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Rami Vamos thinks about music all day long. His alarm clock plays music to wake him up. Then he teaches music to young children in a public school in Pelham, NY. Then he practices his guitar. Then he helps his children (who play the guitar and the violin) practice their instruments. After his children go to sleep, he practices his guitar and plays music that he wrote with his wife, Nurit Pacht. Nurit plays the violin. Before bed he writes musical shows for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. They are mostly about a musical character he invented named Wolfgang Amadeus Schmutzinberry. Schmutzinberry also loves music. After Rami goes to sleep, he dreams all night about music until his alarm clock plays him another song.
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