 2014 (host, with conductor Eduardo Portal).
  • ‘Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd in Context’ (Sweeney Todd pre-screening talk), University of Surrey, 5 November 2014.
  • Pre-performance talk on Mozart’s La finta giardiniera for Glyndebourne Tour 2014, Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, 28 October 2014. 
  • ‘Music and the James Bond Phenomenon’ (Goldfinger pre-screening talk), University of Surrey, 23 October 2014.
  • Ethel Smyth Concert, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the composer’s death, Christ Church Woking, 8 May 2014 (oboe, organ, and host).
  • Concert at the Ethel Smyth Symposium, LGBT History Month 2014, University of Surrey, 19 February 2014 (oboe).
  • Pre-concert talk for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, G Live, Guildford, 23 October 2013 (host, with conductor Ivor Setterfield and soloist Alexander Sitkovetsky).
  • ‘Shout! Shout! Up With Your Song!’, public lecture delivered at The Women’s Library, London, 27 September 2011 (with Sandi Toksvig). 

Scholarship in the Media

Television and Radio

  • Live interview (2 hours, in studio) on Radio Woking, ‘Fiery Bird’ programme, 28 October 2016. Various subjects, including Ethel Smyth and The Boatswain’s Mate.
  • Interview (in studio) on Surrey and Hampshire’s Eagle Radio, 30 December 2014. Subject: the continuing popularity of ‘Let It Go’ from Disney’s Frozen.
  • Live interview on Monocle 24’s ‘The Briefing’ (global radio station), 14 June 2013. Subject: the copyright challenge to ‘Happy Birthday to You’.
  • Live interviews (in studio) on Hertfordshire’s Radio Verulam, 8 April, 13 May, 22 July, 29 July, and 30 September 2012, 6 January, 13 January, and 5 May 2013, and 28 December 2014. Various musical subjects, predominantly on topics of musical theatre and music in popular culture.
  • Live interview on BBC Three Counties Radio’s ‘The Other One Show’, 8 March 2011, as the featured ‘guru of the day’.
  • Interview on Leicester’s Demon FM, 17 December 2010. Subject: Michael Jackson’s posthumously released Michael album.
  • Live interviews (in studio) on the BBC News Channel, 26 June 2009 and BBC One (BBC Breakfast), 27 June 2009 (two interviews). Subject: Michael Jackson.
  • Interviews on LBC Radio (28 June 2009, live, plus podcast), BBC Radio Jersey (29 June 2009), Herts Mercury Radio (7 July 2009), and BBC Three Counties Radio (14 July 2009, live). Subject: Michael Jackson.
  • Interview on the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘Mr Haydn’s London Experience’, transmission date 26 May 2009, rebroadcast on Easter Day (4 April) 2010.
  • Live interview (in studio) on BBC Radio 4’s ‘You and Yours’ programme, 26 January 2007. Subject: Downloads and the UK Charts.

Press

 

PUBLICATIONS (EDUCATION)

Journal Articles 

  • ‘Tracing pedagogic frailty in arts and humanities education: An autoethnographic perspective’, Arts & Humanities in Higher Education (2017), pp. 1–24 (with Ian M. Kinchin). doi: 10.1177/1474022217698082. Available online via Sage Journals.
  • ‘Academic Leadership in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: A Personal Reflection on one Programme Director’s Professional Development’, Learning at City Journal, Vol. 4, No. 2 (October 2014), pp. 39–49. Available online via City Research Online.
  • ‘Divided by a Common Language? Evaluating Students’ Understanding of the Vocabulary of Assessment and Feedback at a Single UK Higher Education Institution’, The International Journal of Assessment and Evaluation, Vol. 20, No. 3 (May 2014), pp. 1–11. Available online via City Research Online.
  • ‘Report on Work from October 2011 to August 2012 as University Learning Development Associate for Assessment and Feedback’, Learning at City Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2 (October 2012), pp. 46–54. Available online via City Research Online.

Reports 

Invited Conference Papers and Seminars (International and Online) 

  • ‘Using Student Response Systems: Creative Applications, Advanced Features, and Tips for Getting Started’, delivered in the ‘Explore Innovation’ Turning Technologies Webinar Series, 28 September 2016.
  • ‘Standardized Module Evaluation for Teaching Excellence and Enhancement: Views of Students at a Single UK Higher Education Institution’, delivered at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2014, ‘The Past, Present, and Future of Educational Research in Europe’, University of Porto, Portugal, 3 September 2014.
  • ‘Using Electronic Voting Systems in the Arts and Humanities’, delivered at the Turning Technologies User Conference 2013, Trinity College Dublin, 4 November 2013.
  • ‘Increasing Instructional Interactivity with Turning Technologies Response Technology’, workshop delivered at the International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE) 2013, Minoa Palace Resort and Spa, Chania, Crete, 4–6 July 2013.
  • ‘Using Electronic Voting Systems in the Arts and Humanities’, delivered at the Turning Technologies User Conference 2013, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, 3 June 2013. Available online via YouTube.
  • ‘BYOD, Mobile Technologies, and Social Media for Learning’, delivered in the ELESIG Webinar Series 2013, 24 April 2013. Webcast available online.
  • ‘Divided by a Common Language? Evaluating Students’ Understanding of the Vocabulary of Assessment and Feedback at a Single UK Higher Education Institution’, delivered at the 19th International Conference on Learning, Institute of Education, London, 14–16 August 2012.
  • ‘Using Electronic Voting Systems in the Arts and Humanities’, delivered at the Turning Technologies User Conference 2012, Aarhus University, Denmark, 19 June 2012.

Invited Conference Papers (National) 

  • ‘Enhancing Student Engagement Through Electronic Voting Systems: Innovative Pedagogies and Creative Applications’, delivered at the Turning Technologies User Conference, Thistle City Barbican, London, 24 October 2016.
  • ‘Enhancing Student Engagement Through Electronic Voting Systems (EVS): Innovative Pedagogies and Creative Applications’, KEYNOTE, delivered at Transforming Technology Enhanced Learning (TTEL) 2016 Conference, University of Exeter, 17 June 2016. 
  • ‘How to... use Electronic Voting Systems creatively in Arts and Humanities teaching’, delivered at ‘Inspire – sharing great practice in Arts and Humanities teaching and learning’, Higher Education Academy (HEA) Conference, The Waterfront Hotel, Brighton, 3 March 2016.
  • ‘Enhancing Instructional Interactivity through Electronic Voting Systems: Advanced Features and Innovative Pedagogies’, delivered at ‘Going to the Polls: Teaching and Learning with TurningPoint’, University of Birmingham, 21 April 2015; delivered at ‘Clicker Technologies Learning Forum’, Southampton Solent University, 19 September 2014.
  • ‘Standardized Module Evaluation for Teaching Excellence and Enhancement: Views of Students and Staff at a Single UK Higher Education Institution’, delivered at the 17th Annual SEDA Conference, Aston Business School, Birmingham, 15–16 November 2012.
  • ‘The Personal Response System: A View From the Chalkface’, delivered at ‘Learning and Teaching: Moving On’, Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, 7 October 2009.

Learning & Teaching Workshop Presentations, Internal Conferences 

  • ‘Enhancing Student Engagement Through Electronic Voting Systems: Innovative Pedagogies and Creative Applications’, delivered at ‘Lunch and Learn’, University of York, 1 March 2017.
  • ‘Exploring the potential benefits of online discussion forums in enabling students to become agents of research-led teaching’, delivered at Surrey ExciTeS Symposium, University of Surrey, 4 January 2017 (student panel discussion, with Karen Taylor, Octavius Longcroft-Wheaton, Jadene Doak, and Kirsten Parry).
  • ‘Enhancing Student Engagement Through Electronic Voting Systems: Innovative Pedagogies and Creative Applications’, delivered at ‘Lunch and Learn’, University of Lancaster, 15 November 2016.
  • ‘How can we increase teaching quality without increasing teaching preparation time?’, delivered at Surrey ExciTeS Symposium, University of Surrey, 6 January 2016 (discussion forum, with Anna McNamara and Sean McNamara).
  • ‘Enhancing Instructional Interactivity through Electronic Voting Systems: Advanced Features and Innovative Pedagogies’, delivered at ‘Lunch and Learn’, University of Sussex, 9 September 2015.
  • ‘Module Evaluation Questionnaires: How can we use them to enhance teaching?’, delivered at Surrey ExciTeS Symposium, University of Surrey, 7 January 2015 (discussion forum).
  • ‘Standardized Module Evaluation for Teaching Excellence and Enhancement: Views of Students at City University London’, delivered at the Sixth Annual ‘Learning at City’ Conference, The Hatton, London, 4 June 2014.
  • ‘Enhancing Instructional Interactivity through Electronic Voting Systems: Advanced Features and Innovative Pedagogies’, delivered at the University of Durham, 3 April 2014; delivered at ‘Lunch and Learn’, University of Hull, 12 March 2014; delivered at the inaugural Surrey ExciTeS Symposium, University of Surrey, 8 January 2014.
  • ‘Divided by a Common Language? Evaluating Students’ Understanding of the Vocabulary of Assessment and Feedback at City University London’, delivered at the Fourth Annual ‘Learning at City’ Conference, City University London, 13 June 2012. Available online via YouTube
  • ‘Identifying Best Practices in Writing Handbooks for Postgraduate Research Degrees at City University London’, delivered at the Third Annual ‘Learning at City’ Conference, City University London, 23 June 2011.
  • ‘The Personal Response System: A View From the Chalkface’, delivered at the First Annual ‘Learning at City’ Conference, City University London, 4 June 2009.
  • Convener and Facilitator, Learning and Teaching Symposia, School of Arts, University of Surrey, 2014–16 (five one-day or half-day events to date). 

Other Public Output 

Press and Online

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